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Member's Mark Commercial Sanitizer 128 oz. - $5.48 (availability varies by location)

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Note: This is a disinfectant concentrate and NOT a hand sanitizer

Sam's Club has Member's Mark Commercial Sanitizer for $5.48. Free pickup is available and availability varies by location.

This product is on EPA's list of disinfectants for use against Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). EPA Registration is #6836-302 and can be verified here [epa.gov].

For use against Coronavirus, recommended dilution is 2.25 oz per 1 gallon of water. This product claims 1 minute wet contact time to kill Human Coronaviruses compared to 4 minutes wet contact time claimed by major brand disinfectant wipes (Lysol, Clorox). However, the EPA website recommends 10 minutes contact time for use against SARS-CoV-2.

Note: I found this in my local Sam's Club (zip 48326). So, this could be hugely location dependent.

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1 minute to kill Covid??? Says who??? Never been tested on Covid-19.
They didn't say it had been tested on COVID 19

However due to the coronavirus having been around for decades, it's been tested. And COVID 19 is no different than the other 18 coronavirus strands.

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Thanks! Ordered one for pick up tomorrow AM !
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1 minute to kill Covid??? Says who??? Never been tested on Covid-19.
COVID is a disease, not a virus. The product claims 1 minute contact time to kill Human Coronaviruses (there are many coronaviruses, not just SARS-CoV-2). And, it is on EPA's N-List as it meets EPA's criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19
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I've been using this quat for quite a while. It is a 10 minute dwell time (wet contact time) for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2).

.56 Oz per quart mix ratio when using it as a disinfectant for covid. Keeps for a week once mixed. If you want to use it past one week after mixing, buy the test paper sams also sells and test before using.

Good stuff for kitchen counters and cutting boards after washing them if you've been cutting raw meat, poultry, etc.
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I've been using this quat for quite a while. It is a 10 minute dwell time (wet contact time) for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2).

.56 Oz per quart mix ratio when using it as a disinfectant for covid. Keeps for a week once mixed. If you want to use it past one week after mixing, buy the test paper sams also sells and test before using.
You could be right. Although label claims 1 minute contact time (I added screenshot to the post), EPA's site mentions 10 minutes.

I updated the post description accordingly.
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I've been using this quat for quite a while. It is a 10 minute dwell time (wet contact time) for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2).

.56 Oz per quart mix ratio when using it as a disinfectant for covid. Keeps for a week once mixed. If you want to use it past one week after mixing, buy the test paper sams also sells and test before using.

Good stuff for kitchen counters and cutting boards after washing them if you've been cutting raw meat, poultry, etc.
Right. EPA # 6836-302. 10 minutes to kill Norovirus which is harder to kill than COVID-19.
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You could be right. Although label claims 1 minute contact time (I added screenshot to the post), EPA's site mentions 10 minutes.

I updated the post description accordingly.
Believe me, it is NOT a 1 minute dwell time for SARS-CoV-2.

IPA and a few other hospital grade disinfectants will get you 1 minute, although 2-3 is more common than 1 minute.

Some Lysol is 3-6 minutes dwell, as are a few wipes. The main problem is people don't keep things wet with the disinfectant long enough for disinfectants to work properly. Most spray and wipe dry right away.

Also, there is a difference between disinfectants and sanitizers. Some sanitizers (like the one you posted) act as disinfectants against some things when mixed at a higher PPM concentrations.
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Believe me, it is NOT a 1 minute dwell time for SARS-CoV-2.

IPA and a few other hospital grade disinfectants will get you 1 minute, although 2-3 is more common than 1 minute.

Some Lysol is 3-6 minutes dwell, as are a few wipes. The main problem is people don't keep things wet with the disinfectant long enough for disinfectants to work properly. Most spray and wipe dry right away.

Also, there is a difference between disinfectants and sanitizers. Some sanitizers (like the one you posted) act as disinfectants against some things when mixed at a higher PPM concentrations.
True. Recommended dilution for Coronavirus is higher than for use as a sanitizer.
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so this is safe for food prep surfaces? does it completely evaporate or is the remaining residue harmless for human consumption?(if food touches the dried surface)

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so this is safe for food prep surfaces? does it completely evaporate or is the remaining residue harmless for human consumption?(if food touches the dried surface)

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It is safe when used at sanitizer strength. Proper mix ratio is important, as is letting it completely dry.
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Sale is on raspberry flavor only.
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They didn't say it had been tested on COVID 19

However due to the coronavirus having been around for decades, it's been tested. And COVID 19 is no different than the other 18 coronavirus strands.

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There's actually only seven coronavirus strains The 19 refers to the year it was discovered as in 2019. Covid19 is a another strain of Sars. That's why this is also referred to as Sars-Cov2 for the 2nd version. Sars never really became widespread so they never really had a vaccine for it, it disappeared before they could finish developing it. Part of the reason why things are moving so fast now, they already had something on the shelf from before. The theory was that if they had a Sars vaccine, it might have worked for this one.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coronavirus

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