Direction in using CaviCideCaviCide1 is a multipurpose decontaminant or disinfectant cleaner for nonporous, hard surfaces. It is extremely effective in eliminating a broad variety of viruses, bacteria, and fungi in a minute. It prevents cross contamination and eliminates influenza, TB, BCG, salmonella, Candida, Acinetobacter baumannii, E. coli, Staph, hepatitis, HIV, and H1N1.

Proper Directions for Use

Clean any surface or object contaminated with bodily fluids before using the cleaner for disinfection. This is because you need to directly apply the cleaner on the surface to disinfect it.

When there’s visible debris, spray the cleaner onto the contaminated surface and then clean with a towel. Make sure to remove all debris. Afterwards, spray the cleaner once again onto the previously cleaned surface and wait one minute for the cleaner to do its job.

Wipe away the disinfected area. Note that if there is no debris on the surface needing decontamination, you don’t have to go through the pre-cleaning process—just proceed with the disinfection.

Important Storage and Handling Guidelines

As with all disinfectants, avoid getting the solution in your eyes and clothing. Wash hands with soap and water thoroughly after handling, as well as prior to drinking, eating, going to the toilet, and smoking. In case clothes get contaminated, wash thoroughly.

Because it contains flammable vapor and liquid, recommends keeping CaviCide1 away from sparks, flames, and heat, as well as other sources that can set off an explosion. Seal containers properly. Do not reuse containers, since they still contain residue of the disinfectant that may be harmful and cause accidental fires.

Approximately 75,000 people pass away in the United States every year due to HAI or healthcare-associated infections. In this regard, it is the responsibility of healthcare facilities to keep their spaces clean and properly disinfected at all times.