Chlorine compounds( Texwipe Bru-Clean TbC)

In general, "Hypochlorites are the most widely used of the chlorine disinfectants. They are available as liquid or solid (e.g calcium hypochlorite). The most prevalent chlorine products in the United States are aqueous solutions of 5.25%–6.15% sodium hypochlorite, usually called household bleach. They have a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity, do not leave toxic residues, are unaffected by water hardness, are inexpensive and fast acting, remove dried or fixed organisms and biofilms from surfaces, and have a low incidence of serious toxicity.*"

Texwipe offers Bru-Clean TbC, a bleach substitute in a premeasured tablet form, 270 tablets per bottle. Bru-Clean TbC is an EPA-registered bactericidal disinfectant, with 32 kill claims.

It is less corrosive and has less odor than liquid bleach.  The disinfecting solution is made at the point of use just by adding one Bru-Clean tablet per one gallon of water.

Bru-Clean has the kill claims against non-enveloped viruses like Poliovirus type 1, Hepatitis A Virus, 2 types of Parvovirus, Norovirus and, according to EPA and Center for Disease Control(CDC) guidance, may be recommended for the disinfection of hard, non-porous surfaces infected with non-enveloped and enveloped viruses (to what Ebola virus belongs to).

(please see attached data sheet)

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