New invention targets school germs

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(KETK) According to the Centers for Disease Control, children miss 22-million days of school every year because of the common cold.

Now one Texas man says he has created something that will help bring down that number.

Brandon Johnston created Antimicrobial Film Transfers.

“You basically just peel it and stick it to get it on the structure and then you take a little heat gun if you want a kind of shrink wrap effect to the structure to tight fit it,” said Johnston. “It’s metal based and silver so it doesn’t allow microorganisms to multiply.”

He says test results show that the film transfers reduces the spread of staph infection by 99.9%. The product is not just available for schools, but dormitories, offices, homes, restaurants and businesses.

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