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Chlor Clean???
#73557 27/08/18 12:25 AM
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Is this acceptable for medical device cleaning ?
Any thoughts


ERRATIC MEANS STATIC SO BE ERRATIC AND NOT STATIC
WE ARE ALL IN THE NHS AND THIS IS
"ERRATIC AND STATIC"
Re: Chlor Clean???
Electric Blobby #73730 22/10/18 2:27 PM
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No. Nasty corrosive stuff that sneaks through casing seams. We use Clinell wipes as standard on all medical equipment now, and keep the Chlorclean for benchtops etc.

Re: Chlor Clean???
Electric Blobby #73734 22/10/18 10:19 PM
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Warm, soapy water is the answer (as it has been for decades ) - it is also the cheapest by far. Apply using a soft, clean, cloth; or kitchen-style sponges that are cheap enough to be used just once or twice. Cotton buds come in handy in "nooks and crannies". Wipe off with paper tissues that are then binned.

Only use solvents and (or) aggressive detergents or disinfectants when absolutely necessary (if at all). smile


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