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CaviWipes1 next generation disinfectant wipe

October 8, 2012

TotalCare has launched a next generation surface disinfectant wipe, CaviWipes1. The new wipes are low-alcohol surface disinfectant/cleaner wipes that offer materials compatibility with a kill time of one-minute for TB and all other labeled organisms the company said.

“The all new CaviWipes1 were designed specifically with the dental hygienist and assistant in mind,” said Todd Norbe, president of TotalCare. “Working as fast they do, CaviWipes1 provides ease and convenience, while maintaining the trust you can have that your space will be cleaned and disinfected effectively in just one minute."

CaviWipes1 are EPA-registered, nonwoven disinfecting towelettes presaturated with CaviCide1, proven to kill TB, HBV, HCV, HIV-1, MRSA and many other pathogens in one minute. The durable nonabrasive wipes won’t bunch up during use, and provide users with easy-to-use, time saving convenience requiring less force to apply solution to a surface the company said.

Another feature is better fluid capacity that keeps the cloths fully saturated rather than pooling at the bottom of the canister. The multi-purpose towelettes are touted to do the job of three products—cleaner, disinfectant, and decontaminant—and in the process save money by reducing inventory, space, and time. CaviWipes1 are recommended for use on nonporous surfaces, fixtures, and equipment.
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