GarmaGuard Garment & Fabric Cleanser

You resolved not to bring work home with you, and you have succeeded. No papers to go over or books to study, no phone messages or emails to answer. So, you would be surprised to know you are still bringing way too much home from your day in the work world—things like the harmful, odor-causing bacteria that cling to your clothing, your shoes, your tote bag, etc.

Pete Badawy, a law enforcement officer, and his wife, a medical professional, got into the habit of stripping before entering the living area of their home. In a day, Pete might go on a first-aid call, search a long-abandoned building, minister to the homeless. His wife goes from room to room in a hospital. One can only imagine just what has settled in for a free ride on their clothing. Millions of workers have the same problem, for example, military personnel, firefighters, EMTs, gym managers, athletes, and animal caretakers.

Pete thought surely there is a product that would eliminate the odors. But there wasn’t. So he decided to fill that gap. He and his wife founded Elysian Labs LLC in New Jersey and produced GarmaGuard. the first all-organic, non-GMO garment and fabric cleanser. GarmaGuard attacks odor at its source due to its active ingredient, citric acid, long known as an effective, safe cleanser and disinfectant. The citric acid is combined with a proprietary blend of high-quality, naturally derived ingredients. GarmaGuard is gentle enough for all fabrics, and it is vegan, cruelty free and biodegradable. In addition, there are no harsh and abrasive chemicals.

There are other air and fabric fresheners on the market, but they trap odor molecules rather than eliminate them. The molecules are still there, but chemicals mask the odor temporarily. And they are a scary sounding bunch of chemicals! Acetaldehyde, benzaldehyde, butylphenyl methylpropion, ethyl acetate, propylene glycol—we could go on, the list is long, and the chemicals include those that are toxic to the nervous and immune systems, carcinogens, allergens, and irritants that affect the skin, eyes and lungs.

One quick spray, just a fine mist, of GarmaGuard also eliminates odors on towels, bedding, car seats, couches, dog beds, and accessories. One can contains more than 225 sprays (about a 30-day supply) and fits easily into your hand. It’s small enough to stash anywhere, so you can keep it with you throughout your day for whenever you need a quick spray to stay fresh and clean.

Pete is a proud military veteran and, naturally, GarmaGuard is made in the USA!

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