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Vet Cleanse Instrument Disinfectant

  • 2 litre Bottle £44.57


Vet Cleanse Instrument Disinfectant is an odour-free, non staining or tainting sanitiser for cleaning and disinfecting surgical instruments and tools as part of a routine programme.

This safe and affordable solution can be used with any heat sensitive equipment, and for best results should be used in conjunction with Vet Cleanse Enzymatic Cleanser.

Usage applications

  • Broad spectrum biocide highly effective against Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi and Yeasts.
  • Cleans and protects without Abrasion, Bleaching, Odour or Taint
  • Suitable for use on all materials, including Metal, Glass, Plastics, Rubber and Polymers

Directions for use

Cleaning-Sanitisation: Use at a dilution of 1:100 for high level disinfection of instruments.

Precleaning: Pre-Clean instruments first using Vet-Cleanse Enzymatic Cleaner. Rinse thoroughly, soak in Vet-Cleanse Instrument Disinfectant at a dilution of 1:100 for 10 minutes. Rinse instruments thoroughly using water after the disinfecting process.

Anti-Microbial Efficiacy

High Level Instrument Disinfectant passes European Tests (BS EN 1276, 1657, & 14204). Proven effectiveness at use dilution against MRSA, HBV (Hepatitis B), TB (Mycobacteria), Gastrointestinal bacteria (Salmonella, Listeria, Shingella) and Fungi (Candida, Aspergillus).

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