CloroxPro™ Clorox® Germicidal Bleach - 121 oz.

CloroxPro™ Clorox® Germicidal Bleach - 121 oz.

Item # CX-30966

  • Can be used for disinfecting, sanitizing, deodorizing, and removes mold and mildew on hard non-porous surfaces.
  • EPA registered to kill more than 70 pathogens
  • Meets EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, on hard non-porous surfaces
  • Eliminates odor causing bacteria and helps remove mold and mildew as it disinfects
  • Kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses including Norovirus, E. coli and Salmonella
121 oz., 3/cs
Manufacturer #: 30966
  • Flu+RSV+Covid Weapon
  • Most Popular
  • C.diff + MRSA Weapon
  • Attacks Pathogens
  • Attacks Norovirus + Ecoli
Others: $56.70/CS
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Healthcare Power.

Dangerous + Invisible + Pathogens

You Better Know . . . Not All Bleaches Same Power.

Bleach is NOT bleach . . . huge differences exist between "cheap bleach" and "healthcare bleach" you have a moral and ethical responsibility to understand.

This is a highly industrial-grade germicidal bleach containing 8.25% sodium hypochlorite . . . where "cheap" bleaches contain as little as 3% . . . if you have a duty to disinfect to protect employees & customers you better know the difference.

Clorox 30966 concentrated bleach contains 8.25% sodium hypochlorite (versus 5.25% of "cheap" bleach) and has been legally approved by the EPA to kill the following high-profile pathogens when diluted per label directions:

+ Cdiff =
5 minutes using 1/2 cup per gallon water.  Air dry.
+ COVID 19 = 5 minutes using 1/2 cup per gallon water.  Air dry.
+ TB = 10 minutes using 1/2 cup per gallon water.  Air dry.
+ Viruses = 5 minutes  (Parvoviruses = 10 minutes) using 1/2 cup per gallon water.  Air dry.
121 ounce container.  3 per case.  1 case = makes 46 gallons of cleaning solution.   24 month shelf-life.

Never  Ever :
+  re-use bleach solution from prior day.  Always prepare fresh solution daily.
+  use bleach on non-stainless steel, aluminum, silver or chipped enamel.
+  use near or with ammonia !

Don't risk serious law suits and/or fines by using "cheap" bleach that contains too low hypochlorite.  

When health and safety of others (including your own)  . . . just matters more.

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