The Impressive Power of DHP®

A unique molecule designed to fight viruses, bacteria, mold, and odors

The Breakdown:
DHP ® & Microbes

Our Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) molecule is structured similarly to a water molecule. The vulnerable structures on microbes, like viruses, bacteria, and mold, attract DHP like water. Once found, DHP attacks the vulnerable prongs on the outside of the virus, for example, and denatures them. 

Then, DHP creates rifts in the spherical body of the virus and causes it to rupture. Boom. No more microbe. Just loads of DHP, continuing the cycle and turning back into water after the pathogen bursts—only to be replaced with more DHP from Synexistargeting the next microbe before you even know it’s there.