$29.95

Disinfectant + Sanitizer - 500ppm (1 gal / Ready to Use)

Our Disinfectant + Sanitizer is hospital grade disinfectant, EPA approved for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, Norovirus, Rhinovirus, and HIV, superbugs like MRSA and C.Diff., and other drug-resistant bacteria.

Clean 50,000 sq.ft. in one hour, using only

one gallon. 

how it works

Disinfects
for use against a wide range of bacteria and viruses including SARS-CoV-2, MRSA, Salmonella, Pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus, C. diff spores, HIV, Norovirus, and Rhinovirus.

DEODORIZES
for use against the bacteria that cause odors, leaving no scent behind.

GERMS OFF
Reduces cross-contamination by stopping the spread of germs before it starts.

APPROVED FOR USE ON

FURNITURE
Tables, chairs, cabinets, cribs, high chairs, changing tables, swings and more, without damaging finishes or fabrics.

KID AND PET TOYS
Plush, plastic or wooden toys, book covers for babies, and chew toys for pets.

GEAR AND ELECTRONICS
Cell phones, desktops and laptops, tablets, TVs, car seats, strollers, and even nursing pumps.

CONTAINS
No carcinogenic preservatives
No alcohol, Phenol, or VOCs
No additives

FAQ's

I see that the Disinfectant + Sanitizer is used in schools and hospitals, but can I use it at home?
Yes. Clean Republic is an excellent disinfectant to use in homes. Some of the best places to use it at home are in bathrooms, high-contact surfaces, and in the kitchen to keep food-contact surfaces clean.
With so many Disinfectants + Sanitizers on the market, why should I choose Clean Republic?
The easiest way to answer this question is simply, not all disinfectants are created equal. When evaluating and comparing disinfectant products, take a close look at their core ingredients. Clean Republic uses a unique chemical compound called hypochlorous acid. While other competitors and manufacturers have attempted to copy and produce a form of stabilized hypochlorous acid similar to Clean Republic, our revolutionary formula is simply unequaled. Hypochlorous acid was used in WWI for wound cleaning, in restaurants for food prep surfaces, and more recently to kill MRSA in schools and C-DIFF in hospitals. Also consider carefully what kind of chemicals you want around yourself, your children, employees, patients, students, and close family members. Most disinfectants on the market are extremely toxic, but Clean Republic Disinfectant + Sanitizer gives you peace of mind that you are using an effective product that does not come with alarming safety warnings and precautions.
What’s the difference between a Disinfectant and a Cleaner?
Cleaners are not registered with the EPA and cannot make public health claims on their label such as killing germs or having any anti-microbial action.
What is a Hospital Disinfectant?
As part of the EPA registration process, disinfectant products are put through rigorous testing to prove their efficacy and measure toxicity. The EPA registers three types of disinfectants: Limited, General, and Hospital. All three disinfectants destroy or irreversibly inactivate certain microorganisms on hard, inanimate surfaces and objects. You can determine a “limited,” “general,” or “hospital” disinfectant by the microorganisms listed on the label.

Limited must be supported by efficacy testing against either Salmonella cholerasuis or Staphylococcus aureus. Limited disinfectants are found mostly in household use.

General must be supported by efficacy testing against both Salmonella cholerasuis and Staphylococcus aureus. General disinfectants are used in commercial areas.
Hospital must be supported by AOAC Use Dilution or AOAC Germicidal Spray efficacy testing against Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella cholerasuis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa hides behind biofilm and is difficult to eliminate. Killing this bacterium is required for “Hospital Disinfectant”.

Also, as part of this evaluation process, products are assigned to a toxicity category: The categories range from category 1 (highly toxic) to category 4 (no exposure warnings required on the label). Clean Republic Disinfectant + Sanitizer received an EPA category 4 rating for all exposure routes with the exception of eye irritation if direct contact is made.
What is a Sanitizer?
A substance, or mixture of substances, intended to reduce the number of microorganisms on inanimate surfaces or in water or air (FIFRA § 4(i)(4)(C)(i)).
Can this product be used as a produce wash?
Clean Republic is OMRI Listed, with restrictions, meaning it may be used in certified organic production or food processing and handling according to the USDA National Organic Program regulations.

Restrictions: May be used in direct contact with post-harvest crop or food at levels approved by the FDA or the EPA for such a purpose. Such use must include a final rinse and residual chlorine levels in final rinse water shall not exceed the Maximum Residual Disinfectant Limit under the Safe Drinking Water Act, except that a final rinse is not required for use in FSIS inspected egg breaking facilities. When used as disinfectants and sanitizers for food contact surfaces, may be used up to maximum labeled rates and rinsing is not required unless mandated by the label use directions. May be used up to maximum labeled rates for disinfecting and sanitizing equipment or tools. No intervening event is necessary before equipment is used in organic production.
Can I clean and Disinfect at the same time?
In some cases, you can clean and disinfect at the same time, but this depends on how dirty the surfaces you are cleaning/disinfecting are—the dirtier the surface the less effective the disinfectant. Disinfectants need to contact the area to disinfect and cannot do this effectively with a barrier of dirt or grime in the way. Once the dirt has been wiped away the disinfectant can get to work. Under lightly soiled conditions, you can clean and disinfect in the same step with just Clean Republic Disinfectant + Sanitizer. (NOTE: EPA requires all disinfectants carry the following label direction: “For heavily soiled areas, a pre-cleaning step is required.”)
Do you have a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for this product?
Yes, see SDS HERE.
Are there any PPE Requirements when applying the Clean Republic D+S?
We are considered a Category IV toxicity product by the EPA which is the lowest rating of toxicity available for a disinfectant. There are no PPE requirements for applying our products.
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