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Cleaning & Disinfection
Select Proper Materials & Barriers Use vinyl gloves
NOTE: Alcohol will damage chair upholstery Use No Other Product Use No Other Product Birex contains no alcohol Birex is safe for all chair surfaces
Disinfection Clinical Contact Surfaces Step 1: Clean to remove blood/debris Step 2: Wipe again to disinfect A Two-Step Process
Use gloved hands Dispense cleaner on fresh 4x4s
Step 1: Wipe all surfaces to remove blood/debris
Step 2: Soak another gauge Wipe all surfaces again to disinfect Birex must remain on surface for 10 minutes Birex must remain on surface for 10 minutes
Water Line Flush
Step 2: Wipe all surfaces to disinfect
Dispose of special medical waste & cleaning materials
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