This is a GREEN PRODUCT.
So Safe it is EPA Approved for use without gloves (in absense of biohazards). Alchol-Free, Ammonium-Free and bleach-free actives.
Intermediate-level disinfectant meets CDC Guidlines and the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for disinfection in the presence of blood and other soils.
N List Certification
How to use:
1. Before starting to use ProSpray wipes and especially if switching from a different brand of disinfectant, clean off previous chemicals. Solvents, alcohol or bleach in other disinfectants may interact with ProSpray.
2. Clean off previous chemicals using a drop or two of mild detergent in a quart bottle of water. Pay special attention to upholstery, light colored plastics, tubing or other surfaces frequently disinfected. Use fresh paper towells and water to rinse off.
3. If barriers/plastic covers are in use and the barriers remain intact, it is not necessary to also disinfect those surfaces between pateitns. Remove used barriers and apply fresh barriers between patients. Barriers are an effective tool for infection prevention and reduce turn-over time between pateitnes.
4. Daily or at least weekly at the end of the work day, wipe all surfaces and upholstery with tap water and paper towels to remove detergents and accumulated soils.
5. Keep ProSpray wipes canisters away from heat and close the lid between uses.
A slight film may occur upon repating applicatinoo of Pro-Spray wipes due to detergents in the formula. Simply wipe surfaces off at least weekly with plain tap water and paper towels.
Shelf Life: 2 Years from Date of Manufacture
Solution Color: Natural Color
Odor: Lemon Scent
The CDC Guidelines for Disinfection and Sterlization in Healthcare Facilities, 2008 continues to emphasize use of intermediate-level disinfectants:"...these surfaces should be disinfected between patients with an intermediate-disinfectant (i.e., EPA-registerd disinfectant with tuberculocidal claim)". Also: "Potenency against M. tuberculosis has been recognized as a substantial benchmark. Any germicide with a tuberculocidal claim on the label is considered capable of inactivating a broad spectrum of pathogencs, including such less resistant organisisms as bloodborne pathogens (e.g., Hepatitis B Virus, Herpatitis C Virus and HIV)." CDC Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Healthcare Settings - 2003. MMWR 2003: 52 (No. RR-17): p 63.