Tuesday, September 30, 2008

FIRST CHOICE DISINFECTANT (No Rinse-Air Dry)



FIRST CHOICE DISINFECTANT (No Rinse-Air Dry)
Is The Most Economical Multi Purpose Disinfectant you can use for Cleaning and Disinfecting (Less than $1.00 a Gallon)


"First Choice is Perfect to use in our homes, especially with Winter and Flu Season just around the corner. I especially like that there is no strong chemical smell. I use First Choice to clean my entire house. I even put it in my wash machine, in my dish water and I always spray my kitchen counters and cutting board after cutting up meat, fruits and vegetables."



DISINFECTANT - BACTERICIDE - CLEANER - FUNGICIDE - MILDEWSTAT

SANITIZER - VIRUCIDE - DEODORIZER

Meets all requirements for hospital disinfectants
EPA REG. No. 1839-80-84369 EPA EST. No. 84369-CA-001

FIRST CHOICE is designed to provide effective cleaning, deodorization, sanitization and disinfection specifically for:
  • hospitals
  • nursing homes
  • schools
  • food processing plants
  • food service establishments
  • everywhere housekeeping is of prime importance in controlling the hazard of cross contamination.
DISINFECTION

To disinfect add 1/2 ounce of FIRST CHOICE concentrate per gallon of water.

"I always Make a one Gallon Jug and then fill it into my Spray bottle. Then I just refill my Spray bottle as I need it..."

FIRST CHOICE deodorizes those areas which generally are hard to keep fresh smelling, such as garbage storage areas, empty garbage bins and cans, toilet bowls and other areas which are prone to odors caused by microorganisms. KILLS HIV-1 ON PRE-CLEANED ENVIRONMENTAL SURFACES/OBJECTS PREVIOUSLY SOILED WITH BLOOD/BODY FLUIDS in health care settings (hospitals, nursing homes) or other settings in which there is an expected likelihood of soiling of inanimate surfaces/objects with blood or body fluids, and in which the surfaces/objects likely to be soiled with blood or body fluids can be associated with the potential for transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1

FIRST CHOICE, when used as directed, is formulated to disinfect hard, nonporous, inanimate, environmental surfaces: floors, walls, metal surfaces, stainless steel surfaces, glazed porcelain, glazed ceramic tile, plastic surfaces, bathrooms, shower stalls, bathtubs, toilet bowls, sink tops, cabinets, tables, chairs and telephones.

For larger areas: operating rooms, patient care facilities and restrooms, this product is designed to provide both general cleaning and disinfecting.

(HIV-1) (associated with AIDS)

EFFICACY TESTS HAVE DEMONSTRATED THAT THIS PRODUCT IS AN EFFECTIVE BACTERICIDE, FUNGICIDE, AND VIRUCIDE IN THE PRESENCE OF ORGANIC SOIL (5% BLOOD SERUM).

BACTERICIDAL ACTIVITY -When diluted at the rate of 1/2 ounce per gallon of water, FIRST CHOICE exhibits effective disinfectant activity against the organisms:

Pseudomonas aeruginosa PRD 10,
Salmonella schottmuelleri,
Salmonella choleraesuis,
Streptococous salivarius,
B revibacterium ammoniagenes,
Streptococous faecalis,
Staphylococous aureus,
Shigella dysenteriae,
Enterobacter aerogenes
B revibacterium ammoniagenes,
Escherichia coli,
Klebsiella pneumoniae

MILDEWSTAT -To control mold and mildew on pre-cleaned, hard, non-porous surfaces, add 1/2 ounce of FIRST CHOICE per gallon of water. Apply solution with a cloth, mop or sponge making sure to wet all surfaces completely. Let air dry. Prepare a fresh solution for each use. Repeat application at weekly intervals or when mildew growth appears.

FUNGICIDAL ACTIVITY -At the 1/2 ounce per gallon dilution, FIRST CHOICE is also fungicidal against the pathogenic fungi, Trichophyton mentagrophytes (athlete's foot fungus), when used as directed on hard surfaces found in bathrooms, shower stalls, locker rooms, exercise facilities or other clean, hard, non-porous, surfaces commonly contacted by bare feet.

*VIRUCIDAL ACTIVITY - FIRST CHOICE when used on environmental, inanimate hard surfaces at 1/2 ounce per gallon of water exhibits effective virucidal activity against Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV-1).

Influenza A2/Japan (representative of the common flu virus), Herpes Simplex Type 1 (causative agent of fever blisters), Adenovirus Type 5 (causative agent of upper respiratory infections), Vaccinia virus (representative of the pox virus group).

To disinfect toilet bowls, flush toilet, add 1/2 ounce of FIRST CHOICE directly to the bowl water. Swab the bowl completely using a scrub brush or toilet mop, making sure to get under the rim. Let stand for 10 minutes and flush.

SANITIZATION

To sanitize add 1 ounce of FIRST CHOICE concentrate to 5 gallons of water.

