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Norovirus disinfectant.

Alpet D2 Surface Disinfectant, from Best Sanitizers, Inc., is a nontoxic, broad spectrum disinfectant with an EPA-registered Norovirus label claim. The ready-to-use formula with isopropyl alcohol and a four-chain quaternary compound has a surface-contact time of five minutes to disinfect. Because it is approved for use on food contact surfaces without a rinse, it can be used in every area of a facility. Alpet D2 is available in quart sprayers, five-gallon pails, and refillable wipes systems.

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