Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant, 32 ozBy Rescue
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Ready to Use Rescue Disinfectant (formerly known as Accel) is a one-step cleanser that provides deodorizing, germicidal, and disinfecting properties. It's designed for use in veterinary environments such as animal grooming or housing facilities, small animal facilities, clinics, pet stores, and kennels, to disinfect and clean non-porous, hard surfaces. It dissolves lab stains, mold stains, blood, girme, dirt, and other stains quickly. A sprayer is not included with the 32-ounce bottle.
Who is Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant, 32 oz for?
Animal veterinary clinics, facilities, treatment facilities, animal hospitals, surgical suites, transportation vehicles and other small animal facilities.
Why use Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant, 32 oz?
Rescue Disinfectant: With simple, one-step disinfection, you may save time and money. Animals, humans, and surfaces are unaffected by the ingredients. Because users are not exposed to VOCs, no PPE is required. Aids in the reduction of environmental effect on animals and humans and improvement of the environment. Hydrogen peroxide is a substance that decomposes into oxygen and water. Suitable with a variety of materials and protects assets. It comes in a ready-to-use solution that doesn't require mixing. In about 30 seconds to 1 minute, it kills a wide range of organisms.
How does Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant, 32 oz work?
Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant utilizes analytic hierarchy process (AHP). It has a proprietary and synergistic chemical combination that works in tandem with hydrogen peroxide to boost the product's germicidal properties and cleaning efficiency. Because it successfully eliminates bacteria, hydrogen peroxide is recognized to pose no harm to the user.
Virox Animal Health
Hydrogen Peroxide 0.5%
How is Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant, 32 oz sold?
32 oz bottle (sprayer NOT included)
What special precautions are there?
Only use this product according to label directions. Using it in any other way is a violation of federal law. Keep away from animals and children. This product is harmful and toxic to aquatic invertebrates, fish, and birds. Exercise caution when using this product in an indoor setting. It can be dangerous to animals.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Rescue Ready to Use Disinfectant, 32 oz?
For additional disposal instructions, contact your local solid waste agency or 1-800-CLEANUP. If you're going to burn the product, stay away from the smoke. If permitted by local authorities, you may pierce and dispose in a hygienic landfill or incinerate. This container should not be reused or refilled. This container can be recycled or discarded. This product's trash can be disposed of on site or at a licensed waste disposal facility. Keep the product upright in its original container, unopened. When not in use, keep it locked up and out of reach of minors. Keep away from direct sunshine and heat. This container isn't meant to be reused or refilled. Protect yourself from the cold. When storing or disposing, do not contaminate water, food, or feed. Keep the container cold and dry.
There is no need to dilute the disinfectant. It works well on non-porous, small surfaces, such as handling equipment, grooming equipment, cages, and exam tables.
To use as a deodorizer and/or cleaner: Spray at a distance of 6 to 8 inches away from the hard, non-porous surface. Allow to dry naturally. Fungicidal and virucidal after 30 seconds-1 minute Tuberculocidal and bactericidal after 1 minutes Broad-spectrum non-food contact sanitizer after 10 seconds Non-critical, pre-cleaned instruments may be disinfected as follows: 1. Instruments must be carefully pre-cleaned, washed, and rough dried to eliminate any organic residue. 2. Before spraying with this chemical, clean and rinse the lumens of hollow instruments. 3. Spray this product on all instrument surfaces until they are completely moist. 4. Set aside for one minute. 5. Wipe clean with a moist paper or cloth towel and air dry. Items that merely come into touch with undamaged skin are classified as non-critical medical equipment. Note: After cleaning critical and semi-critical devices, a terminal sterilization/high-level disinfection treatment is required. Animal housing facilities in hospitals or veterinary clinics: Watering and feeding equipment, catteries, kennels, cages, instruments, utensils, other hard, non-porous surfaces should be cleaned and disinfected. 1. Remove any animals and feed from the premises, as well as animal transport trucks, crates, and other crates. 2. Clean all trash, droppings, and manure from the floors, walls, and surfaces of animal-inhabited or -traveled facilities. 3. Remove any watering devices, feeding devices, racks, and troughs and empty (or cover) them. 4. Use soap or detergent to deep clean all surfaces before rinsing with potable water. 5. Using a spray bottle, saturate all surfaces with the solution until they are completely saturated. All surfaces must be soaked for 1 minute to disinfect. 6. Submerge any halters, ropes, and other restraining equipment used on animals, and also on scrapers, shovels, and forks used to remove manure and litter. 7. Make sure buildings and other enclosed locations are well ventilated. Animals should not be housed or equipment used until the treatment has is dried, set, or absorbed. 8. Spray water appliances, fountains, automatic feeders, troughs, and feed racks with solution and allow sit for 1 minute to disinfect. Then, using soap or detergent, scrub all affected surfaces well before rinsing with potable water. Important Information Using this product in a way that contradicts its labeling is illegal under federal law. This product should not be used as a high level disinfectant or terminal sterilant on any instrument or surface that (1) is introduced directly into the human body, either in contact with or into the bloodstream or normally sterile areas of the body, or (2) contacts intact mucous membranes but does not normally penetrate the blood barrier or enter normally sterile areas of the body. Prior to sterilization or high-level disinfection, this solution can be used to pre-clean or decontaminate semi-critical or critical medical devices. As a One-Step Cleaner and Disinfectant: 1. Thoroughly clean extremely dirty surfaces before proceeding. 2. Spray at a distance of 6" to 8" from the surface. 3. Leave the surfaces moist for 1 minute. 4. Dry the surfaces with a damp cloth or let them air dry.
Hydrogen Peroxide 0.5%