Once the disinfectant has reached the contact time, either allow it to air dry, or provide a rinse with water, before reintroducing animals to the area.
Rescue™ is completely safe and non-toxic, and does not leave any active residues behind on surfaces once dry. For best practice, we recommend allowing the disinfectant to air dry first before reintroducing animals to the area. This is to ensure pathogens of concern have been killed on the surface by achieving proper contact time. Alternatively, you can provide a rinse with water after the disinfectant has reached its contact time, which would ensure that there is no pooling of the disinfectant on the surface.
You may also find these resources useful:
- Rescue Concentrate SDS
- Rescue Ready-to-Use Liquid SDS
- Rescue Wipes SDS
- Blog: AHP, The New Technology in Disinfection
- Blog: What Makes AHP So Different From Other Cleaners?
- Blog: Why Rescue is Deliberately Different
Video: How to use Rescue Concentrate
Video: How to use Rescue Ready-to-Use
Video: How to use Rescue Wipes