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Disinfectant, Disinfecting Agent - discontinued

Disinfectant, Disinfecting Agent - discontinued
Size:    (1 litre)
Price:   £0.00
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Eliminates harmful microorganisms and is biodegradable.
  • GNLD Disinfectant has been specifically formulated for cleaning surfaces which need to be both cleaned and disinfected. It is equally effective whether used in hot or cold water. It may be used at home, at school, in boarding schools, hospitals, public buildings, veterinary clinics, hotels, gymnasiums, dressing rooms and any other public place where good hygiene is important. GNLD Disinfectant does not mask unpleasant smells, but it actually destroys the source of odours altogether.
  • Cleans and disinfects. Can be used in the home, hospitals and factories.
  • Eliminates harmful microorganisms. Has disinfectant properties that destroy various bacteria, microbes and fungi.
  • Convenient and economical. This product should be used in a dilution of 1:100 or 1:200.
  • Use disinfectant safely. Always read the label and product description before use.
  • GNLD Disinfectant, in a normal dilution of 1:200, is a powerful and hygienic cleaner. It is an extremely versatile, GNLD Disinfectant can be used on all surfaces you need to clean and disinfect while at the same time removing unpleasant odours. It is highly concentrated. We suggest that you carefully read the label before using it in order to obtain the best results safely. GNLD Disinfectant can be applied with a damp cloth, a sponge, or sprayed. Wet the whole surface to be cleaned, rinse and remove any excess liquid with a mop. It can be used in either hot or cold water. Dilute the product 1:100 in order to clean, disinfect and deodorise patients rooms, floors, communal areas, kitchens and waiting rooms. GNLD Disinfectant acts against the following micro-organisms: staphylococcus aureus, corynebacterium diphtheria, streptococcus faecalis, Escherichia coli, pseudomonas aeruginosa, salmonella choleraesius.