To sanitize immobile items such as tanks, chopping blocks, and counter tops, flood the area with a cloth or sponge making sure to wet all surfaces completely for at least 60 seconds. Let air dry.

To sanitize mobile items such as drinking glasses and eating utensils, immerse for at least 60 seconds making sure to immerse completely. Remove and let air dry. Prepare a fresh solution daily or more frequently as soil is apparent.

When used for sanitization of previously cleaned food equipment or food contact items NO WATER RINSE IS REQUIRED.


Do you have an Emergency Back-Up Nail Liquid?



Do you have an Emergency Back-Up Nail Liquid?


"Always keep an extra Nail Liquid in your cabinet for those times when you get down to your last drop and your next client is already sitting down."

Tammy Taylor






Shelf life, Expiration, Storage of Tammy Taylor Nail Liquid




  • 1. Tammy Taylor Nail Products have a very long shelf life because we make everything fresh in small batches and we rotate our inventory constantly, so, you do not get old products.

    Rule of thumb: With the Tammy Taylor Acrylic (liquid & powder): if it makes a good ball and does not look yellow, it should be good to use.

  • 2. From the time of purchase, your Tammy Taylor liquid and powder should last at least one year or more, with proper storage.
    Storage 2-1: Store in a closed dark cabinet, in a cool location. Do not put your cabinet near a heat source.
    Storage 2-2: Store liquids on the upper shelves, because any fumes that may be released will float upwards.
    Storage 2-3: Store powders on lower shelves so they do not collect any fumes from any liquids, because fumes rise upwards.
    Storage 2-4: Do Not store powders & liquids on the same shelf, as the powders can collect fumes from any liquids within proximity.

  • 3. Caution: Never pour Nail liquid from your dappen dish back into your bottle no matter how much money you think you are saving you will contaminate your whole bottle. Also Pouring from your small 4 oz. bottle back into your 8 oz. or 16 oz. bottle can be a source of contamination.Note: It is fine to refill your 4 oz. size from your 8 oz. or 16 oz. bottles, because the 4 oz. size is usually what a Nail Technician will keep at their work Station.

  • 4. Liquid contamination: The Tammy Taylor Nails monomer (nail liquid) should flow and have the consistency of water. When the liquid starts to get thick or starts to get a darker color to, it is either getting old or contaminated.
    Note on liquid: If the liquid starts turning an orange color, it is becoming contaminated.

    Is the liquid good? Test it on your
    Practice Sheet; make a ball with your Nail Liquid and Nail Powder if it makes a good ball and does not look yellow, the liquid should be okay.

  • 5. Powder contamination: If the top of the powder gets a crust on it or it looks slightly brownish; it is becoming contaminated on the surface...
    Note: You can Scrape off the top crust carefully, and the powder underneath should be okay until you can get a new Nail Powder.

  • 6. A Big Caution on Loaning out Your products; Your Products are the tools of your trade and how you make a living.
When you do not have a certain tool, and your TIME being critical as it is, you could be out of work for a period of TIME, or at least get way behind on your clients.

Your bills will not listen to: "I loaned out my liquid, and I could not do my clients nails.”

When you loan out your Products the tools of your trade, another Technician may not be as concerned as you are in taking care of your tools. Another Technician may for instance, since they are only using your liquid to apply one nail, they may dip their brush into your liquid bottle. This is the start of contamination. Or they may forget to cover the powder jar they borrowed with the lid before filing.

If they borrow your brush and forget to clean it; you get it back and you need to use the brush right now! Whoops... you will have to clean the brush first: 10-15 minutes of your TIME is now spent cleaning your brush that you loaned out. Or it is completely ruined...

Simple Rule of Thumb on Loaning out Your Products: Do Not Loan out your Products the tools of your trade! You need your Products the tools of your trade for your livelihood, your income, your rent money and your money to buy more tools.

What Tammy Taylor Nail Liquid is Right for You?

The Tammy Taylor "Original" Nail Liquid is designed to do fast nails year round with no crystallizing in the winter.

The Tammy Taylor "A+" Nail Liquid is designed to keep your "whites whiter" and your "pinks brighter".

The Tammy Taylor "Xtra-Adhesion" Nail Liquid was designed especially for clients with special acrylic nail needs. Some clients have fingernails that are difficult for acrylic to adhere to and need an extra boost in the nail liquid to help adhesion and eliminate lifting.

Use 2-3 coats of Tammy Taylor Nail Primer and Xtra-Adhesion Nail Liquid for all clients who have lifting problems. Some clients are very sensitive and the Xtra-Adhesion Nail Liquid can also be used without primer for these clients.

The Tammy Taylor "(S-Set)" Nail Liquid (aka) Summer Nail Liquid is a slower setting nail liquid, designed originally for summertime or hot weather, but also works great year round. That is why it will be re-named (S-Set) Slower Setting Nail Liquid instead of Summer; so there will be no confusion for those who want a slower setting nail liquid in all types of weather.

NOTE: In hot weather, acrylic nail products will set up faster; in cold weather, acrylic nail products will set up slower.