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Diversey Virex II Mint Disinfectant, case of 4 gallons

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Virex II 256 One-Step Disinfectant Cleaner Deodorant Mint, 1 gal, 4 Bottles/CT

- Virex meets OSHA's BloodBorne pathogen standards for HBV and HIV
- One-step quaternary disinfectants cleaner and deodorant to clean and disinfect hard surfaces in hospitals, nursing homes and other facilities
- Provides broad spectrum kill of microorganisms including HBV, HIV-1, VRE, MRSA, GRSA, MRSE, VISA, PRSP, Herpes Simplex Types 1&2, Influenza Type A2, Adenovirus, Rotavirus and many more
- Highly concentrated quaternary formula provides excellent one-step, cost effective cleaner and disinfection
- Kills the organisms that cause odors and works as an odor counteractant to further eliminate odors not associated with bacteria
- Use-solution is neutral to floor finish so it will not dull, pit or soften floor finishes

Global Product Type : Cleaners & Detergents-Disinfectant/Cleaner
Application : Disinfectant/Cleaner
Scent : Mint
Dilution Ration: 1:256
Physical Form : Liquid
Packing Type : Bottle
Dirt Types : Bacteria,Dust,Fungus,Germs,Grime,Mildew,Mold,Organic Matter,Viruses,Water-Based Soil
Applicable Material : Ceramics,Enamel,Fiberglass,Finished/Sealed Wood,Laminates,Metal,Plastic,Sealed/Engineered Stone,Vinyl
Capacity (Volume) : 1 gal
Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent : 0%
Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent : 0%
Total Recycled Content Percent : 0%


Count: 4 EA / Carton
Weight: 37.0 lbs / Carton
Dimensions: 12.62" x 9.87" x 15.25"
  • Model: DVO04332





Diversey Virex II Mint Disinfectant, case of 4 gallons

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