Clean and disinfect in a single step. Kills at least 99.999% of pathogens. Effective from 10 seconds.
The UK’s most trusted single-step detergent and disinfectant; ideal for use on both surfaces and non-invasive medical devices. Our patented near-neutral pH formula ensures exceptional material compatibility and is proven to kill at least 99.999% of pathogens after 10 seconds, norovirus within one minute and reduce instances of MRSA by 55%.
Product code: CWAB50
|Effective Against||Test||Kill Time|
|Acinetobacter baumannii||EN13727||10 sec|
|Enterococcus faecalis||EN13727||10 sec|
|Enterococcus faecium (VRE)||EN13727|
|Escherichia coli (E. coli)||EN13727||10 sec|
|Klebsiella pneumoniae (ESBL)||EN13727||10 sec|
|Methicillin Resistant Staphyloccus aureus (MRSA)||EN13727||1 min|
|Mycobacterium bovis||EN14348||2 min|
|Candida albicans||EN13727||10 sec|
|Candida auris||EN13624||1 min|
|Hepatitis B||ASTM E1052||1 min|
|Hepatitis C||EN14476||1 min|
|Influenza H1N1||EN14476||2 min|
|Influenza H3N2||EN14476||2 min|
Peel off the top backing sticker.
Select a suitable clean and dry surface. Moving your hands up and down firmly press the pack onto the surface.
Wear recommended PPE.
Working from clean to dirty, wipe in an ‘S’ shaped pattern, taking care not to go over the same area twice.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if irritation develops, if irritatio…Read More
Each individual wipe is single use. This prevents the transfer of pathogens between surfaces or from…Read More
The wipes function as both disinfectant and detergent. They can also be used on all surfaces and all…Read More
A variety of formats are available: Clinell Universal Buckets 225 (CWBUC225), Clinell Universal Buc…Read More
Dirt creates a barrier between a surface and the disinfectant on the wipe therefore prevents the sur…Read More
The formulation in Clinell Universal Wipes is a patented, antimicrobial solution developed by GAMA's…Read More
No, there is no risk of resistance occurring due to long-term use. This is because Universal deliver…Read More
"Contact time" is the time required for the disinfectant to act on pathogens. Essentially: how long …Read More
Apart from how fast it takes a disinfectant to work (i.e. contact time), it is also important to det…Read More
The mechanical action of wiping removes soil and bioburden allowing the disinfectant to reach the su…Read More
Generally, wipe materials contain certain molecules that can hold and lock the wipe formulation into…Read More
Universal Wipes are safe to be used on all surfaces. They will not damage rubbers, plastics or metal…Read More
Universal Wipes are able to replace all detergent and disinfectant surface wipes (except for Sporici…Read More
The tests mentioned have been conducted at various UK and European university accredited laboratorie…Read More
These are colour-coded, plastic or wire dispensers that can be attached to hospital walls and are de…Read More
Used wipes should be disposed of in the clinical waste bin as per your infection control policy. Mac…Read More
As the name suggests, Clinell Universal Wipes have a wide range of applications. Not only are they a…Read More
It is generally accepted that sodium hypochlorite and other chlorine-releasing disinfectants are effective sporicidies. Whilst this can sometimes be the case, it depends on the circumstances.
In the AJIC special issue on ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis’, there is a helpful State-of-the-Science mini-review on the importance of biofilms in medical device reprocessing and healthcare surface disinfection.
The next article in the AJIC special issue on ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis’ is a mini-review on whether there is a relationship between biocide use and antimicrobial resistance. Reassuringly, despite the widespread use of biocides in healthcare settings (and in consumer markets), acquired resistance has rarely been reported.