SaniZide Pro 1™ Surface Disinfectant Wipes 150 wipe container
**Wipe size: 6" x 6.75"
Effective against 48 microorganisms in one-minute
T. mentag (general Fungicidal claim)
Poliovirus, Norovirus, Rhinovirus
And many more
Ideal for use in:
Medical or Dental Offices
Ambulatory Surgical Centers
Other Healthcare Related Institutions
One Step, One MinuteSafetec’s SaniZide Pro 1 is a broad spectrum, EPA Registered surface disinfectant that combines cleaning and disinfecting in one simple step with its ready-to-use, alcohol-based hospital-grade formula. SaniZide Pro 1 makes staying compliant even easier by reducing the risk of cross-contamination with true, one-minute kill claims that are effective at killing 48 microorganisms and safe for repeated use on hard, non-porous surfaces.
Disclosure: US States Right to Know Act This surface disinfectant product contains Ethanol (CAS 64-17-5) as a disinfectant, which in California is considered to be carcinogenic to humans when ingested in the form of an alcoholic beverage [IARC 1]. This surface disinfectant product also contains the following ingredients which do not appear on any listing of chemicals of concern as designated by the State of California or the European Union: Purified Water (CAS 7732-18-5) as a diluent Propylene Glycol (CAS 57-55-6) as a solvent Citric Acid (CAS 77-92-9) as a pH adjuster Decyl Glucoside (CAS 68515-73-1) as a surfactant Didecyldimonium Chloride (CAS 7173-51-5) as a disinfectant Lauryl Glucoside (CAS 110615-47-9) as a surfactant
Safetec of America’s Statement: Improper use of Disinfectants Due to recent speculation that using surface disinfectants might internally treat COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2), we want to be clear that Safetec of America’s surface disinfectants should not, under any circumstances, be ingested, injected, applied externally, or administered into the body through any other route. Our disinfectants, as well as our other products, should only be used in accordance with the label instructions. Introducing these products into the human body can cause irreversible harm. If you have questions about the novel Coronavirus, please contact your healthcare provider or visit a reputable source like the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO).