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VOXX Introduces EPA-Registered COVID-19 Disinfectant

Auto Oxide was specifically designed and tested for vehicle interiors.

VOXX Electronics Corporation (VEC), a wholly owned subsidiary of VOXX International Corp., announced the launch of Auto Oxide, an EPA-registered (EPA Registration No. 10324-63-63838) disinfectant effective for neutralizing multiple viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. 

“Today, protecting your employees and customers is now more important than ever, provide peace of mind during these challenging times with a safe, multi-surface cleaning solution,” the company said in a news release.

VOXX International is a supplier of OE and aftermarket automotive products and consumer electronics.

Auto Oxide, a surface sanitizer, is safe to use on all surfaces (even food) to kill 99.999% of viruses such as coronavirus, influenza, norovirus, H1N1, hepatitis A, B and C, and RSV by eliminating the source, according to the company. 

“Great for upholstery, carpets, mats and auto interiors, this odor-free spray also eliminates odors due to smoke, trash, mold and more,” the company added.  

Auto Oxide was specifically designed and tested for vehicle interiors and will not harm cloth, leather, suede, vinyl or other special materials, according to VOXX.

“Our dealers, customers and consumers come first, and with that comes their health,” said Aron Demers, senior vice president, VOXX Electronics Corp. “These days, clean work areas are now more important than ever and VOXX is proud to bring Auto Oxide to the U.S. market. Having a solution that is registered with the Environmental Protection Agency and contains no volatile organic compounds is a major win for our dealers as they are able to offer their customers a clean vehicle on return.”

For more information about Auto Oxide, visit www.adventproducts.com/auto-oxide.

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