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KING RESEARCH Barbicide Plus® - EPA-Registered Hospital Disinfectant / 16 oz.
KING RESEARCH Barbicide Plus 16 oz.

 
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KING RESEARCH Barbicide Plus® EPA-Registered hospital Disinfectant / 16 oz.

Barbicide TB is an EPA-registered hospital disinfectant that is bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal. Kills HIV-1 and TB. For metals and most plastics. It complies with OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Barbicide Plus is super concentrated -- one ounce makes a gallon. Effective in 10 minutes.

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  • EPA approved for COVID-19
  • Proven effective against HIV-1, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Staphylococcus, Pseudomonas, Salmonella, Clostridium Difficile, MRSA, Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus (VRE), Herpes, Influenza (including H1N1), “Athletes Foot” (Tinea Pedis), Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (bacteria that causes Tuberculosis)
  • Complies with OSHA's blood borne pathogens standard
  • U.S. EPA-registered hospital-grade, broad-spectrum disinfectant
  • Safe for acrylic tanning beds, stainless steel, plastics, combs, brushes, rollers and shears
  • Concentrate—Simple to mix, without taking up precious shelf space!
  • Anti-rust formulation protects your expensive shears
  • This product is not available for sale outside of the United States
  • Should only be used in states requiring Tuberculocidal disinfectants
THE EPA SAYS BARBICIDE IS APPROVED FOR CORONAVIRUS:
BARBICIDE has received documentation from the EPA that BARBICIDE® is approved for efficacy against Human Coronavirus, including COVID-19. While no company has been able to receive actual COVID-19 samples and put them through the rigorous testing required, the EPA considers efficacy against Human Coronavirus to include COVID-19. See EPA approval document here.

BARBICIDE® Certification:
Why not show your clients your dedication to infection control in your salon, spa, or barbershop with a certificate from the FREE BARBICIDE® COVID-19 Certification Course. After you pass the course, you will have the option to instantly print your portfolio-ready certificate with your name on it. Good luck!

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How to Mix Barbicide for Salon Use:

Barbicide is iconic for its blue color, which has become a universal symbol of disinfection, present in the beauty industry since its debut in the late 1940s. Barbicide is a disinfectant used in barber and beauty shops to control the spread of germs. This article is to guide you on the proper use of Barbicide Concentrate to make sure you and your salon or spa is practicing proper infection control.

Before using any piece of equipment, you need to clean it. Remove any physical debris using a towel, Ship Shape, or soap and water. Once the piece of equipment is clean, disinfect it using Barbicide or another chemical disinfection solution.

MIX IT:
The proper mixing ratio for Barbicide is one of the most vital things you can do. The proper dilution is 2 oz. (or 1/4 cup) of Barbicide Concentrate mixed into 32 oz. of water (4 cups). This is the proper dilution, so you can kill all the pathogens listed on the EPA registered label (For a full list see the product label). This should be used in states that do not require a Tuberculocidal.

All non-porous surfaces in your salon should be disinfected. Single use items (like nail files or neck strips) should be thrown away after each use. Once you have mixed your solution there are several ways you can disinfect. BlueCo Brands has a handy saying for using Barbicide: "If you can, immerse it. If you can't, spray it."

IMMERSION:
For items like combs, shears, brushes and nail clippers immerse them in Barbicide for ten minutes. Those ten minutes (contact time) will ensure all the pathogens on the label are eradicated. Once the contact time is complete, remove the implements and rinse them with water. Store the tools in an air-tight container until you are ready to use them again.

Once the solution comes in contact with implements you need to change it 24 hours later, or sooner if contaminated.

SPRAY IT:
Counters and chairs are a little hard to dip in Barbicide, but still need to be disinfected. Spray counters, chairs, mirrors and sinks down. Once again, those need to be visibly wet for ten minutes, then wipe it with a clean cloth. The ten minute contact time is vital for proper infection control.

With these basic steps for using Barbicide you will be prepared to keep your salon clean and disinfected. Make sure you know how to use Barbicide, a staple in the Beauty Industry since 1947.

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