Rescue™ should be stored away from direct sunlight, in a well-ventilated place, and properly labeled in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines.
When storing Rescue™ disinfectants in your facility, remember to keep the container tightly closed and in a dry and well-ventilated place. Make sure the product is stored in an area that is out of direct sunlight, as well as away from heat and ignition sources. Also, avoid storage at elevated temperatures.
Rescue™ has good compatibility with most hard, non-porous surfaces, including stainless steel, treated wood, and hard plastics. If you are storing the Rescue™ bottles in a cabinet or on a shelf, it is a good idea to have the bottles sit on a plastic liner, just in case the bottle is knocked over and any product spills onto the surface.
You may also find these resources useful:
- If you are storing at elevated temperatures please read our knowledge base article What temperature should Rescue® Disinfectants be stored at?
- 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