Clorox® Healthcare™ Bleach Germicidal Wipes, Canister of 70 Wipes Item # 439675
EPA-registered to kill 51 pathogens, including C. difficile spores
- Provides excellent surface coverage.
- Tested for surface safety on common healthcare surfaces and equipment. Anticorrosion agent works on stainless steel, porcelain, glass, plastic, glazed ceramic.
- For commerical settings.
|manufacturer||The Clorox Company|
From the Manufacturer|
The germicidal solution used by hospitalsClorox Healthcare® Bleach Germicidal Wipes are effective against 51 different microorganisms, and also a proven sporicidal wipe for healthcare settings, where bleach is cited by more clinical studies to kill C. difficile spores, and meets CDC recommendations for emerging pathogens.
EPA registered to kill a wide variety of bacteria and viruses in :30 to 1:00
Clorox Healthcare® Bleach Germicidal Wipes are EPA-registered to kill a total of 51 microorganisms, including all ESKAPE* pathogens in 30 seconds, Norovirus in 1 minute, and TB and C. difficile spores in 3 minutes†.
*Representatives of ESKAPE pathogens include E. faecium, S. aureus, K. pneumoniae, A. baumannii, P. aeruginosa, and Enterobacter species.
† Use as directed on precleaned hard, nonporous surfaces
Made for the demands of healthcare surfacesClorox Healthcare® Bleach Germicidal Wipes have been tested for surface safety on common healthcare surfaces and equipment, and contain an anticorrosive ingredient that makes them less damaging than conventionally prepared bleach solutions. They also contain an odor-masking formula, made with the comfort of patient and staff in mind.
Pre-mixed, ready-to-use convenienceClorox Healthcare® Bleach Germicidal Wipes are a pre-mixed, ready-to-use concentration that meets CDC and APIC guidelines for surface disinfection of the toughest healthcare pathogens, like C. difficile spores.
The one-step disinfectant cleaner is designed for general cleaning and disinfecting of hard, nonporous environmental surfaces in health care facilities.
Usage and DisposalFor surfaces and medical equipment, disinfect after each patient use by following this protocol to help ensure effective disinfection and reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
Perform hand hygiene first, then put on gloves.
Gross filth must be removed prior to disinfecting. If visible residue is noticed, it can be easily removed with a clean, damp cloth.
To clean and disinfect and deodorize hard, nonporous surfaces:
Wipe hard, nonporous surface to be disinfected. Use enough wipes for treated surface to remain visibly wet for the contact time listed on label. Let air dry. If streaking is observed, wipe with a clean, damp cloth or paper towel after appropriate contact time has expired.
Dispose of wipe in trash after use. Perform hand hygiene when finished.