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Yes, DIN# 02402742
CitrusWirx2 main ingredient is Alkyl C12-18 Dimenthylbenzyl Ammonium Chloride. This ingredient is an antimicrobial ammonium compound responsible for disinfecting and sanitizing surfaces and is listed on the ingredients eligible for use against SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19
This can be found on the product page for CitrusWirx2 wipes where it is available for download. Navigate to the catalog tab, click on CitrusWirx2 wipes, and in the bottom right corner you will see downloads.
Although the CDC recommends using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol, the recommendation on alcohol percentage is not as relevant to disinfectants, which use different active ingredients. CitrusWirx wipes are alcohol free and incorporate Benzalkonium Chloride, Quaternary Ammonia as the active ingredient, listed as one of the most effective disinfectant ingredients against most viruses and bacteria.
Yes, CitrusWirx wipes are made with spunlace rayon, this non-woven material is made from wood pulp or bamboo pulp and therefore comes from a renewable raw material. This type of material has good absorbency and strength properties while being known for softness. This stands out in the industry as most other wipes on the market are made from plastic fibers such as Polyester (PET) & Polypropylene (PP).
RTS Companies has manufacturing facilities in Ontario Canada, Ohio, USA and Shanghai, China
All disinfectants that have a drug identification number (DIN) have been approved for sale in Canada. While most disinfectants will work against coronavirus, the list of hard-surface disinfectants on the Health Canada website are supported by evidence following drug review, demonstrating that they are likely to be effective and may be used against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Inclusion on the list does not constitute an endorsement by Health Canada. It is not a comprehensive list of all disinfectants and cleaning products that may be appropriate for use in public, institutional and household spaces.