Aside from a high-quality product, Xantor Protector has a long line of advantages over the competitors


Aside from desinfection, Xantor Protector can also be used to remove stains!


Quality and tested formula doesn’t have any negative symptoms and it doesn’t affect the skin!


Spray it onto the surface and clean it up after two minutes.


Xantor doesn’t damage the surface or leave stain marks! Spray & Wipe!


After the treatment, the surface receives a protection layer and fights off the dust!


Learn about this unique disinfectant!

Type and form of preparation

Core Group 1, Product Type 2: Disinfectants and other biocidal products for household and public health use. Liquid.


Disinfection and cleaning of various surfaces without flushing. Ready-to-use, quick and good disinfectant to remove: grease stains, oil, coffee, wine, hand or footprints, ballpoint pen, graphite pen, markers and similar impurities. It leaves behind only a hygienically and aesthetically clean surface. Applicable for daily cleaning and regular disinfection.

Areas of application

Kitchens, hospitals, food industry, offices, hotels, restaurants and canteens.

Tiles, ceramics, kitchen furniture, lacquered furniture, home appliances, plastic surfaces, textile surfaces, doors and fittings, stoves, steel sinks, etc.

Instructions for use and dosage

Spray the agent by pressing the sprayer lever, 20-25 cm from the surface, then wipe with a soft, dry cloth or paper. No need to rinse. Also applicable for daily cleaning and disinfection.

The product in the recommended mode of use is compatible with most washing surfaces (PVC, glass, laminate, ceramics, etc.). Nevertheless, given the variety of existing surfaces and materials, we recommend checking for no secondary effects before use – no stains, debris, discoloration, etc. – by testing the product in a hidden and reduced area.

The product must not be mixed with other detergents to reduce disinfectant activity.

Should Xantor Protector be rinsed after application?

Unless the surface comes in direct contact with food, the product should not be flushed from the surface. If disinfecting the dishes, rinse them with running water or immersion after disinfection.


Read detailed information on some current topics!

Which disinfectant is the most effective?

Disinfectants have been around us almost since there was a cure. There are always bacteria and viruses. They are older than the shell itself. Without them, we probably wouldn’t be humans, because the bacteria we carry are mostly good bacteria that serve us primarily in the digestive system, but also

What can be called disinfectant?

With the announcement of the pandemic and the rapid spread of COVID-19, many disinfectants and those presented as disinfectants appeared on the market. Their main task is to destroy viruses and bacteria from the surface of the hands or some other surface, but not all disinfectants are effective in the

What is COVID – 19 and how did the virus appear?

The new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causes COVID-19 disease, named after the virus type and the year in which it emerged – Corona virus disease 2019. It appeared in late 2019 in the capital of the Chinese province of Hubei, Wuhan. In just a few months, it has spread globally and today

How to use disinfectants properly?

After the world was shaken by the new coronavirus at the beginning of 2020., disinfectants became the best-selling item in many stores. Their effectiveness in fighting the virus has been confirmed and their use is also recommended in the flu season or some other viruses. They destroy viruses and bacteria


Answers to some of the most frequently asked questions:

What are Disinfectants?

Disinfectants are biocidal products (preparations) substances and mixtures, prepared in the form in which they are delivered to the user, contain one or more active substances intended to destroy or make any harmful organism harmless by chemical or biological means.

What can be called disinfectant?

Disinfectants must be tested and their effectiveness confirmed. Products that have not been tested and have not been validated must not be called disinfectants. It is very important that you choose only quality and safe disinfectants when buying, which will remove the virus from the surface.

How to use disinfectants properly?

It is recommended to use them after washing hands, if at all possible. Impurities and dirt can be left on the hands, which will prevent the disinfectant from working completely. For this reason, always try to wash your hands beforehand. If you have washed your hands in a public place, after leaving the toilet, disinfect your hands with a disinfectant. Shake the product in one palm and store it in your bag, then rub your hands thoroughly. Do not do this superficially, and do not neglect the space between the fingers or the tips of the fingers. The manufacturer will also indicate in the operating instructions what quantities you should use.

What are the differences between active substances in disinfectants?

Disinfectants work thanks to the active substances contained in them, and the most commonly recommended by the Croatian Institute of Public Health for use are disinfectants with hydrogen peroxide, alcohol or benzalkonium chloride. Each of these active substances is used for a particular purpose disinfectant.

What is COVID-19 and how did it come about?

COVID-19 is a disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Although it has not yet been safely confirmed that this virus originated, it is considered to be natural and of animal origin. Viruses are microscopic forms that are all around us, but also within us. The Corona virus is not unknown to human civilization, but some viruses were recorded in the same group as early as the 1960s. In humans, this group of viruses causes the most common colds and inflammation of the respiratory system.