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Superior GClean GC200 Wipes Disinfectant 120 Wipes (Bleach Free)

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G2 Cleaner and Disinfectant kills 99.9% of illness causing germs and bacteria on contact and keeps on self sanitizing long after initial application. Our sanitizing wipes make it easy to clean between sprays in high/touch high contact areas.

Keep wipes on hand in stations, emergency rooms and fire houses for extra sanitation and cleanliness.

Used by EMTs, Police and fire departments across the US.

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GClean GC200 Hand Wipes Disinfectant 120 WipesG2 Cleaner Wipes Disinfectant kills 99.9% of illness causing germs and bacteria on contact and keeps on self sanitizing long after initial application. Our sanitizing wipes make it easy to clean between sprays in high/touch high contact areas.

Keep wipes on hand in stations, emergency rooms and fire houses for extra sanitation and cleanliness.

Used by EMTs, Police and fire departments across the US.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Use Surface Wipes Disinfectant?

Targeted surface disinfection based on a risk profile is seen as an indispensable constituent in a multibarrier approach of universal infection control precautions.

Source:  (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)

It’s important to note that cleaning a surface – simply removing dirt and particles – is not the same thing as disinfecting it with wipes disinfectant to kill viruses and bacteria.

Source: (pennmedicine.org)

The CDC recommends cleaning and disinfecting household surfaces on a regular basis to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other germs.

Source: (blog.mercy.com)

Which surface disinfectants are effective against COVID-19 in non-health care setting environments?

In non-health care settings, sodium hypochlorite (bleach / chlorine) may be used at a recommended concentration of 0.1% or 1,000ppm (1 part of 5% strength household bleach to 49 parts of water). Alcohol at 70-90% can also be used for surface disinfection. Surfaces must be cleaned with water and soap or a detergent first to remove dirt, followed by disinfection. Cleaning should always start from the least soiled (cleanest) area to the most soiled (dirtiest) area in order to not spread the dirty to areas that are less soiled.

All disinfectant solutions should be stored in opaque containers, in a well-ventilated, covered area that is not exposed to direct sunlight and ideally should be freshly prepared every day.

Source: (who.int)

What is the difference between cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting?

Some people think that disinfecting is same thing as cleaning or sanitizing. But they are actually different:

  • Cleaning removes dirt, dust, crumbs, and germs from surfaces or objects. When you clean, you will likely use soap (or detergent) and water to physically clean off the surfaces and objects. This may not necessarily kill the germs. But since you removed some of them, there are fewer germs that could spread infection to you.
  • Disinfecting with wipes disinfectant uses chemicals (disinfectants) to kill germs on surfaces and objects. Some common disinfectants are bleach and alcohol solutions. You usually need to leave the disinfectant on the surfaces and objects for a certain period of time to kill the germs. Disinfecting with wipes disinfectant does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs.
  • Sanitizing could be done by either cleaning, disinfecting, or both. Sanitizing means that you are lowering the number of germs to a safe level. What is considered a safe level depends on public health standards or requirements at a workplace, school, etc. For example, there are sanitizing procedures for restaurants and other facilities that prepare food. What you do to sanitize will vary, depending on your needs. You might be mopping a floor using a mop, a chemical, and water. You might use a dishwasher to sanitize the dishes. Or you could be using an antibacterial wipe on a tv remote.

If you both clean and use wipes disinfectant on a surface or object, you can further lower the risk of spreading infection. There are products that clean and disinfect at the same time.

Source: (medlineplus.gov)

Which surfaces and objects do I need to clean and disinfect?

To prevent the spread of infection, you should regularly clean and use wipes disinfectant on surfaces and objects that are touched often. For example, in your house, this would include countertops, doorknobs, faucet and toilet handles, light switches, remotes, and toys.

Source: (medlineplus.gov)

How to disinfect electronics?

  • Consider putting a wipeable cover on electronics and use wipes disinfectant.
  • For electronics, such as tablets, touch screens, keyboards, and remote controls. Follow manufacturer’s instruction for cleaning and disinfecting using wipes disinfectant.
  • If no guidance, use alcohol-based wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol.
  • Dry surface thoroughly.

Source: (cdc.gov)

What are some important tips?

Avoid combining disinfectants, such as bleach and ammonia, since mixtures can cause respiratory irritation and release potentially fatal gases.

Keep children, pets and other people away during the application of the product until it is dry and there is no odor after using wipes disinfectant.

Source: (who.int)