Manufacturer of Disinfectants

StayGuard™ disinfectants are manufactured in a variety of forms, including wipes, pads, sprays, soaps, gels and swabsticks with sanitizing, disinfecting and antibacterial properties.
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Alcohol Swab
Alcohol Swab Stick
Antibacterial Gel
Antibacterial Wipes
Baby Wipes
Body Wipes
Disinfectant Spray
Hand Sanitizer
Hand Wipes
Surgical Scrub Brush
Bottles and boxes of medical products for disinfection and sanitization.


  • 13485
    Medical Devices QMS
  • 9001
    Quality Management
  • 0123
    TÜV Certified Quality System


  • CE
  • DOC
  • ISO
  • FSC
  • COA


  • STED Dossier
  • Device Master File
  • Technical Data Sheet

Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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See why we are one of the fastest growing manufacturers of medical devices and supplies.

We are especially well positioned for developing and developed markets alike, as our products are comparable in quality to higher cost brands, but at a lower price point to meet the needs of competitive markets. Our unique market position has made our brands some of the fastest growing globally.

A. Russo, RN

Medical Advisory Board

What are Disinfectants?

Disinfectants are chemical agents designed to neutralize or destroy harmful microorganisms on surfaces and in the environment. They come in various forms, such as wipes, sprays, gels, and soaps, made for different uses. Their main function is to prevent the spread of infectious agents and ensure a sterile environment.

Different disinfectants have varying levels of efficacy against specific pathogens. It's crucial to choose the appropriate type based on the targeted microorganisms and the intended application. For instance, while some disinfectants are suitable for skin and hands, others are formulated explicitly for hard surfaces or medical instruments. Understanding the contact time required for each disinfectant is essential. Some disinfectants require a certain amount of contact time to effectively kill the targeted microbes, and this information is usually provided in the manufacturer's instructions.

As society becomes more conscious of hygiene practices and infection prevention, the proper use of disinfectants plays a pivotal role in curbing the spread of infectious diseases. Whether it's in hospitals, homes, or public spaces, the strategic application of disinfectants contributes to creating safer environments for everyone.

What are Disinfectants used for?

How are Disinfectants used?

Disinfectants are applied directly to surfaces or objects to kill or inhibit the growth of harmful microorganisms. After cleaning the area to remove visible dirt or debris, the disinfectant is applied following the manufacturer's recommended contact time to ensure effectiveness and achieve optimal results.

Can Disinfectants harm the skin or cause allergies?

Some disinfectants can irritate the skin or cause allergic reactions, so it's essential to use them as directed and avoid prolonged skin contact. If you experience any adverse reactions, discontinue use and seek medical advice promptly to determine the cause and appropriate course of action.

How often should surfaces be disinfected in high-traffic areas?

In high-traffic areas, surfaces should be disinfected regularly, especially if they're frequently touched, to minimize the spread of pathogens. The frequency of disinfection may vary based on the specific setting, but a general guideline is to clean and disinfect these surfaces multiple times a day to maintain a sanitary environment.

Do Disinfectants expire?

Yes, disinfectants can lose their effectiveness over time, so always check the expiration date and store them as recommended. Using expired disinfectants may not provide the intended level of germ-killing power, potentially compromising the efficacy of your disinfection efforts.

What precautions should be taken when using strong Disinfectants?

When using strong disinfectants, it's important to wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), such as gloves and eye protection, to prevent skin contact and eye irritation. Additionally, ensure proper ventilation in the area to avoid inhaling fumes and follow the manufacturer's instructions for dilution and application to minimize potential risks.

Types of Disinfectants

  • Alcohol-Based Disinfectants, typically containing ethanol or isopropanol, are effective in sanitizing hands and surfaces by denaturing microorganisms' proteins. While they play a critical role in infection control, they can lead to skin dryness and irritation with frequent use. It's essential to balance their efficacy with skin health by considering moisturizers and barrier creams, especially in high-frequency usage scenarios such as healthcare settings and public spaces.
  • Chlorine-Based Disinfectants contain bleach or other chlorine compounds, these are powerful disinfectants used in healthcare, water treatment, and various cleaning applications. They can kill a broad spectrum of microorganisms but must be handled with care due to their corrosive nature.
  • Quaternary Ammonium Compounds (Quats) extensively used in disinfectant products like sprays and wipes. These compounds are effective against a wide array of bacteria, viruses, and fungi, making them valuable for maintaining hygienic environments. Although considered less toxic and corrosive than some alternatives, it's important to adhere to manufacturer guidelines and recommendations to ensure their proper and safe use in various settings.
  • Phenolic Disinfectants are made from phenol or its derivatives and are used in hospitals and laboratories for their broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity. They are effective against many bacteria and viruses but can be toxic in high concentrations.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide-Based Disinfectants are used in various concentrations, often in combination with other agents. They are effective against bacteria, viruses, and fungi and is often used in medical settings for instrument sterilization.

Why are a trusted Disinfectants manufacturer?

As a renowned manufacturer of Disinfectants, AdvaCare Pharma's global presence stands testament to its commitment to quality and innovation. By manufacturing a versatile range of disinfectant and sanitizer products, including wipes, pads, sprays, soaps and other forms, we aim to cater to the various sanitation needs of hospitals, clinics, labs and other medical institutions.

Our disinfectant manufacturing facilities located in China, India and the USA possess ISO and CE certifications, and we regularly undergo thorough inspections to exceed industry benchmarks. Quality remains our priority, ensuring that our distributors and healthcare professionals always receive reliable and safe disinfectant products.

Rooted in our dedication to cater to specialized healthcare necessities, AdvaCare Pharma offers a diverse array of disinfectants at reasonable prices. We aim to foster a healthier global community through accessible, premium-quality products for sanitation.