surgical instrument cleaning detergents
with lubricant avoid surgical instrument corrosion and deliver all the ingredients necessary for superior cleaning outcomes.

The all-in-ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaning detergents remove all forms of surgical debris, stains, and mineral encrustations.

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surgical instrument cleaning detergents
cut cleaning costs.

ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaners render high quality cleaning outcomes for medical devices prior to sterilization. The all-in-ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaning detergents deliver medical devices that are residue free.

The ONEcleaner surgical instrument cleaning detergents with enzymatic cleaners and water soluble surgical instrument lubricant avoid surgical instrument corrosion, pitting, and staining.

AORN Recommended Practices state that surgical instruments should be checked for function after cleaning. Those with moving parts may require lubrication according to manufacturers' instructions.

Water soluble lubricants should be applied to those instruments that require lubrication. Instruments should be cleaned before the lubricant is applied.

Lubricants decrease friction between working surfaces. Unless otherwise specified, surgical instrument lubricants should be water soluble to allow steam penetration during sterilization; oil-based products cannot be penetrated.

Surgical instruments should be lubricated with a neutral pH water soluble lubricant after every use and during every cleaning treatment.

ONEcleaner lubricating surgical instrument cleaners assure that all moving parts are lubricated during every cleaning cycle treatment.

The ONEcleaner enzyme surgical instrument cleaning detergent formulation includes highly concentrated, neutral pH, water soluble, temperature activated surgical instrument lubricants that strengthen the passive layer of protection against corrosion.

The ONEcleaner water soluble surgical instrument lubricant avoids surgical instrument corrosion, pitting, and staining.