Surfaces and medical equipment found in the healthcare environment are made up of many different types of metals, plastics and polymers. The compatibility of these materials with commonly used liquid cleaners and disinfectants, and automated UV disinfection devices is critical to ensure that surfaces and equipment look good and function correctly.
Clorox Healthcare provides a number of educational and informational resources, materials compatibility guidelines and information on medical device endorsements to help you make the best disinfectant choices to keep surfaces and equipment clean, and to protect the patient environment.
Learn about why compatibility should matter and how to apply this to cleaning the different surfaces and materials found in your facility.
Materials Compatibility Charts
Clorox scientists have evaluated the compatibility of many of our most frequently used healthcare disinfectants and our Clorox Healthcare® Optimum-UV Enlight® System with the materials most commonly found in the healthcare environment. Download the disinfectant compatibility chart to see how well our disinfectants will perform on these materials.