Is Conquer™ safe to use throughout my facility?

Conquer™ can be used as a cleaner & disinfectant for any hard non-porous surfaces in your clinic; spot testing is recommended for plastic & painted surfaces. Safe for use on treatment tables, counters, waiting area chairs, door handles, sinks, faucets and other high-touch surfaces. Not safe for use on electronics.

What is the difference between sanitizing and disinfecting?

Sanitizing reduces bacteria on surfaces and laundry while disinfecting destroys and inactivates both the bacteria and viruses identified on the product’s label on hard, non-porous surfaces reducing the risk of spreading germs from surfaces by touch.

Do I need to pre-clean the surface before using Conquer™?

Conquer™ is both a cleaner & disinfectant so there is no need for pre-cleaning with another product. If the surface you are cleaning has visible dirt or is heavily soiled, it should be removed prior to spraying Conquer on the surface to ensure proper disinfection.

What is the proper amount of time to wait after spraying?

Read the full instructions on the label or technical sheet for proper dwell times. As stated on the label, leaving the surface wet for 3 minutes will eliminate Bacteria and a variety of the viruses that have been tested with Conquer™. SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19 only requires a 1 minute dwell time.

Should gloves be worn when using Conquer™?

CDC guidelines state you should wear disposable gloves any time you clean & disinfect surfaces in your facility.

Is one type of cloth better than another when wiping?

Conquer’s formula is absorbed more quickly by natural fibers, therefore if you want to dry your surface more quickly, paper towels are suggested.

Do I need to rinse surfaces after using Conquer™?

High-touch areas in your clinic do not require rinsing after use. Follow label instructions for surfaces that will be in direct contact with food.

Is Conquer™ EPA registered?

Yes, the Conquer™ formula is registered with the EPA for use in all 50 states, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In addition, it is included on the list of products that are effective against Emerging Viral Pathogens including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.