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Available from NHS Supply Chain NPC FAL12850


Prepclean®


Forever Wet Humectant Spray


The latest breakthrough in Non-Enzymatic, Non-Aerosol pre-cleaning sprays, Prepclean® Forever Wet’s unique humectant properties form a moist coating over the instruments that lasts for up to 48 hours.


72 hours when placed in an airtight bag.


HTM 01-01: Management and decontamination of surgical instruments: Part A – Management and provision extract


6.5 Prions are hydrophobic proteins. The attachment of hydrophobic proteins to surfaces becomes less reversible if they are allowed to dry fully. Keeping the environment around soiled instruments at or near saturation humidities (moist) prevents full attachment of hydrophobic proteins such that they are more efficiently removed by cleaning.


Prepclean Forever Wet creates a long lasting moisture barrier. As seen here, instrument remains wet to the touch for days after application.


Contains a Rust Inhibitor For a free full size sample bottle for evaluation and a copy of the independent Prepclean Evaluation Report, please contact the office.


Peskett Solutions Ltd Unit 4 Brampton Business Park


55 Brampton Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 9AF Tel: 01323 511038 Fax: 01323 503247


E Mail: support@ruhof.co.uk Web: www.ruhof.co.uk


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