Clean heavily soiled areas before spraying BenzaRid on the desired surface(s).
Apply the undiluted disinfectant on non-porous surfaces with a brush, sponge, cloth, or sprayer. Spray 6-8 inches away from the surface.
Allow the area to air dry for at least 10 minutes before wiping away excess liquids.
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BenzaRid is a hospital-grade disinfectant that kills various pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew. It is commonly used in healthcare facilities, schools, homes, and other environments to sanitize surfaces and help control the spread of infectious diseases.
Benzarid can be used on non-porous surfaces such as floors, walls, countertops, sinks, toilets, showers, and other surfaces such as couches, vehicle interiors, and boats. It is essential to follow the product label instructions for proper use.
BenzaRid can be applied using a sprayer, cloth, or mop. It is essential to ensure that the surface remains wet with the solution for the contact time specified on the label, usually 10 minutes, to ensure that it effectively kills pathogens.
BenzaRid is ready-to-use and does not need to be diluted.
The frequency of use depends on the environment and the level of contamination. Daily disinfection may be necessary in healthcare settings or areas with a high risk of infection. Using BenzaRid weekly or when there is a concern about exposure to pathogens is generally sufficient in homes. In certain situations, disinfecting more often in your home may be required to help prevent reinfestation of mites or prevent reinfection from viruses such as molluscum and others.
If BenzaRid comes into contact with skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water. Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes if it gets into the eyes. If there is any irritation or you feel unwell, seek medical advice. Always read and follow the safety instructions on the product label.
Once a disinfectant gets official EPA approval, it allows us to promote the disinfecting virus-killing claims legally on our product's packaging and advertising.
BenzaRid will kill all black mold; however, it does not remove the black color. It is 100% possible to kill black mold without changing its color. Only bleach or high-strength hydrogen peroxide will bleach the color out; however, neither bleach nor the high-strength hydrogen peroxide will kill the mold! BenzaRid can prevent the spread or regrowth if the water problem is fixed. BenzaRid kills black mold without bleaching it out and getting rid of it for good starts by first killing all the growth. The second step is thoroughly cleaning the area with bleach or high-strength peroxide. This step will diminish or remove the stain left behind by the mold. The last step is to respray with BenzaRid disinfectant as a safeguard. This will prevent the regrowth or spread of the mold once the original water problem has been fixed. Some mold re-mediators may go over the area with a fungicidal sealant, a fungicidal coating, to entirely prevent mold regrowth in the future, especially in high-humidity areas.
Many customers commonly use cold fogging devices to apply BenzaRid. However, it has become increasingly challenging to find these devices lately. Nonetheless, with some effort, you can still purchase them. Various types of foggers work well with BenzaRid, including Ultra Low Volume (ULV) cold foggers, regular cold foggers, electrostatic foggers, and spraying devices. Some customers have also used a High Volume Low Pressure (HVLP) "gun" with pressurized air devices to apply BenzaRid. Among these, electrostatic foggers are the most effective as they electrostatically charge particles of BenzaRid, significantly reducing their micron size. This property allows the particles to adhere to just about any surface for extended periods.
If you plan to atomize the product and stay in the room while using these devices with BenzaRid, you must wear a P-100-rated respirator. Also, it is vital to avoid using heat-based foggers with our BenzaRid, as the high temperature generated by these devices destroys the disinfectant, rendering it ineffective.
Determining the appropriate amount of BenzaRid for fogging can be complex due to several factors. The quantity required varies depending on the types of fogger used, the size of the area or room to be fogged, and the flow rates of the fogger.
For instance, a smaller space may only require 20 minutes of fogging, while a warehouse may need several hours to achieve the desired results.
Most contractors typically begin with 1-2 gallons of BenzaRid for smaller rooms/areas, while larger spaces may require several 5-gallon pails or more. To ensure safety, wearing N-95/P-100 organic vapor respirators is essential if staying with the machine for any time. After fogging, allowing the area to air out and dry thoroughly before using it again is recommended.
The appropriate amount of BenzaRid for fogging depends on several factors, such as the size of the area, type of fogger, and flow rates. Following safety measures such as wearing respirators and allowing the area to dry out completely is crucial.
BenzaRid is a proud member of the EPA list N. US EPA Registration #: 10324-85-88904
BenzaRid has been tested and proven to kill a multitude of viruses, molds, and bacteria when used correctly and according to the label's directions.
A cleaner removes dirt, grime, and other types of visible soil from surfaces. However, cleaners may not necessarily kill germs or bacteria.
A disinfectant is a product designed to kill germs and bacteria on surfaces. Disinfectants typically contain antimicrobial agents that are effective against many bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens.
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