How does it work?

Liquid Guard® is applied to surfaces by wiping, spraying or ‘fogging’ – creating a mist which coats surfaces in large areas.

Micro Surface Solutions NZ offers a full range of application options. These include application via spray and/or fogging of larger environments, such as entire business premises and public spaces, by our specialist team. We can also provide wipes and sprays for customers to self-treat smaller areas.

Fogging is a superior surface treatment method which eliminates all pathogens, even ones that cannot be reached by conventional cleaning. he process works by filling a space with a fine mist of Liquid Guard®, which settles on all surfaces. 

Liquid Guard® then continues to kill any surface contamination for up to four years (unlike other fogging treatments available in New Zealand which need to be reapplied every 30 days). The coating cannot be washed or cleaned off and will continuously protect the surface, as well as any person who comes into contact with it. Fogging is a long established and recognised method of treating and protecting entire surface areas, including walls, ceilings, furnishings, carpets and floors. 

Liquid Guard® is designed to be applied to a wide variety of surfaces, from door handles to entire hospitals. Talk to us about applications in large commercial settings.

Certified to protect

Liquid Guard® is certified to eliminate many different organisms including:

  • TGEV Coronavirus* (model virus for SARS-CoV)
  • Influenza A
  • E Coli
  • Clostridium
  • Salmonella
  • Haemophilus
  • Pseudomonas
  • Aspergillus
  • Listeria
  • Strep Mutans
  • Tuberculosis
  • Candida Albicans

To date, testing has not discovered any microbe that Liquid Guard® does not defeat.

*New Zealand consultant microbiologist Dr. Arthur Morris is satisfied with Liquid Guard’s ability to kill Covid-19, issuing this statement:

“Liquid Guard is certified to kill TGEV-Coronavirus. This is the model virus used for the coronavirus family, which includes SARS-CoV-2, the cause of Covid-19, in disinfection testing.”

Dr. Arthur Morris, New Zealand Clinical Microbiologist