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HOW DOES ProShield® 5000D WORK?

ProShield® 5000D is a unique positively charged polymer network that chemically bonds to the treated surfaces. In addition to the electrical charged surface, the product produces an enormous amount of quaternary amine swords that puncture bacterial cell membranes to eliminate any possibility of continued bacterial growth. The cured surface is totally safe, non toxic, non-leaching and harmless to all human and animal contact and will last up to 90 days.

  • 90 Day Protection
  • Safe / Non-Toxic
  • Environmentally Conscious
  • EPA Registered


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ProShield 5000 – 5 Gallons     $758.00


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ProShield 5000 - Providing Long-Lasting Antimicrobial Protection to Textiles & Fabrics

Germ Free Zone® Biostatic fabric and textile protection powered by ProShield 5000 D.  The next generation of nanotechnology to protect against contamination and textile damage, because you may not be the only one taking up residence in your towels, blankets and other fabrics.

On a microscopic level, bacteria other microorganisms can cause potentially harmful microbial contamination as well as odor and stain causing issues on fabrics and textiles. Find peace peace-of-mind with the powerful, safe antimicrobial treatment that leaves laundry safeguarded against harmful bacteria.

According to World Health Organization, infection is the #1 cause of death worldwide and the #3 cause of death in the United States. Twenty-five years ago 90% of infections could be controlled by antibiotics. Today that number is less than 50%. US News and World Report says $50 billion or more is spent each year by US business due to absenteeism. Today’s chemicals, disinfectants, and sterilants are causing microorganisms to mutate creating “superbugs”. Mold is now considered a greater threat than asbestos and is far more prevalent. The CDC tells us that 80% of infection is passed by human hands.


Commercial Laundry Application
Run a complete wash cycle, including final rinse and extraction. Start a new cycle and fill the machine with hot water (120ºF). Add 6% on weight of goods (6 pounds ProShield® 5000D to 100 pounds of laundry).  Run for 20 minutes at 120ºF to exhaust the ProShield® 5000D. Drop the bath without rinsing, extract, unload goods and dry as usual.

Residential Laundry Application
Run the normal complete wash cycle, including final rinse and extraction. Do not remove the fabric to be treated from the washer. Start a new cycle and fill the machine with hot water (120ºF). This temperature is very important to the efficacy of the application. Since most washers fill hot at less than 120ºF, it is necessary to do one of two things.  Either 1). boil  a pot of water and add it to the wash water to raise the temperature above 120ºF or 2). turn both the thermostats on hot water heater to their maximum settings. Give the water time to heat, then fill the washer with water at the highest temperature setting. Add 10 ounces of ProShield® 5000D. Drop to the wash water (for full load of fabric). Run for 20 minutes at 120ºF to exhaust the ProShield® 5000D. Drop the wash water without rinsing, spin dry, unload fabric and dry as usual. This fabric treatment should be effective for the life of the garment. Don’t forget to reset the hot water heater thermostat to its original settings.

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Not only can you clean like an expert with Rotunda’s offering of professional grade products – but you can utilize our experience and seek council from Rotunda’s trained staff to ensure you’re cleaning with the best solutions and practices.

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