Groomers' Tool Sanitizer
- Effective agains canine parainfluenza virus, ringworm, E.coli and more
- Easy to measure, dilute and dispense
- One-step cleaner, disinfectant and deodorizer
- In just 10 minutes, kills most bacteria and viruses found in animal facilities
- Great for cleaning pet carriers, cages and countertops
This pet sanitizer can be used as a soaking solution or as a surface spray. The Precision Pour bottle makes it safe and easy to use, measure, dilute and dispense. One 32 ounce bottle makes 16 gallons of sanitizer.
Storage: Store in original container in a cool, dry area. Keep from freezing.
Follow label instructions.
Remove bottle cap and squeeze bottle until the liquid reaches the desired level at either ½ per 32-ounces of water or 1 ounce per gallon of water.
To Clean Grooming Clippers and Electric Shears:
Measure ½ ounce of solution, add to a 32-ounce labeled spray bottle and fill with water. Remove hair and dust particles before treating blades. While the clipper/shear is running, hold in the downward position and spray. Do not spray the solution on the clipper case or drip into clipper housing. Allow the blades to air dry before reusing.
To Clean Grooming Tables and Tubs:
Measure ½ ounce of solution, add to a 32-ounce labeled spray bottle and fill with water. Remove heavy hair and debris. Preclean heavily soiled surfaces, using ProVetLogic Kennel & Turf Enzymatic Cleaner (sold separately), to remove soil and other buildup of organic matter. Apply the premixed sanitizing solution to the surface. Brush or scrub if needed. Allow the solution to stand for at least 10-minutes and rinse with fresh water. The surface is now ready to reuse.
To Use as a Soaking Solution:
To sanitize combs, brushes, razors, scissors, trimmer and/or clipper blades and nail instruments, remove hair and heavy soil. Measure and mix ½ ounce of solution per 32-ounces of water in a soaker jar. Immerse item for at least 1-minute. Rinse thoroughly and dry before use. Prepare a fresh solution daily or when visibly dirty. Note: Plastic instruments can remain immersed until ready to use. Stainless steel shears and other metal instruments must be removed after 10 minutes, rinsed, dried and kept in a clean non-contaminated receptacle.
Do not reuse or refill container.