Cleaning instructions for the compact, notebook-style medical keyboard
- Turn keyboard off
- Use a disinfectant wipe to ‘scrub’ down the keyboard
- If wipes are not available, than spray disinfectant/cleaner onto a cloth and wipe the keyboard down.
- Allow the keyboard surface to dry/evaporate before powering back on
- This is especially important for the touchpad because it self-calibrates upon power up… any chemicals left on its surface can impact its calibration.
Shown below is a chart listing medical grade cleaners that have been successfully tested on TG3’s medical keyboards.
If the cleaner your company uses is not on the list, we will conduct our rigorous, accelerated testing process to ensure the cleaner works with our medical keyboards.
|TG3 TESTED CLEANING PRODUCTS|
|10% Hydrogen Peroxide
|Palmolive® Liquid Detergent
Phenolic 18 Disinfectant Spray
|3M™ Quat Disinfectant 25
70% Isopropyl Alcohol Solution
Aquasonic 100 Gel
|Equate Advanced Healing Hand Lotion
Equate Antibacterial Wipes
Expose® II 256
|Purell 62% Sanitizer Lotion Purell 62% Wipes
PDI Sani-Cloth® HB Germicidal
|Brulin® Maxima 256™ Disinfectant Cleaner
Caltech Dispatch (.55% Sodium Hypochlorite)
HIBICLENS (Chlorhexidine Gloconate Solution 4.0% w/v)
|PDI Sani-Cloth® Plus Germicidal Wipes
STERIS’ LpH® Disinfectant Cleaner
|Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes
3M™ CompuBlend™ IIBase V
|Household Bleach (Mixed 1:10 with water)
Metrex Metrizyme Dual Enzymatic Detergent
|PDI Super Sani-Cloth® Wipes (Alcohol Quat)
T-Spray™ and T-Spray™ II
Virex® Tb Disinfectant Cleaner
|Ecolab Asepti Zyme||Oxivir® Tb||Wexford Labs Wexcide 128|