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DISINFECTING SYSTEM

Shelf life of both Tammy Taylor disinfectants 
First Choice - How long will disinfectant last after mixing? - Shelf life?
Disinfect, Disinfect, Disinfect - How long will disinfectant last? - Shelf life?

Blood spill 
About DDD and FC 
Nipper cuts 
File cuts 
 

About DDD and FC: The Tammy Taylor’s hospital level disinfectants,  
First Choice concentrate and Disinfect-Disinfect-Disinfect are registered by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). The EPA’s registration method ensures efficacy of the product’s ability to kill pathogens. The EPA, for continued effectiveness and correctness of the product label, monitors production of these products. The EPA classifies a germicide as "hospital level" if the disinfectant kills a certain variety of targeted microorganisms that are considered difficult to kill. The 3 pathogens are: 1) Salmonella Cholraesnis; 2) Staphylococcus Aureus; and 3) Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.

Both disinfectants are broad spectrum, bactericidal, germicide, disinfectant, sanitizer, deodorizer, virucidal, fungicide, mildewstat and effective against gram positive and negative bacteria, HIV-1 (AIDS) virus within 10 minutes of contact using an EPA-accepted protocol. Both kill staph (Staphylococcus), strep (Streptococcus), salmonella, pseudomonas, Herpes I & II, and other major disease-causing organisms and meets or exceeds State board requirements for use in wet sanitizers.

Shelf life of both Tammy Taylor disinfectants:
Disinfect, Disinfect, Disinfect (undiluted) & First Choice (mixing directions on label). Shelf life is up to 2 years if not used and kept in the bottle on a shelf and not exposed to sunlight. The Disinfect-Disinfect-Disinfect is also a tuberculocidal.

If a blood spill occurs:

Typical procedure(s) in Beauty Salons:

1. Spray a disposable Tammy Taylor Towelette with Disinfect-Disinfect-Disinfect and hand to client. Have her wipe off cut and apply pressure.

2. Hand client an opened labeled Ziploc plastic bag and have her put the soiled towelette inside.

3. Then Beauty Technicians will usually: Apply Iodine to cut.

If nippers or an implement cut the client:

1. Clean nippers or implement with First Choice and a disposable Tammy Taylor "Towelette" to remove all blood, soil, skin debris, etc. Dispose of "Towelette" in the plastic Ziploc bag.

2. Disinfect using option A, B or C:

A. Thoroughly spray nippers or implement with Disinfect-Disinfect-Disinfect until completely wet and let air-dry

B. Soak nippers or implement in First Choice for ten minutes, remove and let air-dry.

C. Soak nippers or implement in Disinfect-Disinfect-Disinfect for ten minutes, remove and let air-dry.

If a file cuts the client:

1. Put file in the disposable labeled Ziploc bag and discard.
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