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Clorox COX68967 Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaner, Ready to Use Disinfectant

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  • Question: Why did Clorox Healthcare re-test its Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes and Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaners using updated EPA recommended standards? How will the bleach germicidal disinfectants enhancements positively impact patient safety?

    Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaner - One-step, ready-to-use disinfectant with a 1 to 10 bleach dilution. It has broad-spectrum efficacy against 40 microorganisms. This fast acting cleaner disinfectant has a one-minute contact time for a broad range of microorganisms including Norovirus, MRSA and VRE. It is formulated with 1 to 10 bleach solution strength that is recommended by CDC guidelines for effective disinfecting and it meets OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards.

  • The 2014 EPA guideline is currently only required for new reg¬istrations, but Clorox Healthcare voluntarily tested two of its leading ready-to-use bleach disinfectants, Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes and Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaners, using the new guidelines, including the three-part organic soil load, because they present a more challenging, but realistic, scenario for disinfecting efficacy. In other words, Clorox Healthcare believed it was the right thing to do. In practice, the pre-cleaning step is still required, but any product that has passed this test offers users an extra level of assurance that the product will not fail if soil is present.

    Clorox® Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes - 70 Count Per Container - Hospital Grade Disinfectant That Aids In The Reduction Of Cross-Contamination Between Surfaces - 30-Second Kill Claims On Most Bacteria - 1-Minute Kill Claims On Most Viruses - Kill Claims Include 27 Germs

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  • Environmentally Friendly Yes
    Color White
    Manufacturer The Clorox Company
    Cleaner Type Wipe
    Manufacturer Part Number 30358
    Brand Name Clorox
    Recycled No
    Recycled Content 0%
    Post-consumer-waste% 0%
    Assembly Required No
    Container Type Bucket
    Product Name Bleach Germicidal Wipes
    Marketing Information

    Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes are one-step, ready-to-use disinfectants with a 1:10 bleach dilution. They 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. Hospital-grade disinfectant wipes are tested for surface safety on common healthcare surfaces and equipment, germicidal wipes feature an anticorrosion agent to ensure compatibility with hospital-grade surfaces. Wipes are designed for healthcare facilities only.

    Country of Origin United States
    Product Type Surface Cleaner
    Features Disinfectant

    LS: In today's ever-changing healthcare landscape, it is important to remember that the threats healthcare facilities face are evolving too and that infection prevention protocols need to evolve with them. Take for example Candida auris, an emerging multidrug-resistant yeast causing invasive HAIs with high mortality, which the CDC first identified in U.S. hospitals last fall. Recently, the CDC for C. auris infection control measures to include thorough daily and after-discharge cleaning of rooms of C. auris patients using EPA-registered hospital disinfectants effective against C. diff, such as Clorox Healthcare bleach germicidal disinfectants. The previous recommendation was to use a hospital disinfectant effective against fungi.

Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaners

Clorox HealthcareBleach Germicidal Pull Top Cleaners are unique, stabilized sodium hypochlorite and detergent solutions that kill pathogens fast — with a one-minute contact time for a broad range of microorganisms, including MDROs such as Acinetobacter baumannii, Enterobacter aerogenes, VRE and MRSA.