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A Part Of The Profits Will Go To The Defenders For Children Organization To Help Make A Direct Impact Against Child Abuse, Child Pornography & Human Trafficking.



We offer quality products for you, your family, and your community.   Choose from a variety of items that will:

  • Improve Health 

  • Prevent Illness

  • Be Fun to wear

  • Make a Great Gift


Part of the profits will support Defenders For Children's Program that donates Electronic Detection K9's to Law Enforcement Agencies to assist during searches to locate hidden electronic devices.  These electronic devices located hold evidence that will identify and rescue children, prosecute sex offenders, traffickers, child pornographers, predators and other criminals 

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Featured Product!

Disinfect the Air You Breathe & Help Keep Illnesses Away

Products that Drastically Reduce Viruses,  Bacteria, Mold & VOCs within your home or business.

  • Allergies

  • Viruses

  • Bacterias

  • Asthma

  • Mold

  • Odors

  • Pet Odor

  • Urine Odor

  • Chemicals

There are many buildings that need an immediate and portable solution to reduce a variety of air contaminants.  Our Air Purifiers address all four sources of indoor air pollution; particles, aerosols, biologicals, and odors. 

Typical Room Air Contaminant Reduction:

  • Particles greater than 99%

  • Bacteria greater than 93%

  • Total Volatile Organic Chemicals (TVOC) greater than 90%

  • Viruses greater than 99%

Many hospitals and large public venues have already implemented air purification systems including: 


  • Johns Hopkins 

  • Children's Hospital Boston

  • University of Maryland Medical Center

  • LaGuardia, O'Hare, LAX, and San Francisco International Airport

  • Google's headquarters in Chicago and San Jose.

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We Are Adding Products

To Help Protect & Help Build Confidence

A recent study about the virus simulating a sneeze in a grocery store

New Study Released:  

A new, rapidly put together study on coronavirus and air-borne particles has released first results. The study included researchers from Aalto University, the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), Technical and Innovation Centre VTT and Helsinki University. 


A computer-simulated model shows how a person’s cough could send droplets carrying the novel coronavirus into the air and put people at higher risk of contracting COVID-19. Researchers said the chances of exposure to the virus can be higher in closed areas, such as grocery stores. 

The simulation shows that when one person coughs just in an aisle, a cloud of green particles could travel over the shelves and into the next aisle. The research team from Finland said the model suggests "any shared airspace will lead to transmission," Business Insider reported Tuesday.

The risk significantly increases when an infected person coughs or releases the droplets when in closer contact with people. An individual may get "an infectious dose" of coronavirus from droplets when standing three feet from the source. 

"In the real world, droplet transmission within three to six feet accounts for vast majority of transmissions," William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine and infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, said. Airborne particles could go farther and stay in the air longer in closed areas. 


Learn More About

Defenders For Children's efforts to help stop Child Abuse, Child Pornography & Trafficking.

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