Our General Surface Sanitizer 19-20 is formulated with 70% Alcohol and Benzalkonium Chloride. Offering double protection which is achieved by the initial and immediate alcohol action followed by the residual anti-microbial properties of the Benzalkonium Chloride once the alcohol has evaporated.
Spray on general purpose formula, sanitizer for the use at home, place of worship or at the workplace. Sanitizes surfaces such as tables, counters, chairs, handles, switches, packaging, clothing, soles of shoes and any other surface to eradicate or control microbial activity.
Immediately effective potent alcohol action and fast evaporating.
Non-Toxic, Non-Corrosive, Non-Staining, Non-Irritant, Non-Carcinogenic and Biodegradable. Contains no Phenol, Chlorine or Aldehyde.
Our General Sanitizer is a leave-on spray application, it is not necessary to wipe down or rinse items after sanitizing.
Contains residual chemistry that continue to protect the surface after the alcohol has evaporated.
Non gel consistency
This ensures that the surface is smear free and does not build up a water sensitive “layer” of the gel component.
The sanitized surfaces remain clean and tack free which stops dirt and dust pick-up on the cleaned surfaces.
The synergistic combination of the 70% Alcohol content and the residual Benzalkonium Chloride gives an effective and lasting anti-microbial protection.
Active Ingredients Purpose
70% Alcohol, 0.3% Benzalkonium Chloride.
Antiseptic spray with residual anti-microbial action.
Aqua, Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Benzalkonium Chloride.
Understanding the vectors of microbial contamination will help you to determine which surfaces need to be sanitized regulary. All objects and surfaces that come into direct contact with your hands such as digital devices, furniture, doors, windows, packages, handbags, laptop bags, keys, writing equipment, even the bottom of your shoes which you touch when taking them off - should be frequently cleaned and sanitized.It's simple...if you’ve touched it, then sanitize it!
Airborne contamination is less likely, but probable where there are other people present in an area. Best practise will require sanitizing of all surfaces once the person/people have left the area - such as in offices, places of worship, at sales counters and collection points to name a few.