Is there hydrogen peroxide in Clorox wipes?
These EPA-registered disinfectant wipes contain hydrogen peroxide and other ingredients to kill most bacteria and viruses on a variety of hard, nonporous healthcare surfaces with contact times of 30 seconds or 1 minute.
CVS Health™ Hydrogen Peroxide Wipes make it easy to treat minor scrapes, cuts, and burns. Each canister contains 40 large wipes and features a flip-top lid for convenient, mess-free dispensing. The 3% USP hydrogen peroxide solution helps prevent infection.
Ideal for daily use in high-turnover areas, these liquids and wipes come in a range of sizes and formats to meet your needs on hard and soft surfaces, including clinical use, daily patient room cleaning, disinfection of medical devices, terminal cleaning and on-the-go disinfecting.
EPA Reg. No. 67619-25 6 x 155 count wipes per case.
► Exposure to Hydrogen Peroxide can cause headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting. of Hydrogen Peroxide used as a disinfectant.
TO CLEAN, DISINFECT AND DEODORIZE HARD, NONPOROUS SURFACES: Wipe surface until completely wet. Allow this product to remain wet for contact time listed on label. Let air-dry. For heavily soiled areas, a precleaning is required.
- ALKYL DIMETHYL BENZYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE (C14 60%, C16 30%, C12 5%, C18 5%) ...
- ALKYL DIMETHYL ETHYLBENZYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE (C12-14) ...
- ALKYL DIMETHYL ETHYLBENZYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDES (C12-18) ...
- ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL.
Ingredients. Active Ingredients: N-Alkyl (C14, 60%; C16, 30%; C12, 5%; C18, 5%) Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride - 0.184% (Does Not Include Weight Of Dry Wipe), N-Alkyl (C12, 68%; C14, 32%) Dimethyl Ethylbenzyl Ammonium Chloride - 0.184% (Does Not Include Weight Of Dry Wipe).
- Alkyl C12-18 Dimethylbenyl Ammonium Chloride.
- Alkyl C12-14 Dimethylethylbenzyl Ammonium Chloride.
- C12-14 Alochols Ethoxylated Propoxylated.
- Citric Acid.
The bleaching power of chlorine bleach is much stronger than oxygen bleach (commonly known as hydrogen peroxide) and can damage many fibres such as cotton and wool very quickly. Hydrogen peroxide is not as strong and can be less damaging to fibres. Both kill most bacteria. Both are used to brighten whites in laundry.