Control Three Disinfectant and Germicide:
Q. What is Control III Disinfectant Germicide?
A. Control III Disinfectant germicide is a hospital grade disinfectant. It contains a special combination of two quaternary compounds, which makes it a highly effective, broad-spectrum disinfectant. By providing a hospital grade disinfectant for home care, you are assured of the same infection control at home that is available in hospitals. Mixed at a rate of 1 ounce to a gallon of water, a use solution of Control III Disinfectant can be created which can be used on a variety of hard surfaces and equipment.
Q. Is Control III Disinfectant germicide widely used for home care respiratory therapy and for sleep equipment?
A. On a national basis, Control III Disinfectant has been used for over 25 years for the disinfection of home care respiratory therapy equipment.
Q. Does Control III Disinfectant Germicide harm the environment?
A. Control III in use solution is environmentally friendly. When released into sewage or septic systems, Control III breaks down rapidly, without harm to human, animal, or plant life.
The use solution can be disposed of down the drain and requires no special disposal procedures.
Q. Is Control III Disinfectant germicide irritating to the skin and eyes?
A. Concentrated Control III Disinfectant, as it comes straight out of the bottle, is a primary skin and eye irritant. One should avoid contact with the concentrate on skin and in eyes.The diluted solution is not a skin irritant. If you do get it in your eye, you should rinse it thoroughly with plain water for 15 minutes. Call a doctor if redness or irritation persists.
Q. Does repeated use of Control III Disinfectant germicide harm equipment, or degrade the material?
A. No. Control III does not contain drying chemicals that harm rubber, plastic, or metal. Furthermore, the use solution does not contain caustic or corrosive substances which harm equipment or cause irritation to the face if masks are disinfected with it.
Q. Is Control III use solution safe to use around children and/or pets?
A. Yes. If the use solution is gotten on the skin, it should be rinsed with plain water.
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