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Disinfecting Tablets

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GK Green Klean introduces EPA-registered Disinfecting Tablets, a new chlorinated replacement for liquid bleach. The tablets have a neutral pH, are easy on surfaces, and last up to seven days in a spray bottle. Users simply drop one tablet in a quart spray bottle and the result is a ready-to-use, EPA-registered disinfectant that kills C. diff, norovirus, HIV-1, etc.

Posted On March 30, 2016
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