Click this link to access directions on how to mix up a 3 ingredient antiviral coating liquid at-home; a coating that can then be sprayed on disposable surgical masks: https://ncimexico.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/how-to-make-your-own-antiviral-mask-ncim-march-2019-1.pdf
This approach is based in part on bench top experiments in published scientific papers for which no warranties or guarantees are made or implied by NCIM. This information is provided for information & educational purposes only. Readers should consult a duly licensed physician (MD or DO) concerning all medical matters including infectious disease prevention.
No one connected with Nova Cells Institute has any financial or other commercial interest in any ingredient cited in the method linked to above and in no way benefits from the creation or use of the mask coating by any individual or firm or such. Furthermore, no one connected with Nova Cells has any ownership in or financial stake in any firm or collective or such that elects to utilize the salt-surfactant based antiviral formula in manufacturing coating units for wholesale or retail sale.
What NCIM is sharing is free and without ties or obligations or strings. Consumers and others are advised to closely read the disclaimer at the end of the article linked to above.
NCIM’s sole concern in the midst of the global spread of influenza and covid-19 lies in equipping people with information that might prove helpful in preventing them from contracting these viruses or spreading them to others.
Correction: On page 3 of the how-to guide this entry “A suitable 1 or 2 ounce (30 or 60 mL) spray bottle (Glass is probably best as plastics contain chemicals that could leach into the salt-surfactant solution) Look for no clog pumps.” should have read “A suitable 6 oz (177 mL) spray bottle……etc.”