Dairy Dine (Canada)

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Dairy Dine

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Manufacturer: Dominion

GERMICIDE

Detergent - Sanitizer - Disinfectant

FOR DAIRY FARM

DIN 00523712

FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY

SANITIZING WITH DAIRY DINE:

1 Add 0.6 mL of Dairy Dine to each litre of lukewarm water to aid in the prevention of the recontamination of sanitized equipment by contaminated rinse water and by possible carry over of organic matter from the wash tank.

2 Allow washed equipment to soak in rinse tank solution for at least 2 minutes.

3 Before milking, reassemble and flush machines with 0.6 mL Dairy Dine per litre of cold water.

TEATS, UDDERS & FLANKS:

Soak clean paper towel (one for each cow) in 0.6 mL of Dairy Dine per litre of lukewarm water.

MILKSTONE:

Where milkstone build-up is heavy, a yellow colour will show up after using Dairy Dine. Remove it by using equal parts of Dairy Dine and lukewarm water. Soak the surfaces being cleaned for 2-3 minutes, then brush and rinse. Daily use of Dairy Dine will prevent milkstone build-up.

NOTE:

Yellow colour is an indicator of sanitizing activity. As long as it persists, the Dairy Dine solution continues its activity.

GUARANTEE:

(nonylphenyl) hydroxypoly (oxyethylene) iodine complex equivalent to 1.75% titratable iodine.

Net 4 Litres

DOMINION VETERINARY LABORATORIES LTD., 1199 Sanford St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 3A1

www.domvet.com

1-800-465-7122

NAC No.: 11810162

DOMINION VETERINARY LABORATORIES LTD.
1199 SANFORD STREET, WINNIPEG, MB, R3E 3A1
Telephone:   204-589-7361
Toll-Free:   1-800-465-7122
Fax:   204-943-9612
Website:   www.domvet.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Dairy Dine information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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