Josh's Frogs ReptiSan is our latest breakthrough product. Aimed at cleaning and disinfecting reptile and amphibian habitats, ReptiSan is both safe and easy to use.
What is it?ReptiSan is a 2%
Chlorhexidine gluconate solution. Chlorhexidine gluconate is a safe, widely used disinfectant, and is used in veterinary hospitals and zoos the world over as a disinfectant. Chlorhexidine is also one of the disinfecting agents in mouthwash, as well as a surgical scrub and wound cleanser in hospitals.How does it work?Chlorhexidine gluconate binds to the cell membrane of bacteria, causing all bacterial reproduction to stop, and killing the bacteria. Chlorhexidine gluconate is particularly effective against such bacteria as Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus dysgalactiae, Streptococcus uberis, Staphylococcus aureus, E. coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.How do I use it?Josh's Frogs ReptiSan Disinfectant is simple to use. Just m
ix 2oz of ReptiSan to 1 gallon distilled or reverse osmosis water (or .5oz Reptisan per 32oz spray bottle). Spray diluted Reptisan on an impermeable surface, such as glass or plastic. Allow ReptiSan to sit for 5 minutes, then wipe dry. If using ReptiSan with amphibians, rinse the surface with water before amphibians are returned to the enclosure. ReptiSan is also great for cleaning glass!At Josh's Frogs, we have been using ReptiSan to clean hundreds of enclosures for over a year. At the request of our customers, we've developed a commercial grade product for use with your reptiles or amphibians at home!
Why should I use it?ReptiSan is much more safe to use than other available habitat cleaners. Unlike bleach, ReptiSan does not have an odor or fumes that can harm your animals. ReptiSan is a non-toxic, non-irritating agent possessing a wide range of antiseptic and antimicrobial activity against organisms such as bacteria and fungi. It's safe for use around animals!
Where do I get it?
Right here at Josh's Frogs! Click Here, and pick up your bottle today! For more information on ReptiSan Habitat Disinfectant and Cleaner, please watch the video below: