DISINFECTANT • CLEANER • FUNGICIDE • VIRUCIDE

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::: SHIPPING RESTRICTION NOTICE :::
Equifect 256 can NOT be shipped to any P.O. Box address, Alaska or Hawaii.

Equifect 256 is a hospital grade disinfectant.

Please see product label for product use. Please see below for EPA explanation.

Contains:
(1) 16oz. Bottle Equifect 256 Concentrate

DISINFECTANT • CLEANER • FUNGICIDE • VIRUCIDE (KILLS VIRUSES)

• Meets OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard
• EPA-registered hospital-grade disinfectant
• Highly concentrated 1/2oz. Equifect 256 per 1 gallon water
• Disinfect any (non-food contact) hard, non-porous surfaces
• Non-Acid
• Deodorizes

Suggested Uses:
• Disinfect any (non-food contact) hard, non-porous surfaces
• Kitchen
• Floors
• Glass surfaces
• Mirrors
• Bathrooms and Toilet Bowls

Kitchens, Bathrooms, Counter Tops, Glass Surfaces and other Non-Porous Surfaces
Spray with a prepared solution (of 1/2 oz. Equifect 256 per 1 gallon of water). Leave surface wet for 3 minutes. Wipe dry with paper towel.

Glass Surfaces
Spray with a prepared solution (of 1/2oz. Equifect 256 per 1 gallon of water). Leave surface wet for 3 minutes. Wipe dry with paper towel.

Scissors, Razors and other instruments:
Remove hair, dandruff and dust before disinfecting. Immerse in a prepared solution (of 1/2oz. Equifect 256 per 1 gallon of water) for 10 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and dry before using.

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Always Dilute (1/2oz. Equifect 256 to 1 gallon water)

WARNING:
Equifect 256 is highly concentrated. Must be diluted with water before using. 1/2oz to 1 gallon water.
**CAUTION WEAR GLOVES AND EYE PROTECTION WHEN DILUTING EQUIFECT 256**

EPA No. 10324-141-92202

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), regulates all antimicrobial product labels and any associated efficacy claims. The language and claims contained on each label must be supported with extensive scientific data that is submitted to EPA in the pesticide registration approval process. These labels govern usage rates, applications and directions for use. End users of chemicals must ensure compliance with the label and should understand the meaning behind differing label claims. This is the first in a series of posts that will look at EPA label language and what it means to the end-user.

The words sanitizer and disinfectant are often used interchangeably in the food processing industry. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), however, has distinct definitions for each term.

Sanitizer: a substance, or mixture of substances, that reduces the bacteria population in the inanimate environment by significant numbers, but does not destroy or eliminate all bacteria.

Disinfectant: a substance or mixture of substances, that destroys or irreversibly inactivates bacteria, fungi, and viruses, but not necessarily bacterial spores, in the inanimate environment.

Source: EPA Website, 40 CFR 158.2203

Additional Details

SKU:
33009

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