DuroKleen Long Term Surface Disinfectant

 DuroKleen Long Term Surface Disinfectant is a widely improved product that provides longer lasting protection from all types of microbes up to 90 days. DuroKleen is free from the presence of toxic chemicals and can be safely applied onto any hard and soft surfaces. The surfaces will not be damaged by the use of DuroKleen while getting a long lasting, safer environment from the threat of harmful microbes like bacteria, viruses, funguses, mild and mildews. DuroKleen is odourless in nature and does not release any toxic fumes as it does not contain alcohol, formaldehyde, chlorine or ammonia. Being a water-based formulation, DuroKleen is not volatile and is non-flammable. It can be safely used on furniture, fabrics, other hard surfaces like glass, brick, metals etc.


DuroKleen is safe to use in any premises on any surfaces providing a tension free environment free of microbes. DuroKleen has the unique ability to protect furniture, clothes, floors and even electronic devices. The water-based formulation of DuroKleen does not pose any threat to the surfaces.

Available Sizes: 750ml, 1L, 5L


  • FOR SURFACE PROTECTION: Clean and prepare the surface to be treated, removing any noticeable spills or debris. Shake container and then spray the area to be protected, ensuring complete surface coverage. Using a cloth, wipe the solution over the entire area and allow to dry for surface protection.
  • FOR SOFT SURFACES: Spray directly onto the affected area, allow to dry for surface protection. If concerned with colour fastness, test on a small area before use.
  • WASHING MACHINE: Add DuroKleen to your rinse cycle – 60ml for small loads, 90ml for medium and 120ml for large. Dry at room temperature.
  • FLOOR SANITATION: Add 50ml to your mop bucket and clean the floor ensuring complete coverage of the surface. It can be applied with a detergent.

How Does DuroKleen Work?

DuroKleen works by forming a bond with the molecular structure of treated surfaces.

The bonding creates a dense field of microscopic, positively-charged chains of molecules that coat the traeted surface: our biostatic barrier.

Microbial cells are net-negatively charged. When they come into contact with the protected surface, the positive charge of the lipophilic tails of the molecular chains interact with negative charge of the microbial cells, fatally weakening their outer layer and effectively dismantling the microbe over time.