Germ Fighting 101
KILLS specified bacteria, viruses, mildews, or fungi on hard, nonporous surfaces
HOUSEHOLD SPRAYS & WIPES
REDUCES the most common FDA regulated germs and bacteria on skin to approved levels
HAND SANITIZERS & WIPES
REMOVES dirt, soils, and impurities from surfaces but does not kill germs
FOAMING HAND SOAPS
CleanWell® Home Care
Use on hard, nonporous surfaces (EPA registered)
Do CleanWell® Disinfecting Products Protect Against Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)?
SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is a new virus, and as such, the pathogens are unavailable commercially for
laboratory testing. See EPA List N FAQ.
CleanWell® Disinfecting Wipes and Sprays have been added to EPA’s List N “Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2”. Per
EPA, List N includes products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes the
List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2 (CleanWell’s listing per EPA’s website)
|EPA Registration Number||Active Ingredient/s||Product Name||Company|
|84683-3||Thymol||Benefect Botanical Daily Cleaner Disinfectant Spray||Cleanwell LLC|
|84683-4||Thymol||Benefect Botanical Daily Cleaner Disinfectant Towelette||Cleanwell LLC|
|EPA Registration Number||84683-3|
|Product Name||Benefect Botanical Daily Cleaner Disinfectant Spray|
|EPA Registration Number||84683-4|
|Product Name||Benefect Botanical Daily Cleaner Disinfectant Towelette|
CleanWell, LLC manufactures products marketed by the CleanWell® brand name under the EPA Registration Numbers above. All CleanWell® disinfecting products are required to list the corresponding EPA Registration Number on the packaging. This
number is located on the back of the product near the UPC bar code.
Botanical Disinfectant All Purpose Cleaner EPA# 84683-3
Botanical Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner EPA# 84683-3
Botanical Disinfecting Wipes 35ct EPA# 84683-4
Botanical Disinfecting Wipes 160ct EPA# 84683-4
CleanWell® Personal Care
Use on skin (FDA regulated)
Do CleanWell® Hand Sanitizers Protect Against Novel Coronavirus (SARS-COV-2)?
Hand sanitizing products are regulated by the FDA, and the FDA prohibits manufacturers from making viral reduction claims, particularly about novel coronavirus. This applies to all brands, even those with the CDC recommended 60% alcohol active. Additionally, testing for this novel coronavirus is unavailable, so no hand sanitizer can make a kill claim at this time.
Thymol, the plant-based active ingredient in CleanWell® hand sanitizing products, does kill germs botanically. We have 3rd party data to support the effectiveness of our products against many types of organisms; however, we cannot publish the specifics of this testing per the FDA restrictions previously mentioned.
CleanWell® Botanical Hand Sanitizers are proudly free of alcohol and harsh chemicals (including: Triclosan, Benzalkonium Chloride, Parabens), and are non-flammable. Our products provide consumers with an alternative that moisturizes with aloe and oats and is great for kids or those with sensitive skin.
Remember – The CDC recommends washing your hands, avoiding contacting others, and disinfecting your surfaces as the best defense for fighting germs and viruses.