An EPA-registered disinfectant is a disinfectant that has been registered with the Environmental Protection Agency. As part of the registration process, EPA evaluates the product efficacy to make sure the public health label claims are accurate.
The ability of a non-living surface (such as an implement) to be disinfected, or cleaned of microorganisms. All hard metal implements in the salon, as well as surfaces and equipment, must be disinfected, which means they can be cleaned to this degree.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency)
A federal organization responsible for regulating disinfectants and other chemical substances.
Demonstrating the ability to kill viruses.
A germ-killing agent.
Demonstrating the ability to kill bacteria.
An agent capable of destroying fungus.
Mehaz’s Disinfecting Tray is great for disinfecting manicure and pedicure implements, skin care implements, hair shears, and non-porous files. The basket raises and lowers, leaving hands dry and implements sanitized.
Defense Disinfectant Concentrate
Nouveau Nail’s Defense Disinfectant Concentrate is a super concentrated, hospital grade, no-rinse formula effective against bacteria, fungus, and most viruses. It’s intended to be mixed with water and used to disinfect implements, tools, files, and more. Each four ounce bottle makes four gallons of disinfectant solution.
A substance used to destroy microorganisms on non-living surfaces, such as implements and surfaces; all disinfectants must be approved by and registered with the federal EPA and in each individual state; disinfectants are not for use on human skin or nails.