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*Based on 3rd party testing with water only. For complete list of efficacy claims, see Technical Data Sheet.
Disinfectants only kill germs. Instead, trap and remove germs to get surfaces clean and virtually eliminate cross-contamination with the patented technology in 3M™ Instant Microbe Removing Wipes traps, holds and removes germs, virtually eliminating cross-contamination and reducing the potential for a breeding ground for microbes.
Unlike wipes that use disinfectants, the cleaning power of 3M™ Instant Microbe Removing Wipes comes from the technology inside the wipe, in combination with water — not from added effort or chemicals.
3M™ Instant Microbe Removing Wipes give you a quick, efficient way to meet stringent cleaning protocols with minimal training — just substitute them for the wipes and cloths you use now.
A single moistened wipe can be used effectively on multiple surfaces for less water and lower chemical and laundering costs.
Easy-to-adopt technology — just swap 3M™ Instant Microbe Removing Wipes for the wipe you use now. No training needed. If the wipes dry out, just add more water. And no chemicals means there’s no PPE requirement to slow you down.
Use on surfaces where chemicals aren’t safe or practical to use — and no chemicals means it’s safe to clean with them even when employees and guests are present. No chemical smell, irritating residue or surface degradation.
A third-party study conducted during development evaluated the removal of bacteria from a surface. Using a standard wipe moistened with water, an average of 71,000 bacteria remained on the glass slide surface. Using the 3M™ Instant Microbe Removing Wipes moistened with water, an average of eight bacteria remained on the surface.
A 3M study evaluated microbe transfer from wipes to a surface. The standard disposable wipe transferred an average of 22,000 Clostridium sporogenes (2.2%) to the surface, while the 3M™ Instant Microbe Removing Wipes transferred an average of 600 Clostridium sporogenes (0.06%) to the surface.