Your best post-flood weapons.
Wide-spread flooding is almost always followed by war—a war against filth, bacteria, viruses and disease. That’s when it’s good to get advice from a leader like Lt. General Russel Honoré who is nationally known as the commander of Joint Task Force Katrina as well as other major recovery efforts.
General Honoré highly recommends Dutch® Plus and Sentinel®II—two effective weapons in his anti- pathogen arsenal.
Dutch® Plus Ready-to-Use Disinfectant Spray
Dutch Plus is highly effective against a wide variety of dangerous microorganisms including bacteria, antibiotic resistant bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold and mildew. This one-step germicidal spray disinfectant cleaner and deodorant is widely used in homes, hospitals, public restrooms and schools. It is designed for general cleaning and disinfecting of hard, nonporous surfaces like floors, walls and stainless steel surfaces. In the aftermath of Katrina, General Honoré’s team relied on Dutch Plus in their fight against bacteria like salmonella, listeria monocytogenes and streptococcus; as well as viruses like hepatitus A, B & CA, rabies virus, Avian Flu and HIV 1.
Sentinel®II One-step, No-rinse Disinfectant Cleaner.
Sentinel®II is also a one-step disinfectant that is effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria. It kills viruses (including HIV-1, HCV & HBV) and inhibits the growth of mold and mildew and their odors. The post-Katrina task force relied on Sentinel®II to aid in the reduction of cross-contamination on treated surfaces, not only in hospitals, but also in schools, institutions and industry. Sentinel®II is applied to infected surfaces, allowed to remain wet for 10 minutes, and wiped clean.
Now retired from the army, General Honoré is an author and sought-after speaker who continues to advocate for building a culture of preparedness in America. In the fight against dangerous pathogens—after a major catastrophe or for day-to-day general cleanliness—the General highly recommends Dutch® Plus and Sentinel®II.