XR7 Bio Hazard Contamination Powder
Available in 3oz Container not actual weight, approximately 1oz actual powder and 1 Pound sizes.
White powder highly fluorescent under long wave black light has many applications to mention. From hand washing training to germ transmission and surface training for simulated germs and much more. Lightly dusting makes product virtually invisible but can be viewed under long wave black light only. Works best on non porous surfaces.
Cleaning training tools for, Motels, Hotels, Hospitals, Elderly Care Centers, Malls, Theaters, Bio Hazard, Hazmat training, Fire dept training & virtually anyone that wants to know. "Did Staff Actually Clean"? Now you will know.
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To be used under adult supervision only! Above products are very safe and non toxic, but safety while using these products should be followed. Never allow students to use if they have cuts, sores, skin conditions, dry skin, or prone to allergies or various allergic reactions. Keep away from mouth and eyes. Avoid getting on clothing, can cause permanent staining. Obtain permission from parents when training children. Never allow anyone to look directly into ANY light, which this includes our long wave black lights which are considered safe if avoiding looking directly into light.
Disclaimer: These products are simply teaching tools to teach awareness and promote proper cleaning, hand washing, hygiene, and cross contamination. By no means does the use of these products guarantee that hands or any surfaces are clean or sanitary. They are not cleaning products but cleaning teaching tools. It is up to the instructor or user to implement the cleaning procedures they see fit and follow CDC and similar recommendations by governing bodies. We are distributors of these products and the information provided for the products on our site has been provided by the manufacturers.
Being sick costs you a lot. It costs you a lot of time. Each year Americans are sick more then 4 billion days. It costs you a lot of money. They spend almost 950 billion dollars on direct medical costs. But the biggest cost of all is the cost of a life. Over 160,000 die due to infectious diseases as the underlying cause of death.