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Dettol sterilization and disinfection spray kills 99.9%^ viruses and bacteria in 30 seconds, including the new coronavirus**.
Dettol sterilization and disinfection spray prevents the spread of bacteria and viruses and protects the health of the family. It has been proven effective on surrounding surfaces, killing 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, including E. coli, Salmonella and cold viruses.
*RB Data on file
**According to the 2020 in vitro research report of Microbac, a third-party laboratory in the United States, Dettol disinfectant spray can effectively kill 99.9% of the new coronavirus (test conditions: EN14476:2013+A2: 2019, contact for 5 minutes).
The experimental data is for reference only.
How to use:
Shake well before use and spray 15 - 20 cm from the surface of the object
Clean the surface of the object first, then spray for 2-3 seconds, let it evaporate naturally after 10 minutes
Let it evaporate naturally for 30 seconds to control and prevent mold and its odors
Clean the surface of the object first, spray until wet, and reuse if necessary.
Spray the surface of the object to be deodorized. Not suitable for use on polished wood, painted surfaces, leather, rayon fabrics or acrylic surfaces.
Scope of application:
Toilet / Bathroom / Trash Can / Storage Room / Laundry Room / Ward / Telephone / Shower Curtain / Door Knob / Pet Keeping Range / Washing Basin / Diaper Pad / Toys (Non-permeable) / Shoes / Shoe Cabinet / Wardrobe, etc.
*Disinfection: Kills 99.9% of Staphylococcus aureus and H1N1 avian influenza virus on an impermeable surface within 30 seconds.
Sterilization and disinfection purposes:
Dettol disinfectant spray has been proven to be effective in killing a wide range of bacteria on surrounding surfaces, including: bacteria and fungi / E. coli / Salmonella / Listeria / Staphylococcus aureus / Campylobacter / Streptococcus / Athlete's foot fungi / Viruses / Rhinovirus (the virus that causes the common cold) / Rotavirus (the virus that causes infectious diarrhea in children) / Respiratory syncytial virus (the virus that causes lower respiratory tract infection in children) / Adenovirus type 2 / Herpes simplex virus 1 and Type II / Influenza Virus Type A2 / Hepatitis A Virus / H1N1 Avian Influenza Virus / * COVID-19 *