Sterisol Germicide Concentrate - 8 oz.

Brand: Sterisol

Item: #451428
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$6.35

MSRP: $9.75

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Description

Perfect for use in schools. Sterisol Germicide Concentrate makes one gallon of non-irritating, non-poisonous sanitizer that cleans and deodorizes all wind instruments without damaging metals, lacquer, wood, hard rubber, or plastic. Don’t risk spreading germs again – get peace of mind with Sterisol Germicide.

Directions: Mix with water in a non-metal container to make 1 gallon. Immerse mouthpiece for one minute to properly sanitize (immerse for 10 minutes to disinfect) and rinse well before using.

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Why did you choose this?
West Music Store
I soak plastic recorders and song flutes in this for multiple student use.
Seven E on Apr 2, 2014
If you teach recorders it's a must have. Easy and quick way to disinfect borrowed recorders.
Toni D on Apr 8, 2013
I soak plastic recorders and song flutes in this for multiple student use.
Seven E on Apr 2, 2014
Essential for the music classroom with recorders.
Amanda E on Nov 5, 2013
If you teach recorders it's a must have. Easy and quick way to disinfect borrowed recorders.
Toni D on Apr 8, 2013
It is a safe and fast way to protect students from unsanitary recorders.
Mary W on May 14, 2012
so I can share my alto recorder among the students
Melissa S on Mar 21, 2012
I'm almost out of recorder cleaner!
Martha G on Feb 29, 2012
This is a must have! I have a jug of recorders that my students use when they forget their recorder at home. At the end of class they can sterilize their recorder and set it aside to dry for use the next day.
Andrea G on Jan 27, 2012
Need it to clean classroom recorders!
Elisa G on Dec 2, 2011
Essential for the music classroom with recorders.
Amanda E on Nov 5, 2013
It is a safe and fast way to protect students from unsanitary recorders.
Mary W on May 14, 2012
How often should you make a fresh container of cleaning solution? Cleaning about 50 recorders each day.
Erica G. on Aug 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The back of the bottle says "Mixture is good for numerous cleanings. Mix new batch when solution appears cloudy."
How do you dispose of the solution?
A shopper on Sep 20, 2013
Is it safe to soak recorders in the diluted sterisol overnight?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, but it will leave a pink stain on any light colored instrument. Every now and again I forget to put them in the rinse bucket before I leave for the day. It's not harmful.
The Sterisol bottle says that it "cleans, deodorizes, and freshens." Does it actually kill germs? Viruses?
doug m on Oct 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: From a customer: "It works! We use the sanimist (green spray) for every day use, the red liquid about every 3 to 4 weeks for a thorough cleaning being sure to rinse the recorders well (we send them through the school dishwasher)."
I need msds sheet for this product?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Please contact us at service@westmusic.com and we will be happy to send you a MSDS sheet.
Can I use this to clean plastic kazoo?
Jenny F on Jan 6, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Yes, as long as it is diluted properly as per the instructions on the bottle.
Would this remove nut residue. Many kids have life threatening food allergies and I am wondering if this would remove it?
A shopper on May 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sterisol is a antibacterial germicide and will not help with nut allergies.

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