Clearly Better Medical to Introduce PURE Hard Surface Disinfectant


Clearly Better Medical announces that it will introduce the PURE Hard Surface Disinfectant, Virucide, Fungicide and Food Contact Surface Sanitizer at APIC's 39th Annual Educational Conference and International Meeting to be held in San Antonio, Texas June 3-6, 2012.

According to Neal Wieselman, vice president of marketing for Clearly Better Medical, "Pure is a revolutionary new disinfectant that uses SDC (Silver Dihydrogen Citrate); the first new molecule recognized by the EPA in more than 30 years. Pure will kill germs in as little as 30 seconds, has 24-hour germ killing residual action and was assigned to the lowest toxicity category by the U.S. EPA which means that there are no hazard warnings on the label. This got Pure recognized by the Child Safety Network with the 2011 Child Safety Award and the Safe Family seal of Approval."

Clearly Better Medical has a full line of patient skin care, green cleaning and healthcare personnel skin care products that features Better Foam Alcohol Hand Sanitizer which dries quickly, moisturizes and promotes increased hand hygiene compliance.

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