Our 70% isopropyl alcohol solution-based disinfectant spray meets the United States CDC guidelines for the disinfection of vehicles, homes, and hard surfaces. The disinfectant spray is a great addition to our classic cleaning products already available on transend. We also carry a line of 75% Isopropyl alcohol hand sanitizing gel and liquid. The Paragon products are great for cleaning and disinfecting:
- Steering wheels and most car interior surfaces
- Door handles and light switches
- Floors and counters
- Restroom Surfaces
Disinfect Surfaces with Isopropyl Alcohol
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) is one of the most common disinfectants and degreasers in use today. It’s true that IPA kills bacteria on contact and dries quickly without leaving streaks. While most commonly used to disinfect hard surfaces like countertops, there are other surfaces around the shop or house where an Isopropyl Alcohol solution can make your life easier and more sanitized.
Keep Your Shop Clean
Presenting your business to customers starts with maintaining a clean counter. Cleanliness is important for both attracting and retaining customers. The Paragon line of cleaning sprays will help keep all high touch surfaces free of dirt, grime, and grease that can build up in and around your shop. The disinfectant spray can then sanitize those surfaces with it’s 70% Isoprorpyl Alcohol formula.
At some point, you will have to be moving in and out of your customer’s vehicle. Make sure the surfaces inside their car are kept clean and sanitized. You can use our full line of products on the interior surfaces of their vehicle, such as gear shift, door handles, steering wheel, and dashboard.
Our Isopropyl alcohol solution is safe for most hard surfaces, including countertops, most floors, doorknobs, and light switches. Finished, painted or varnished surfaces should be tested in an inconspicuous area before treating the entire area. Some synthetic, delicate, or color-treated fabrics and carpets (made with materials like acetate, wool, or silk) should be tested in an inconspicuous area before treating.