Cruise ships, airlines—even tour bus operators—rely on MicroGerm Defense to ensure a happier, less exposed customer. This is true for privately owned planes and boats that are exposed to mold, algae, and bacteria with the humidity and their many guests.
You may have heard about “sick” cruise ships and boats being taken out of service after scores of passengers became ill. There are similar stories about airplanes, tour buses, and trains.
Every time someone coughs or sneezes and then touches something, there is an increased chance for spreading germs. Transfer of those microbes to a surface such as a seat, an airplane tray, a seatbelt strap, a turnstile, or a bathroom stall is inevitable and occurs continuously.