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Germicidal Cleaner Concentrate

  • 118224 (221592909) - (US-Lemon) Four 1 gal. / 3.8 L bottles
  • 109159 (221592905) - (US-Mint) Four 1 gal. / 3.8 L bottles
  • Product Details

    Germicidal Cleaner Concentrate is an economical heavy duty cleaner, disinfectant and deodorizer. EPA registered as a fungicide, virucide, disinfectant, sanitizer, and mildewstat. (See label under "Documents" for directions.)

    Mediclean Germicidal Cleaner Concentrate (“QGC,” EPA Reg. #70385-6) has demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to SARS-CoV-2 (as the surrogate for COVID-19) when used in accordance with the directions for use against Feline Calicivirus (as the surrogate for Norovirus/Norwalk virus) on hard, non-porous surfaces (see EPA List N).

    Germicidal Cleaner Concentrate has also demonstrated effectiveness against viruses similar to Monkeypox on hard, nonporous surfaces (see EPA List Q).

    Refer to the EPA website  for more information on Emerging Viral Pathogens.

    (Not available in Canada)

  • Specifications
    • Form: Liquid concentrate
    • Concentrate pH: 12.4
    • EPA registration no.: 70385-6
    • Storage and transport: Protect from freezing
    • Appearance: Transparent liquid
    • Flash point:
      • <200°F
      • 93.3°C
    • Specific gravity: 1.01 @ 77°F (25°C)
    • Xactimate: WTRGRM
    • Legend Rewards: 400
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  • Features
    • Suitable for use as a cleaner/deodorizer on non-porous surfaces that have been exposed to a sewer back-up, flooding or water damage
    • Sanitizes hard non-porous, non-food contact surfaces
    • To clean and disinfect non-porous personal protective equipment such as headgear, hard hats, respirators, etc.
    • Inhibits the growth of mold and mildew
    • Effective carpet deodorizer against odor-causing bacteria for home, institutional, industrial and use
    • Kills common household germs including Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pseudomonas), Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus faecalis, Human Coronavirus, Influenza A / Brazil, 2009 H1N1 flu virus, and Trichophyton mentagrophytes (the athlete's foot fungus), HIV-1, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C

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