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Spray Disinfectant - Refill Gallon
Hospital Disinfectant
128 oz / 1 Gallon Refill
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Surface Spray Disinfectant - Gallon Refill

Hospital Grade Broad Spectrum Disinfectant / Sanitizer

  • Safe on hands. No gloves required
  • EPA Approved
  • Instrument Cleaner and Pre-Soak
  • One step Disinfection, Cleaning and Deodorizing
  • 128 oz refill  equivalent to 4 -  32 oz disinfectant spray bottles

Surface Disinfectant Features:

  • 128oz / Gallon Refill Size
  • Nontoxic, biodegradable, fast-acting bactericide, tuberculocide, virucide and fungicide.
  • Use on a wide variety of plastic, natural and metal surfaces.
  • Safe to use on intermittent catheters and collection devices.
  • No lingering residue to promote evolution of resistant superbugs.
  • Convenient ready-to-use formula ensures product integrity.

Ready to Use - 128oz Gallon Jug

  • Cost effective, non corrosive alternative to bleach when prepared as a 1% working solution.
  • Efficacious against a broad range of human pathogens including Hepatitis A, B, and C, and HIV-1.

Effective Surface Disinfectant and Deodorant

The patented Viraguard formulation is an effective disinfectant and deodorant for hospitals, clinics, medical, dental and veterinary offices, Laboratories, industrial cleanrooms, nursing homes, schools, hotels, airplanes, professional salons, health spas and toilets.

Viraguard EPA and FDA Kill claims

The ATCC or American Type-Culture Collection numbers indicate reference cultures for testing purposes.
Don't believe other competitors who make claims, but can't identify the ATCC # that was used for the test.
(Full list of germ, bacteria, fungus and virus ViraGuard products can kill)

Bactericidal Surface Disinfectant

Salmonella choleraesuis, ATCC #10708
Commonly causes diarrhea, but can cause severe disease in elderly and immune compromised
Staphylococcus aureus, ATCC #6538
Staph Infection
Pseudomonus aeruginosa, ATCC #15442
"Hot tub rash" severe, potentially fatal, respiratory disease in cystic fibrosis and elderly
Streptococcus pyogenes, ATCC #49399, #19615
Strep throat
Escherichia coli, Strain 0157, ATCC #43895
"Fast food", "spinach", etc.. ecoli , severe sometimes fatal, kidney infections
Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalis (VRE), ATCC #51299
Hospital acquired infection, "anti biotic resistant super bug"
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), ATCC #33593
Hospital Acquired (MRSA-HA) "anti-biotic resistant super bug"
Community Aqcuired (MRSA-CA) "anti-biotic resistant super bug"

Tuberculocidal Surface Disinfectant

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Fungicidal Surface Sanitizer

Trichophyton, ATCC #9533
Athlete's Foot , Nail Fungus

Virucidal Surface Disinfectant

Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Hepatitis C
(AIDS virus)
Herpes simplex type 2, ATCC# VR539
Genital Herpes
Cytomegalovirus (CMV), ATCC #VR538
Typically cold like symptoms, but can be very dangerous for pregnant women and immune compromised
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), ATCC #VR26
Severe Respiratory infection in infants and children under 2 years of age, can require hospitalization
Rotavirus (SA-11; Group A)
Severe Gastrointestinal infection (diarrhea) in young children, can require hospitalization
Influenza type A, ATCC #VR544
Seasonal Flu, pandemic flu, avian flu
Adenovirus, ATCC #VR846
diarrhea, eye infections, respiratory infections