Sani-Cloth® Bleach Wipes Training

Sani-Cloth® Bleach Wipes Training



your facility has chose Santa cloth bleach germicidal disposable wipes for use with norovirus and Clostridium difficile and in endemic or outbreak situations and can be used on hard non-porous surfaces throughout the facility to help control outbreaks especially in isolation rooms and high-risk areas where the control of the hazards of cross-contamination between treated surfaces is of primary importance its 4-minute contact time is proven to be effective against 50 micro organisms such as mdro s bacteria TB viruses and pathogenic fungi and blood-borne pathogens including Clostridium difficile and norovirus sani cloth bleach is a non woven disposable cloth pre-moistened with a stabilized bleach solution the following section provides step-by-step instruction on product use techniques procedures and protocols necessary to ensure proper compliance when using sandy cloth bleached germicidal disposable wipes to clean and disinfect blood and bodily fluids be sure to wear gloves and other personal protective equipment as appropriate and always dispense wipes through the canister lid step 1 prepare the canister to prepare the canister to dispense the first wipe find center of wipe roll then twist corner of wipe into a point and thread through the hole in the canister lid next pull through about one inch and replace the lid there is no need to mix or measure the pre saturated wipes have the correct amount of germicidal solution saving valuable time step2 dispensing a wipe when dispensing a wipe open the lid and cup one hand covering the opening halfway with your other hand remove a single wipe with a uniform pull out and away from your face and eyes close the lid so it's snap shut to prevent moisture loss step 3 cleaning before wiping a surface determine if there is heavy soil present if you can see dust dirt blood or other organic material you will need to clean prior to disinfection this step is required only if heavy soil is present to clean use first wipe to remove any heavy soil from the surface make sure all of the soil is removed using more wipes if necessary you do not need to wait the contact time for the cleaning step step for disinfecting to disinfect there must be no visible soil on the surface dispense a wipe using the proper procedure in step 2 be sure to close the lid using the clean wipe thoroughly wipe the surface getting into crevices and corners the highly absorbent material has improved fluid capacity and is both thick and strong the treated surface must remain wet for the full four minutes please note what looks wet on one surface may look different on another surface type evaporation rates are affected by room humidity temperature and airflow these factors must be taken into consideration when following label directions use additional wipes if needed to assure continuous 4-minute wet contact time once the 4-minute contact time is complete allow the surface to air dry completely step 5 wipe disposal dispose of used wipe in trash or in accordance with your facility's regulations for infectious waste disposal do not flush in toilet do not reuse the wipe when using any powerful germicidal wipe there are precautions to consider these wipes are not for use on skin this is not a baby wipe Sani cloth bleach is non carcinogenic sani cloth bleach product expiration date is stamped on the canister this product has an 11 month shelf life

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