Iodine compounds: The oxidation method is used for pathogen enzymes, as it easily penetrates the pathogen and oxidizes the pathogen’s proteins and enzymes, thus killing it. It is lethal to most types of pathogens. It is used in the presence of fats and dirt, ie effective in the presence of fats and works more efficiently in an acidic medium. It is used to sterilize feeders, drinkers, poultry batteries, as well as eggshells. It is also used at a small percentage of 25 parts per million to sterilize drinking water. The action of iodine is weakened by the presence of organic matter, and it has the property of killing cystic or cystic pathogens. It is used as a topical antiseptic against bacteria, fungi and viruses. • It is used as an antiseptic for recent wounds. Antiseptic and sterile before performing surgeries. It is used in cases of suppurative skin infections (abscesses) after cleaning the area.
In a cool, dry and dark place, at a temperature not exceeding 30°C.
OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Avoid contact with eyes, mouth and inhalation. Wash empty containers with water before disposal.