CaviCide1 Surface Disinfectant/Decontaminant

CaviCide1 Surface Disinfectant/Decontaminant

CaviCide1, a multi-purpose disinfectant/decontaminant cleaner, can be used on hard, non-porous surfaces. CaviCide1 is effective in killing bacteria, viruses and fungi in 1 minute, including TB, Norovirus, A. baumannii, HIV-1, HBV, HCV and many more. When used as directed, fragrance-free CaviCide1 will effectively clean and disinfect surfaces and can help reduce the risk of cross-contamination.


  • 1-minute contact time for virucidal, bactericidal (including TB), fungicidal activity
  • 1-step cleaner and disinfectant*
  • Fragrance-free and Bleach-free


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CaviCide1, a multi-purpose disinfectant/decontaminant cleaner, can be used on hard, non-porous surfaces. CaviCide1 is effective in killing bacteria, viruses and fungi in 1 minute, including TB, Norovirus, A. baumannii, HIV-1, HBV, HCV and many more. When used as directed, fragrance-free CaviCide1 will effectively clean and disinfect surfaces and can help reduce the risk of cross-contamination.


  • 1-minute contact time for virucidal, bactericidal (including TB), fungicidal activity
  • 1-step cleaner and disinfectant*
  • Fragrance-free and Bleach-free


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*In the case of contamination with blood/other bodily fluids or when gross visible debris is present, a thorough cleaning of surfaces and objects must occur prior to disinfection. In order for disinfection to occur properly, the disinfectant must be able to come in direct contact with the intended surface.

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*In the case of contamination with blood/other bodily fluids or when gross visible debris is present, a thorough cleaning of surfaces and objects must occur prior to disinfection. In order for disinfection to occur properly, the disinfectant must be able to come in direct contact with the intended surface.

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