Always follow the instructions on the product you are using. In general, Everwipes™ are not designed to be flushed and should be disposed of in the trash. If the used wipe has blood and other body fluids on it, then it should be disposed of according to local regulations for infections waste disposal.
Everwipe™ Surface Care Wipes
It is important to follow the Directions for Use on the product label.
For our Everwipe™ Disinfectant Wipes (10100 & 101075) the directions for use are;
CLEANING: Use one we should just pick one(wipe) to completely remove all (dirt) (and) (debris) from surfaces to be treated.
DISINFECTING: To disinfect hard, non-porous surfaces, thoroughly wet the surface to be treated. Treated surface must remain visibly wet for disinfecting. Use enough (wipes) (cloths) (towelettes) for treated surface to remain visibly wet for 5 minutes. For heavily soiled surfaces, clean before following disinfecting instructions. Allow surfaces to air dry.
It is important to note the Everwipe™ disinfecting wipes remove debris from the surface while also killing bacteria and virus.
Everwipe™ Surface Care Wipes (11100) are not registered with the EPA, because they are a cleaning wipe and not a disinfectant wipe. Our 101075 and 10100 products (Everwipe™ Surface Disinfectant Wipes) are registered with the EPA as both a sanitizer AND a disinfectant. Surface disinfectants are subject to more rigorous EPA testing requirements and must clear a high bar for effectiveness.
Despite the fact that the active ingredients are similar, the 11100 and 10100 are designed for different needs and are NOT the same.
Please do make sure to read the label carefully and follow the usage information.