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Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, there has been an increased concern surrounding the ease at which pathogens can attach to clothing, and further spread.

 Copper has the ability to fight viruses by self-disinfecting its surface. The term ‘contact killing’ has become well-known and refers to copper's ability to destroy bacteria and viruses.

How It Works?

How it works diagram_VForce Collection by New Designers SpaceThis is the process of copper ions deconstructing and eliminating pathogens.
(1)  Copper ions destroy the cell membrane and invade the cell
(2)  The cell loses its internal structure, nutrients, and water through the damaged cell membrane
(3)  The rapid increase in copper ions causes damage to the cell’s DNA, which leads to the cell’s death, 99.94% within 30 minutes

The Test Results

Copper effects have been tested by several prestigious laboratories.
The results show 99.9% of Bovine coronavirus are killed in 30 minutes of the contact.
Test result
Test Results_VForce Collection by New Designers Space

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VForce Collection hopes to be your personal protective apparel, worn in conjunction with a mask and with more frequent hand washing.

News Articles about copper and its effects

BBC University Study Finds Covid Survives Three Days on FabricCan Copper Clothing Really Kill Coronavirus? Forbes

LOOKS THAT KILL (COVID-19) Electric Runway

Hackensack Meridian Health

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Copper’s Virus-Killing Powers Were Known Even to the Ancients_VForce Collection by New Designers Space

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MUSC VForce Collection by New Designers SpaceResearch reveals 'halo' effect of copper surfaces_VForce Collection by New Designers Space


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