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Healthcare professionals trust these wipes to help them overcome infection control challenges in a constantly changing healthcare environment. Bleach Germicidal multipurpose wipes are ready to use, 1 step cleaner containing a 1:10 bleach dilution to meet CDC and OSHA guidelines for disinfecting surfaces in healthcare settings. Designed for daily disinfection, patient room surfaces and medical equipment. These wipes are EPA registered to kill a total of 58 microorganisms, including HAI causing bacteria like MRSA and VRE in 30 seconds, outbreak causing viruses such as Influenza A and B viruses, Measles Virus and Norovirus in 1-minute and C. difficile spores, TB and fungi in 3-minutes. These wipes kill 99.9999% of C. difficile spores, according to the current EPA recommended testing standard (June 2014). These wipes are engineered minimize residue and leave less visible residue on surfaces versus competitor bleach wipes. These 70 count, ready-to-use wipes are 6.75 in. x 9 in. size. They are formulated with an anticorrosion agent and are compatible with common healthcare surfaces including stainless steel, glass, plastic, porcelain, glazed ceramic, laminated surfaces and vinyl. Intended for use in Healthcare settings.
70-count, ready-to-use 1 to 10 ratio multi-purpose bleach germicidal wipes
Proven efficacy against outbreak-causing viruses influenza A and B viruses, measles virus and norovirus
3-minute contact time to kill C.Diff spores, tested in the presence of 3-part organic soil load following the latest EPA testing recommendations (November 2016)