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This disinfecting UV-Enclosure, which features a small 21 sq.
Granite Gold Disinfecting Wipes are available nationally at participating True Value Hardware and Ace Hardware stores, select Bed Bath & Beyond stores and several regional grocery chains such as Albertsons, Jewel-Osco, Cub Foods, Giant of Carlisle, Giant of Landover and Stop & Shop.
Whether you're washing, freshening or disinfecting with bleach, afterwards you'll need to rinse the system thoroughly with clean water.
To help stop the germ cycle, use Clorox[R] Disinfecting Wipes to kill germs on telephones, doorknobs, light switches, TV remote controls and any other frequently touched surfaces.
Common accessories would be an anti-scald or "thermoscopic" mix valve to dispense water to the tub fill and the shower wand, a hand-held shower wand with flexible hose, whirlpool jets or air jets for hydrotherapy, and possibly some means of automatically disinfecting the system.
TWC 135 Disinfecting Telephone Cleaning wipes clean and disinfect telephones, dictating equipment, earphones and other telecommunications equipment.
Although ultraviolet light and ozone can be used very effectively to disinfect water, these alone are not typically accepted methods of distribution system disinfection since once the water has passed the treatment units, there is no remaining disinfecting agent in the water.
Use a non-ammonia cleaner, as ammonia can interact with disinfecting bleach to create toxic chlorine gas.
Detailed information on disinfecting wells, floods and safe drinking water is available on the Internet at www.
A WARNING has been issued to farmers involved in disinfecting premises in wake of the foot and mouth outbreak.
Conmen believed to be using stolen machinery and posing as Ministry of Agriculture officials are preying on Midland farmers by charging for disinfecting premises against foot-and-mouth disease.
USDA is taking steps to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease into the United States, including conducting inspections and disinfecting footwear.