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Yes, Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes kill a wide range of pathogens, making it an easy and convenient way to disinfect. It kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Yes, Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes leaves no residue on your surfaces, leaving your surfaces streak-free.
No, Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes contains a fragrance-free formula with no added perfumes or dyes, making it ideal for people with fragrance sensitivities.
Yes, The disinfecting formulas in the Clorox Clinical™ line are thoroughly tested and have the appropriate concentrations of ingredients that are safe for regular use in patient environments and in the home.
Yes, the disinfecting formulas in the Clorox Clinical™ line have been trusted by hospitals and facilities across the U.S. for years to safeguard patient environments.
No, Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes contain no bleach.
Yes. Used as directed, Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes shouldn’t pose hazards to your pets, children or pregnant women. In general, it's a good idea to remove pets and children from an area when cleaning it and to follow label precautionary instructions. When out of use, as with many household cleaners, you should keep it out of the reach of children and pets.
You can find stores near you that sell Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes on our Where to Buy page. It's a good idea to call the store before going to make sure they have it in stock. If you have any trouble finding it at a nearby store, you can also buy it online.
Clorox Clinical™ Soft Surface + Bio-Stain Cleaner and Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Cleaner + Bleach.
Clorox Clinical™ Germicidal Wipes are formulated for broad-surface compatibility. Use on a wide variety of surface materials such as glass, marble, stainless steel, hardwood, plastic and vinyl. For a list of the surfaces that it can be used on, visit the Clorox Surface Compatibility page.
No. Dispose of wipes in the trash after use. We don't recommend putting them in your septic system.