Wipe Out Dairy Wipes

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Wipe Out Dairy Wipes

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: ImmuCell

Benefits:

Wipe Out® is tough on germs, attacking bacteria on contact. Wipe Out® contains no harsh chemicals, leaving teats soft and conditioned.

Directions For Use

Use one pre-treated Wipe Out® Dairy Wipe per cow to clean, sanitize and dry the entire teat area, especially at the teat opening. Wipe Out® Dairy Wipes will leave the teat dry and ready to milk. Use of a paper towel for drying is not required.

Wipe Out® may also be used for cleaning: milkers' hands before and during milking, teats prior to mastitis treatment, pre-injection sites

Active Ingredient

Nisin

Inactive Ingredients

Catalase, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Isopropanol, DL-Methionine, Polysorbate 20, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Chloride, and Water

Warning

Keep out of children's reach.

Avoid contact with eyes.

Manufactured by: ImmuCell Corporation, 56 Evergreen Drive, Portland, ME 04103 USA

For more information or to order product direct, call: 207-878-2770 or toll free 800-466-8235

www.immucell.com

Wipe Out® is a trademark of ImmuCell Corporation.

U.S. Patent Number 5,762,948

Presentation: Available in 500-count buckets (4 in a case), or 500-count replacement bags (4 in a case).

NAC No.: 11200043

IMMUCELL CORPORATION
56 EVERGREEN DRIVE, PORTLAND, ME, 04103
Telephone:   207-878-2770
Order Desk:   800-466-8235
Fax:   207-878-2117
Website:   www.immucell.com
Email:   info@immucell.com
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