Rayne Guest, Founder & CEO of ArrowClean discusses healthcare-acquired infections and her patented device that produces TK60, among the most effective disinfectants in the world and used by U.S. hospital systems. EPA-audited, the hypoallergenic disinfectant is made on-site, produced for a fraction of the cost, and effective against a wide range of harmful pathogens. Microchem Laboratory initially verified TK60 as a one-minute healthcare-grade disinfectant in December 2014. In January 2021, they confirmed that ArrowClean’s TK60 eliminated 99.99% of human coronavirus on nonporous surfaces in just 20 seconds, 30 times faster than most EPA-approved disinfectants.
Rayne Guest is the founder and CEO of ArrowClean, a company that manufactures an EPA-regulated device that attaches directly to a facility’s water supply to produce a hypoallergenic disinfectant proven effective in killing COVID-19.
While living in Los Angeles, Rayne was inspired to launch her career in the green industry developing customized recycling programs for hotels and other commercial properties. It was in this line of work that Rayne saw the negative effects of commercial cleaning and disinfecting products’ toxic containers being discarded. She then began implementing a technology that enabled hotels to produce these products on-site. In 2009, a global multi-billion-dollar company bought and shelved the technology.
Working with her team, in 2012 Rayne founded ArrowClean to develop state-of-the-art disinfecting and cleaning solutions produced on-site that are safe for humans, animals, and the environment. ArrowClean’s computerized device produces healthcare-grade disinfectant TK60 and multi-surface cleaner FC+ through a patented electrolysis process. Both solutions are free of toxins, color, and added fragrance; and eliminate the need for multiple disinfectants, sanitizers, deodorizers, degreasers, and surface-specific cleaners. A major milestone was met at the end of 2021, when the TK60 solution was added to the EPA’s List N as an effective disinfectant against the novel coronavirus.
Rayne graduated from UCLA’s Executive Program in 2006. She was born and raised in the mountains of Idaho and currently lives in Dallas. She is passionate about travel, athletics, health, personal accountability, and leaving the world a better place than you found it.