UKAL-Towel - Wet Teat Wipes (Canada)This page contains information on UKAL-Towel - Wet Teat Wipes for veterinary use.
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- UKAL-Towel - Wet Teat Wipes Indications
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UKAL-Towel - Wet Teat WipesThis treatment applies to the following species:
Veterinary use only
Chlorhexidine acetate 0.002% w/v, ethanol 50% w/v, lanolin 2% w/v
UKAL-Towel - Wet Teat Wipes Indications
UKAL-TOWEL are antiseptic pre-soaked wipes for udder wash, used as a pre-milking teat preparation, that aid in the prevention and control of mastitis in dairy cattle by reducing the bacterial population on teats and udders.
Directions For Use
For use as pre-milking teat preparation, for best results, the teats should be free of heavy dirt. Strip each teat.
Pull out a UKAL-TOWEL wipe from the container. When the perforation appears, give a snap sideways to separate from the next wipe.
Use one single UKAL-TOWEL per cow. To clean, wipe each teat for 6-9 seconds including the teat end.
NOTE: The ingredients used to soak the UKAL-TOWEL wipes are fast drying and do not require the use of a paper towel to dry teats prior to applying the milking unit.
CAUTIONS: For external use only. Do not use for cleaning and/or sanitizing milking equipment.
- Keep out of reach children.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
IMPORTANT: Close the container between milking.
STORAGE CONDITIONS: Store at room temperature (15-30°C), in dry clean area. Keep away from fire and flame or heat.
MADE IN CANADA
DISTRIBUTED BY: UKAL CANADA, 7525, av. Pion, St-Hyacinthe, QC J2R 1R8
112 131 030
NAC No.: 1760000.1
7525 AVENUE PION, ST-HYACINTHE, QC, J2R 1R8
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