Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes

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  • Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) are constantly evolving, and that’s why Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Disinfectants are, too.
  • Whether you choose our wipes, spray or liquid cleaner, an improved formulation maintains fast disinfection efficacy while improving surface compatibility and residue profile to meet the needs of a changing healthcare environment.
  • Built to kill nearly 60 microorganisms in 3 minutes or less, our cleaners are ready to use and proven to be effective in the battle for a germ-free facility.
  • Use Sites: Medical, Dental, Veterinary, Laboratory, General use.

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7 reviews for Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes

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    Mehgan

    I currently have a very stubborn C. Diff infection. I was really scared about my house getting contaminated. I tried using the general Clorox Clean Up Cleaner with Bleach, but after just doing the bathroom counters + toilet, I was dying. The bleach was so strong. I have asthma, so we had fans going, all the windows open. It took hours to go away in our apartment.Let me tell you. I just got these wipes, and I used them to clean my whole bathroom at once, even the floors. They are a GODSEND. They have the same 1:10 ratio required to kill C. Diff and they’re EPA registered to do so. The wipes are strong, large, and fully saturated, so a simple wipe down is more than sufficient to get the surface wet and it to remain so for the required 4 minutes. Pair these with gloves and you are all set! The smell is literally almost non-existant for me.. it’s barely 10% of what the spray was. That alone makes them worth it. If you have something like C. Diff, or a family member does, PLEASE get these. You won’t regret it. Having this bacteria is bad enough, but this product makes the cleaning easier at least, cause the spores can survive for months on surfaces.

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    Samantha

    I work as a nurse and as such, I am surrounded daily by bacteria. I purchased these wipes to wipe off my work shoes and cell phone on a regular basis. These wipes kill the tough bacteria that alcohol based products cannot- such as c. diff. My cousin, who is also a nurse, just dealt with her baby being infected with c.diff. Her doctor attributed this to being brought home on the bottom of her work shoes. The day I heard that, I placed this order. Just be careful not to accidentally get bleach stains on your clothes/carpet/furniture in the process.

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    M

    Let’s cut right to the chase – nothing kills C Diff except for prolonged exposure to bleach. Alcohol, Lysol, acid, heat, etc – they are all laughed at by this hated bacteria. Obviously scrubbing your hands with soap and water like you’re about to do surgery is crucial after you use the bathroom and before you eat or drink anything, but in terms of killing any of the CDiff spores on surfaces, it has to be bleach and it’s supposed to sit wet for roughly 4 minutes.No, regular Clorox wipes do not contain bleach and do not kill C Diff spores.No, your Purell will not do the job.These are part of a line from Clorox that is their Healthcare Germicidal brand. I was able to purchase Clorox Germicidal bleach from a hardware store, but couldn’t find the wipes anywhere so I checked Amazon and lo and behold they’re here. I used the bleach mixed 1PartBleach:9PartsWater in spray bottles for floors, bathrooms, counters, but it’s messy and there’s no way I was going to start spraying doorknobs and light switches and anything over/near carpet – anything where overspray was going to ruin my day. That’s where these wipes come in SO handy.Obviously wear gloves when you use them – you don’t want to be saturating your hands in bleach. And don’t use them on fabric or yourself or anything else that doesn’t line up in the Common Sense sphere. These are for hard surfaces. Toilets, handles, light switches, door knobs/locks, keys – I used them on all of the condiments in the kitchen and after 5 minutes rinsed all of the bottles off. I wiped ANY hard surface that could be found in the house – fridge handles, buttons on appliances, I used them on my iphone which has a stick-on hard cover and an Otterbox case, I wiped down appliances big and small (most of mine are stainless steel but I didn’t care. Honestly if you’re reading this thinking “Geez this person is crazy” then you’ve never had C Diff or dealt with caring for someone who has. It really is THAT hateful, contagious, deadly and hard to get rid of.)On a personal note, I highly recommend having these around not just for using on items where messy overspray would be problematic, but also when you’re first dealing with CDiff you are EXHAUSTED and although these cost more than making your own spray bottles of bleach solution, you aren’t faced with waiting 5 minutes of soaked areas and then mopping up and mopping with plain water, all the while running back and forth to the bathroom crying and wondering why you were smited down with this illness, and terrified that you are going to sicken someone in your house. These wipes are WAY easier, and you just wipe down and then walk away (to the bathroom for the 20th time of the day) and let it air dry. If it’s an area where food is, then yes come back and wipe with a wet cloth at some later point, but that was really just the kitchen counters and such.I personally used these wipes when I got sick with CDiff and my family escaped unscathed.This particular size in the canister is great for using at home. I will say that I wasn’t a fan of using the flip top lid where you pull the sheet through the little plastic hole. I would just pop the whole top off and take a sheet that way – I felt that they stayed wetter and thus took longer to dry on surfaces (you want it to stay wet for roughly 4 minutes to kill all of the CDiff spores).

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    A_Mom

    Nurse told me hand sanitizer doesn’t kill flu and then I learned Lysol wipes don’t kill norovirus (what most stomach viruses come from). So I decided to purchase these just for peace of mind as we have new baby and two older siblings coming home from school with viruses. I cleaned all surfaces and door knobs and bathrooms with these and well… no one else got sick. Definitely gotta watch the bleach though as it may take color out of clothes when you lean against sink.

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    D. M.

    Product itself is fine, but this arrived with the top having come off and soaking in its own liquid. Gross and unprofessional of the folks shipping not to take greater care. That lid needs to be held down, not just the whole container placed in a bag.

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    Rockriver

    After my wife came down with C-diff, we spent a lot of time cleaning countertops with Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, thinking that we were limiting the spread of the C-diff spores. We were not. Clorox Disinfecting Wipes are advertised to kill “99.9% of bacteria.” Well, C-diff spores are part of that 0.1%. Eventually we learned that Clorox is a brand name, not a chemical, and that the Clorox Disinfecting wipes you buy at your local retail store do not contain chlorine bleach, and that is what you need to kill C-diff.However, Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes do contain bleach and will kill C-diff when used as directed (you need to let the solution sit on the surface for a few minutes before you wipe it off.) I could not find it locally at any retail store. I talked to a couple of medical supply stores and they would order it for me only if I needed several cases. Fortunately, Amazon had single bottles available.There is an alternative to this stuff – just use household bleach.

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    Emily

    I purchased three of the Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes for c.diff cleanup at my mother’s house. One of the canisters did not have the blue lid snapped on tightly and leaked liquid down the sides of the canister, through the plastic wrap, and into the shipping box. I’m hoping there is enough liquid left in the canister to properly do the job.

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