The Science Behind the Products
In 2005, the inventor developed the concept of making environmentally sound cleaning, odor abatement, mold/bacteria control, and agricultural products using the same sophisticated scientific methods that are used in creating vaccines. He began by extracting specific enzymes from selected microorganisms and then devised a method to effectively preserve them. He then combined the preserved enzymes with other natural (plant extracts) ingredients to make an extremely safe and effective formula to accomplish the desired objectives.
He created a method for germ and mold control that uses the bacteria and mold’s own regulation systems to break down organism populations, thus reducing the incidence of infection or spoilage caused by microorganisms. He credits his research at Iowa State University in plant science and food/environmental safety as the catalyst for this new technology.
How it works:
In this patented invention(s), seen here and here, his first step was to select very specific microorganisms. Through a proprietary process, the enzymes, important protein catalysts that effect cell growth, are then harvested. Next, those specific enzymes are concentrated into solutions that break down unwanted colonies of the same organism when introduced into a target environment. This concept has proven successful in a number of products designed for mold and bacteria applications, various cleaning markets, malodor elimination, and greenhouse gas emissions reduction.