* Use as directed on hard, nonporous surfaces.
*Use as directed on pre-cleaned, hard nonporous surfaces.
Wipe out some of the most common MRDOs† in just one minute — and C. difficile spores in five minutes* — with Dispatch® Hospital Cleaner Disinfectant Towels with Bleach.
*Use as directed on pre-cleaned hard, nonporous surfaces.
†Acinetobacter baumannii, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, methicilin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant E. faceium (VRE). See list for additional Multidrug Resistant Organisms
OSHA has approved the use of bleach solutions as an effective means of protecting healthcare workers from the risk of contamination by bloodborne pathogens.1
Gross contamination (visible soil) must be cleaned up first with soap and water, then followed by use of the bleach solution for disinfecting.
OSHA has recognized the use of bleach solutions as an effective means of protecting healthcare workers from the risk of contamination by bloodborne pathogens.
1 Source: OSHA Instruction CPL 02-02-069, November 27, 2001. Use as directed on hard, nonporous surfaces.
Dispatch® Hospital Cleaner Disinfectant Towels with Bleach are ready to use and come in a range of sizes to meet your specific needs.
|COUNT/PACKAGING||TOWEL SIZE||USE||KEY BENEFITS|
|150 ct. Canister||6.75" x 8"||Multi-surface general purpose cleaning and disinfecting||Select-a-size packaging feature allows you to control number of towels dispensed|
|40 ct. Patient Transport Packs||8" x 10"||Mobile cleaning and disinfecting during patient transport||Resealable package has fasteners that easily attach to IV poles, wheelchairs and gurneys|
|60 ct. Soft Pack||9" x 10"||Large surface cleaning and disinfecting||Resealable package maintains towel moistness|
|50 ct. Box of Individually Packaged Towels||7" x 8"||On-the-go disinfecting, such as at blood draw and nursing stations||Individual packages convenient for precision cleaning and disinfecting|
It’s easy to disinfect hard, nonporous surfaces quickly,in just one step.
For any surfaces that contain electronics, please consult manufacturer’s instructions.
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