- Cleans, disinfects and deodorizes in one step
- No-drip foam clings to surface to maximize cleaning action
- Prevents mold and mildew
- Hospital-strength formula destroys bacteria, viruses and germs
including staph, salmonella and athlete's foot fungi
- Removes dirt, grime, finger smudges, grease, lipstick, pencil,
crayon and heel marks
Where To Use
- Use on hard surfaces such as walls, sinks, shower stalls,
bathtubs, countertops, tables, chairs, telephones, cabinets, hampers
- Use on tile, chrome, vinyl
- DO NOT use on porous surfaces or materials including carpets and
- DO NOT spray into vents or on electrical components.
Bathroom Mold & Mildew
How To Use
DO NOT mix or use this product with any other chemical. If
using a cleaning cloth, mop, or sponge, rinse thoroughly between
different chemical usages.
To Clean Hard Surfaces:
Hold can 6-8 inches from surface.
Spray until covered with white foam.
Wipe with a wet cloth or sponge, or the
Microfiber Cleaning Cloth.
To Disinfect Hard Surfaces:
Apply cleaner as above.
Allow foam to penetrate and remain wet for 10 minutes. No
scrubbing is necessary.
Wipe off with a clean cloth or sponge, or the
Microfiber Cleaning Cloth. Do not rinse.
Apply mildewcide or bleach to kill mold and mildew and remove
Spray surfaces, wetting completely, and allow to dry.
Repeat application weekly or when mildew growth appears.
A mold and mildewstat controls, inhibits, and prevents the regrowth
of mold and mildew. A mildewcide kills mildew.
Germicidal Cleaner is a mildewstat. For all surfaces in
contact with food, thoroughly rinse with clean water before reusing.
does everyone go first thing in the morning
and last thing at night?
- Net Wt: 18 oz.
- Type of Product: Aerosol Spray
- MPN:/Model: 99250
- Tax according to your local sales tax code
- Shipping by Fedex:
$9.00-per-entire-order, continental USA.
- No abrasives, chlorofluorocarbons, chlorine, or phenol
- Safe for septic systems when used as directed
- Recyclable steel can
Bacteria and Germs--Staph, Salmonella, Strep: Bacteria
form on a variety of surfaces in your home. To keep bacteria under
control, clean surfaces weekly with a disinfectant cleaner. Since
germs are transported by hands, disinfect doorknobs, toilet flush
handles, faucets and light switches often.
Mildew is caused by the growth of fungus in wet environments like
bathrooms. To remove mildew, use a bleach solution (1/2 cup bleach
to 1 quart water). To keep mildew from recurring, use a disinfectant
cleaner. DO NOT mix Industrial Germicidal Cleaner with bleach