Choosing the Best Disinfectant Wipes

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What are Benzalkonium Chloride (BZK) Antiseptic Wipes used for?
Benzalkonium Chloride (BZK) Antiseptic Wipes are non-sting, alcohol free, hygienic cleansing towels used to sterilize skin and surfaces. Benzalkonium Chloride, the most commonly antimicrobial preservative, is the particular functional ingredient used in Weston’s BZK Antiseptic Wipes. BZK was at first used in hard contact lens solutions, but nowadays it is applied everywhere. So for those who are sensitive to alcohol wipes, BZK Antiseptic Wipes can be a better choice.

What are alcohol wipes used for?

With the recommendation of CDC, wipes with at least 60% alcohol concentration can effectively kill virus-causing bacteria. While Weston alcohol wipes have 70%, leading to kill 99.9% of germs that could cause sickness. In order to disinfect effectively, let the alcohol remain wet for 30 seconds, that is to say, after applying, don’t immediately wipe it dry—wait for at least 30 seconds.

What are Quaternary Disinfectant Wipes used for?

Weston's Quaternary Disinfectant Wipes are recommended for use in hospitals ,long term care facilities, clinics, labs etc. They can be used on washable hard and nonporous surfaces. Combining fast kill times with outstanding material compatibility in each single wipe, Weston’s Quaternary Disinfectant Wipes can deliver effective cleaning and disinfecting in your daily life. Joomla 3.3 Templates