The World Health Organization defines Probiotic as meaning, ‘for life.’ ‘A probiotic is a living beneficial microorganism that when given in adequate amounts, delivers health benefits to its host.’
TRI-BIO Probiotic – true bio-cleaners with viable probiotic microorganism cultures. Active probiotics clean at the microscopic level, eliminates bad odors, up to 3 days surface protection from hidden dirt in cracks, crevices and surface pores. Replace bad bacteria with probiotic microorganisms, reduce the risk of infection and create healthy micro flora. Probiotics easily penetrate cracks, crevices and surface pores, providing deeper cleaning and longer odor control.


Probiotic microorganisms cultures are naturally occurring beneficial organisms that have been selected from balanced natural ecosystems in nature. These probiotics have maintained life’s subtle balance on earth and they are now helping maintain that same balance in your own home.
The surfaces in your house are like a garden. If you don’t seed with good plants, weeds will grow. You have the same choice with your household surfaces: sanitize for a moment with harsh chemicals leaving your surface open to recontamination or seed with probiotics to continuously weed out the bad micro-organisms. Traditional cleaners “clean” a surface for a moment in time; the second the rag is finished wiping the surface, that surface is almost instantly polluted once again with ambient dust, dirt, and micro-organisms. Probiotics creates mini-ecosystem on a microbial level that produces enzymes, which break down odors, dirt, fats, oil, grease, food scraps, waste and toilet paper products on a continuous basis between applications. This creates a natural, clean, balanced environment that is safe for even the most sensitive members of your natural house.
Our company uses carefully selected non-pathogenic and non-toxic probiotic microorganisms combined with natural, plant-based, biodegradable natural ingredients to plow through the toughest cleaning problems.


The Principle behind Specialized Microorganisms for Waste Degradation and Odor Controlbac
Microorganisms are living organisms that produce the specific enzymes needed to break down compounds so that these microorganisms can digest them. Specialized microorganisms are scientifically adapted to digest specific compounds such as detergents, papers, oils, greases, hydrocarbons and phenols. These specialized microorganisms secrete the proper enzymes for their environment and will then digest the compounds. By using specialized microorganisms, the process of digestion is greatly improved. During the digestion process, odors such as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, and the obnoxious odor from grease, are controlled. By controlling odors at a molecular level, the need for a masking agent such as perfume is eliminated.

The Life of Microorganisms
Microorganisms are either aerobic or anaerobic. Aerobic microorganism needs atmospheric oxygen to breathe. Anaerobic microorganism metabolize by using carbohydrates or amino acids. Microorganism that can metabolize equally well in the presence or absence of oxygen are called facultative anaerobes.
All organic compounds are a potential food source to microorganisms. Each stain of microorganisms will produce a specific enzyme that enables it to break down the waste. The microorganism will then utilize that “food” in its work. That resulting compounds from microorganism digestion are carbon dioxide (CO2) and water. Without microorganisms (and fungi) all carbon and nitrogen atoms would eventually be tied up in dead bodies of plants and animals. Life would cease because of the lack of raw material needed for building new cellular components.
Specialized microorganism reproduces at a rate of once every 20 minutes. This gives rise to a large population in a very short period. However, later generations will not be quite as strong and will be somewhat mutated from the original generations. This reduction in microbe strength requires regular, periodic introduction of a fresh, new supply of microorganisms to your system.


What are Microorganisms, Enzymes and Chemicals?

Microorganisms are living cells which have the capabilities of consuming wastes of different types, reproducing, and actually producing enzymes. Better said, microorganisms are the factories that produce enzymes. When the right microorganisms are present in the right quantities and in the right conditions, they produce enzymes much more economically than people can manufacture them. Enzymes are NOT alive. They are complex chemicals produced by microorganisms. They cannot reproduce, or actually consume waste. They speed up chemical reactions without getting used themselves. However, enzymes are all proteins, and some enzymes attack proteins. Therefore, enzyme usefulness is limited by digestion from other enzymes. Chemicals are NOT alive. Chemicals include soaps, harsh acids and bases and solvents. Chemicals do not reproduce themselves. Chemicals can be used to mimic the properties of bacteria or enzymes, but they are either environmentally harmful, not as efficient, or both.


How do Microorganisms, Enzymes and Chemicals Work?

Microorganisms consume waste materials. When microorganisms consume waste, they convert the waste into safe by products – carbon dioxide and water. When the waste materials are very complex (such as pond sludge), microorganisms actually produce enzymes to break down the complex waste into simple compounds that the microorganisms can consume. Enzymes are not capable of consuming waste materials, such as sludge or ammonia. Rather, all that they can do is convert complex wastes into simple wastes. Bacteria are still needed to consume the waste material – enzymes alone will not do the job. An enzyme product only has half the tools necessary to get the job done right! Chemicals can oxidize sludge and ammonia, but only very harsh and dangerous chemicals can accomplish this job. Less hazardous chemicals are generally not effective in a pond environment for tough jobs like sludge digestion. In addition, chemicals have considerable toxicity issues, and are likely to harm fish, wildlife, and the general pond health.


Which system is best for the Environment?

Microorganisms contained in our products 100% natural, safe, and non-pathogenic. They are not genetically engineered or altered in any way. Since microorganisms both degrade complex waste and consume the by-products, less pollution is discharged to the environment. They also consume phosphates, ammonia and nitrates. This improves water quality in lakes, ponds, and groundwater. Microorganisms is the environmentally superior solution. Enzymes are not necessarily bad for the environment, but they do not have the advantages that the microorganisms provide. Again, enzymes do not actually consume wastes; they simply break complex compounds into simpler compounds. Microorganisms are still needed to finish the job. Enzymes cannot help in removing pollutants such as phosphates, ammonia, and nitrate. Therefore, enzymes have limited benefits. Chemicals are often bad for the environment, and they do not have the advantages that the microorganisms provide. Chemicals can be used for some pond water treatment, such as chlorine removal, heavy metal removal, and pH adjustment. However, they are neither effective, economical or environmentally appropriate for removal