The CrackleClean™ Sanitizer formula dispenses a foaming gel that crackles when dispensed, providing an interactive and engaging experience that encourages users to sanitize more frequently.
The CrackleClean™ Sanitizer formula dispenses a foaming gel that crackles when dispensed, providing an interactive and engaging experience that encourages users to sanitize more frequently. The FDA registered, highly effective formula kills 99.99% of tested bacteria*. Use frequently between handwashes to maintain hand hygiene.
Features and Benefits:
view this product in AR:
1. Must be on a smartphone or tablet to view in AR.
2. Go to the image gallery and select "View 3D Model" and then select "View Product in AR".
3. Follow instructions in the AR product viewing window to successfully place the product in your space.
4. Move the product, walk around with the product, and take photos to visualize the RCP product in your space in real-time.
|Product Length||2.09 in||5.31 cm|
|Product Width||2.09 in||5.31 cm|
|Product Height||7.64 in||19.41 cm|
|Case Pack Length||9.00 in||22.86 cm|
|Case Pack Width||6.63 in||16.84 cm|
|Case Pack Height||9.75 in||24.77 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||7.05 lb||3.20 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||12|
|Country of Origin||CA|
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FDA monograph, test method, list of organisms killed and test lab reference for RCP Hand Sanitizer and Antibacterial Soaps.