EPA approved disinfecting spray
Aero’s disinfecting sanitizing spray is a phenolic based compound for killing a range of bacteria and viruses on surfaces. EPA registered, this commercial grade aerosol spray is on the EPA N-List for COVID-19 with a recommended contact kill time of 3 minutes.
- CDC approved and EPA registered 3862-188-13103
- Disinfects and controls odors on hard, nonporous surfaces.
- Disinfectant, tuberculocidal, virucidal.
- Eliminate odors by attacking them at their source
- Non-foaming, 360° valves that spray in any direction
- 12 Cans Case Pack
- Made in the USA
Use on metal surfaces, stainless steel, glazed porcelain, glazed ceramic tile, plastic surfaces, bathroom fixtures, empty garbage cans and diaper pails, furniture in sick rooms and nurseries, fishing equipment and sports equipment. Spray in the shower stalls and walking areas. Kills HIV on pre-cleaned hard, non-porous surfaces/objects previously soiled with blood/body fluids. Broad-spectrum disinfectants for environmental surfaces.
CDC General recommendations for cleaning and disinfection of households with people isolated in home care (e.g. suspected/confirmed to have COVID-19)
- Household members should educate themselves about COVID-19 symptoms and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in homes.
- Clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces daily in household common areas (e.g. tables, hard-backed chairs, doorknobs, light switches, phones, tablets, touch screens, remote controls, keyboards, handles, desks, toilets, sinks)
- In the bedroom/bathroom dedicated for an ill person: consider reducing cleaning frequency to as-needed (e.g., soiled items and surfaces) to avoid unnecessary contact with the ill person.
- As much as possible, an ill person should stay in a specific room and away from other people in their home, following home care guidance.
- The caregiver can provide personal cleaning supplies for an ill person’s room and bathroom, unless the room is occupied by child or another person for whom such supplies would not be appropriate. These supplies include tissues, paper towels, cleaners and EPA-registered disinfectants
- If a separate bathroom is not available, the bathroom should be cleaned and disinfected after each use by an ill person. If this is not possible, the caregiver should wait as long as practical after use by an ill person to clean and disinfect the high-touch surfaces.
- Household members should follow home care guidance when interacting with persons with suspected/confirmed COVID-19 and their isolation rooms/bathrooms.