Microban 24 Hour Sanitizing Aerosol Spray in Stock!!!

Microban 24 Hour Sanitizing Spray kills 99.9% of bacteria and continues working throughout the day to provide long-lasting protection for surfaces in your home. This 3-in-1 cleaner sanitizes for 24 hours, disinfects and eliminates odors. It is also approved to initially kill the virus that causes COVID-19. It can be used on a variety of hard, non-food-contact surfaces such as doorknobs, light switches and stair railings. It can also be used on soft surfaces such as couches, backpacks and coats.

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Use on a variety of hard, non-food-contact and soft surfaces, including plastic, upholstery, painted wood, sealed wood, painted surfaces, washable fabric, vinyl, stainless steel, aluminum, glazed porcelain, glazed ceramic, sealed granite and marble, Formica® and Corian®.

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