2 mL (½ teaspoon) household bleach per litre (4 cups) of water
30 mL (1 ounce or 2 tablespoons) household bleach per 15 litres (3.3 gallon) or a sink half filled with water.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for mixing the correct dilution and for the dilution needed for these surfaces. Product must have a DIN issued by Health Canada.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for mixing the correct dilution. Product must have a DIN issued by Health Canada.
Call your public health inspector if you have questions.
For more information, please contact your nearest Environmental Public Health office.
Cleaning and Sanitizing the Kitchen, Toys, and Other Surfaces
Current as of: May 15, 2018
Author: Environmental Public Health, Alberta Health Services
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