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Rescue™ Ready to Use

Rescue™ Ready to Use

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How to Use

Rescue™ Ready to Use

Rescue - How to Use


Avoid Aerosolization

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Rescue - Avoid Aerosolization

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Rescue™ Ready to Use Pathogen Claims

Rescue™ Ready to Use is an effective and convenient choice for everyday use. To find out specific pathogen claims for this product, select the organism from the chart below.



Rescue™ Ready to Use

Bordetella bronchiseptica

1 minute

Pathogen claims also found on the Rescue™ Ready to Use Reference Sheet: Download

Rescue™ Ready to Use Contact Times

Rescue™ Ready to Use is excellent for daily use and in outbreak situations with FAST contact times.

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1 minute 1 minute 1 minute 10 seconds
Surface should be visibly wet for contact time.

Contact times also found in the Quick Start Guide: Download

How to Use Rescue™ Ready to Use

Rescue™ Ready to Use removes tough soils—dirt, grime, mold, mildew, blood, urine and fecal matter. Larger volume formats are available for more cost-effective use and can easily be decanted into smaller spray bottles.

How To Use Video: Watch Video    Quick Start Guide: Download

Taking seal off bottle

Step 1

Prepare the bottle

Remove the lid and seal. Approved sprayers, foamers and empty bottles make dispensing onto a surface easy and ensures accurate and even distribution.

Apply a workplace label

Step 2

Remember to apply a workplace label to the solution container

Use a Rescue™ Ready to Use workplace label and record the lot number and the date the product was decanted.

For more information on Workplace Labels or to order click here.

Pre-clean heavily soiled areas with wipe or towel

Step 3

Pre-clean heavily soiled areas

Remove visible soil and pre-clean the area by working from the least contaminated area to the most contaminated area.

Spraying surface with Rescue™ Ready to Use

Step 4

Squirt, foam or wipe Rescue™ Ready to Use onto the surface

Spray the product 6-8 inches away from the surface making sure the surface area is visibly wet. Wettability and surface coverage are equally as important to ensure disinfection can be achieved in one application.

Surface with timer showing 1 minute

Step 5

Allow surface to remain visibly wet for 1 minute

In order for disinfectants to be effective they must remain wet on the surface for their entire contact time. Be sure to follow the proper contact times for specific pathogens.

Wipe surface dry or allow to air dry

Step 6

Wipe surface dry or allow to air dry

Use a damp, clean cloth to dry small areas, or allow to air dry.

Success and Troubleshooting Tips

Spray and Walk Away.

After spraying the product, walk away and come back after the appropriate contact time. Rescue™ is non-toxic and is not harmful to inhale. The aerosolization of Rescue™ may cause you to cough. You can also use a trigger foamer that will apply the product in a foam instead of a spray.

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Avoid Aerosolization

Wait Before Wiping Dry.

Always follow the required contact time when disinfecting a surface for a particular pathogen. Consider setting a timer and walking away until the timer goes off.

Approved Accessories

Trigger Sprayer

Trigger Sprayer

Trigger sprayers aerosolizes the solution to be applied onto multiple surfaces. (32oz Rescue™ Ready to Use bottle currently does not include a sprayer)

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Trigger Foamer

Trigger Foamer

Trigger foamers dispense a thick foam to be applied onto multiple surfaces. Foaming is an alternative to an aerosolized spray which results in visible surface coverage and slower evaporation.

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Rescue™ Spray Bottle

Spray Bottle

The Pump-Up Foamer is a low volume portable foam applicator for applying Rescue™ Ready to Use or diluted Rescue™ to any surface as high-quality, rich, clinging foam.

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Pump Up Foamer

Pump Up Foamer

Screen-printed bottle of workplace label with an included trigger foamer for application. Workplace labels are used to identify the dilution rate, expiry date and lot number.

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No water connection is required during operation because it uses diluted chemical dispensed from a Mixing Station.

Recommended for inside/outside applications, spot cleaning, and for staff that may require additional clearance from aerosolized product. These areas include kennels/cattery, play yards with artificial or natural turf, play yard equipment, holding areas including isolation/quarantine, parvo rooms, exam rooms, etc.

Installation and Operations Instructions

Workplace Labels

Workplace Labels

Workplace labels are designed for secondary bottles containing the dispensed diluted Rescue™ Ready to Use solution. Labels are used to identify the dilution rate, expiry date and lot number.

For more information on Workplace Labels or to order click here.