BACTROKILL 3C - COSMETOLOGY COMPLETE CARE 1 Gallon: Disinfect and eliminate bacteria from non-porous surfaces with BactroKill C3 Cosmetology Care—a eco-responsible water-based disinfectant. BactroKill C3 is an EPA registered hospital grade virucide, fungicide, and bactericide that kills both enveloped and non-enveloped family of viruses. Its advanced Nano technology is eco-responsible for people, plants and pets. The disinfecting power of BactroKill C3 meets the state standards for infection control.
LIMIT 3 PER CUSTOMER.
Surfaces: Before setting up your working area spray BactroKill C3 directly on the surface and wipe clean. Then spray 2 to 3 mists approximately 1 to 2 feet away from surface and let air dry. Once dry, lay down a paper towel and begin to set up all tools.
Makeup Case/Kit: Maintaining a clean storage area for all of your materials is key. Spray several mists on the interior of you kit approximately 1 to 2 feet away before putting away. This will keep the residual value going so it is ready for the next use.
Synthetic Brushes: After routine cleaning of synthetic makeup brushes, spray 1 to 2 light mists approximately 1 to 2 feet away before putting away.
Airbrushes: Following cleansing of cosmetic products from the airbrush, disinfect with BactroKill C3. Fill airbrush with BactroKill C3 and run through the system once.
Pencil sharpener: After sharpening a pencil, spray 1 to 2 mists directly on the sharpener and wipe residual wood chips or cosmetic material away.
BactroKill C3 is an EPA registered “hospital grade” disinfectant. It utilizes an advanced water based nanotechnology with a stabilizing agent to release the disinfecting power of ClO2 (chlorine dioxide). Use BactroKill C3 on all of your beauty products and tools. It does not contain toxic poisons that may be used in other disinfectants such as: bleach, alcohol, chlorine, ammonia, peroxide and silver or copper ions.
I've been using C3 for over 4 years as a makeup artist for sanitizing product as well as surfaces. Now with Covid-19 concerns I looked into its effectiveness for sanitizing against that, and got encouraging feedback from Bactronix that I could use it to sanitize surgical masks if needed. I'm very excited to share this with friends in the medical community.