Hillyard Suprox-D A Disinfectant With The Power of Peroxide


Hillyard Suprox-D

Hillyard Suprox-D can be used as a disinfectant in your facility. Some of the areas are as follows: Bathrooms, schools, kitchens, day care centers, athletic facilities, dressing rooms, health clubs, showers and many other areas.

Suprox-D is an EPA registered, neutral pH in dilution, hospital disinfectant with the cleaning power of peroxide.

Containing twice the amount of peroxide than most brands, Hillyard Suprox-D excels at cleaning and can be used on many surfaces. Its neutral pH makes it safe on floors, and the peroxide aids in brightening grout on hard tile surfaces.

Excellent cleaning and disinfecting, combined with a cost
effective 2 ounces per gallon dilution rate makes Suprox-D the ideal choice to replace a multitude of products in a cleaning program, simplifying staff training and streamlining purchasing. Dye-free and fragrance-free.

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Features and Benefits
  • Disinfectant with the cleaning power of peroxide
  • Economical 2 oz. per gallon dilution rate
  • Neutral pH when diluted properly at 2 oz. per gallon of water
  • DISINFECTING, CLEANING and DEODORIZING DIRECTIONS: To disinfect hard non-porous inanimate surfaces, dilute 2 ozs. of concentrate per gallon of water (1 :64 dilution).

    Remove heavy soil deposits from surfaces. Apply to surfaces using a cloth, mop, sponge, or coarse trigger sprayer. Spray 6-8 inches from surface to be treated, thoroughly wetting the surface. Allow surface to remain wet for 10 minutes. Rub with brush, sponge, or cloth. Do not breathe spray. Wipe area with a clean cloth or allow to air dry.

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    5 comments on “Hillyard Suprox-D A Disinfectant With The Power of Peroxide

    1. Hello there, Can Suprox D give someone insomnia if inhaled while cleaning the walls of a sauna? Is it bad to come in contact with it even when diluted with water?

      • Russell,

        This is a great question. Because Suprox D has peroxide in it, there is the possibility that there could be some lightening of theses materials however it is not likely. Some peroxide chemicals are not as friendly as Suprox but to be certain, you should test it on materials similar to those your describe.


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