Disinfect and Deodorize Personal Protective Gear, Equipment and Facilities
You put your life on the line every day, so you know just how critical it is to have personal protective equipment in good working order, ready to go at a moment’s notice.
To prevent infections and get rid of the source of odors, spray Clear Gear on equipment after each use:
- Helmets, ballistic vests, boots, gloves, air masks, firefighting turn out gear, goggles, face shields, equipment bags and other gear
Spray Clear Gear in facilities and common areas to reduce infection outbreaks:
- Bathrooms, storage rooms, laundry, weight rooms, training facilities, etc.
- Free weights, nautilus equipment, medicine balls, jump ropes, resistance bands, leg and wrist weights
- Cardio machines such as treadmills, stair climbers, rowing machines, spin bikes and stationary weight machines
- Handles and doorknobs, floors, tables, and chairs, desk areas
Clear Gear is also approved by the EPA for use in:
- Prisons, hospitals, emergency rooms; as well as police, EMS, fire, and rescue vehicles
The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) tested Clear Gear
and rated our spray a 4.65 out of 5.
First Responder Gear
After using gear and equipment, separate and clean off debris. Spray with Clear Gear making sure the spray gets into hard to reach spots. Let air dry in an open-air environment. Do not store in lockers, closet or bags until dry to reduce the chance of mold and mildew
On a regular basis, use Clear Gear on facilities to reduce the chance of cross-contamination and infection outbreak
Follow personal hygiene protocols:
- Shower and wash clothes and towels immediately after use
- Clean and/or treat bags, home equipment, and shoes regularly with Clear Gear Spray
- Don’t share towels or other personal items, don’t sit naked on benches and wear shower shoes
- Keep all cuts, lesions or abrasions clean, dry and covered