Diversey Launches SureTouch, a One-Step, DfE-certified Disinfectant

November 15, 2018

Diversey introduced SureTouch®, a ready-to-use, one-step cleaner disinfectant and deodorizer that is powered by Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide® (AHP®) technology. The product has been certified under the Environmental Protection Agency’s Design for the Environment (DfE) labeling program, which recognizes least-hazardous classes (i.e., III and IV) of EPA’s acute toxicity category hierarchy.

“Our SureTouch disinfectant is environmentally responsible and delivers exceptional performance, making it the ideal product for facilities looking to clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces efficiently and effectively,” said Justin Carrier, Vice President, Contractors, Government, Education & Light Industrial - North America, Diversey. “The ready-to-use format ensures that employees no longer have to mix and measure chemicals, allowing them to create safer and more satisfying environments of care, learning or work.

Highly compatible with a wide variety of hard, non-porous surfaces, the SureTouch disinfectant is effective against key bacteria and viruses including MRSA, VRE, Influenza and Norovirus. The product disinfects in just five minutes and can be used as a 30-second sanitizer on non-food contact surfaces. Additionally, SureTouch disinfectant’s active ingredients break down to oxygen and water after use, and it is non-irritating to eyes and skin.

For more information, visit www.diversey.com/diversey-care/diversey-care-products/suretouch.

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