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SCRUBS Do-it ALL Germicidal Cleaner Wipes

SCRUBS Do-it ALL Germicidal Cleaner Wipes

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Use on most hard, nonporous surfaces to clean, disinfect and deodorize. Safe to use in schools, health clubs, athletic facilities, airports, grocery stores, shopping centers, delicatessens and banquet halls. Effective against MRSA, VRE, norovirus, HIV-1 AIDS virus, TB, E. coli, E. coli 157:H7, salmonella, pseudomonas, staph, feline calicivirus and others. Disinfects half mask respirators, goggles, face shields, gas masks, full face breathing apparatus, shopping carts, changing tables, cabinets, computers, countertops, desks, doorknobs, garbage cans, headsets, railings, seats, sinks, telephones, and gym equipment, including wrestling mats. Towel/Wipe Type: Wet Wipes Application: General Purpose Applicable Material: Non-Porous Surfaces.ITW98028. 98028. SCRUBS SCRUBS Do-it ALL Germicidal Cleaner Wipes.

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rocio C.
San Antonio, TX
121 reviews
I love these especially since I'm a first time mommy and a big germ freak lol i feel satisfaction and relief that my little one is germ free. I always carry these with me
I love these especially since I'm a first time mommy and a big germ freak lol i feel satisfaction and relief that my little one is germ free. I always carry these with me
Krista V.
Home Sweet Home Expert Level 1
449 reviews
Decent price and it is very good quality. I like these wipes and they work great for the situation they are needed for.
Decent price and it is very good quality. I like these wipes and they work great for the situation they are needed for.
Samantha G.
Windsor, ON
251 reviews
These little wipes are really awesome especially when you are a first time mom!
These little wipes are really awesome especially when you are a first time mom!
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