Clorox® Germicidal Bleach1 disinfects to kill 99.9% of germs and bacteria.
|Disinfecting Profile Comparison*||Clorox® Germicidal Bleach1||Pure Bright® Germicidal Ultra Bleach (KIK)|
|Number of disinfecting claims||39||27|
|Registered to kill multiple strains of MRSA, including CA-MRSA||✓|
|Registered to kill norovirus (leading cause of foodborne illness, including stomach flu†)||✓|
|Registered to kill 2 of the leading viruses that cause the common cold||✓|
|Contact time required to kill hepatitis B and C viruses||5 minutes||10 minutes|
|Number of human influenza strains product is registered to kill||3||2|
|Contact time required to kill C. difficile spores||5 minutes||10 minutes|
The EPA only requires a sanitizer to kill Salmonella typhi to pass the food-contact sanitizer test. Clorox® Germicidal Bleach1 goes one step further with claims on both E. coli and listeria in addition to salmonella.
With the dosage requirements for general disinfection cut in half, both new compact sizes of Clorox® Germicidal Bleach1, 121 oz. and 64 oz., provide better value when comparing number of uses per case for general disinfection.
Additional benefits to commercial end-users abound with less storage space required and easier product handling. Plus, our dilution tools minimize prep time, decrease labor costs and ensure proper measurement.
Ergonomically enhanced packaging is easy to pour, handle, carry and store.
Clorox® Germicidal Bleach1 is EPA-registered in all 50 states and meets CDC and APIC guidelines for surface disinfection of the toughest healthcare pathogens. It meets OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards and FDA guidelines for sanitizing food-contact surfaces. Clorox developed specialized technology and manufacturing processes to create a lower salt concentration than original bleach in order to maintain a 12-month shelf life.
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