Selectrocide is the first technology to allow the production of ultra-pure chlorine dioxide at the point of use without expensive equipment or harmful by-products.

  • Selectrocide is a product that can produce ultra-pure chlorine dioxide at the point of use to specific required concentrations.
  • It is convenient, simple to use, and offers you a new way to decontaminate your home or business.
  • EPA approved to kill human coronavirus.

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What is Selectrocide?Download PDF

Selectrocide is the industry's elite biocide, disinfectant, sterilant, and sanitizing agent ideal for decontaminating commercial businesses and facilities. This powerhouse of sanitation has multiple applications, including hard, non-porous surface decontamination for many commercial industries. High-traffic commercial businesses, locker rooms, water systems, animal confinement facilities, and agricultural buildings all benefit from the careful use of Selectrocide.

Chlorine dioxide, Selectrocide's active ingredient, has proven itself more effective and user-friendly than bleach. Once a small packet of Selectrocide is added to water and the chemical activates, the resulting cleaning liquid is easier to use and less caustic than other products on the market.

Because the dry, undiluted substance can be dangerous to handle, Selectrocide comes in packaging that requires no skin contact with the chemicals. Simply place the packet in the appropriately sized container of water and wait the indicated time for activation. 

Your order of Selectrocide comes with clear and comprehensive instructions for use as well as testing strips so you are assured of the optimal concentration of the chemical after you mix it.

Help stop the spread of infectious diseases or the growth of algae and bacteria with Selectrocide (EPA Registration No. 74986-5).

What is Chlorine Dioxide?

  • Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) is the ideal biocide, possessing the broadest range of coverage as a bactericide, virucide, algaecide and fungicide.
  • Destroys biofilm with low ppm and with short contact times.
  • Best known as an oxidation technology for disinfecting and deodorizing (physically destroys instead of poisoning).
  • Premier odor elimination technology offered today.
  • Generated in gas or liquid forms in multiple sizes and custom sizes upon request.


In an aqueous form, ClO2 functions as a highly selective oxidant and it remains as a free radical which does not hydrolyze in water. Given proper contact time, liquid ClO2 destroys surface contaminants and biofilm, then decomposes into salt ions and water. The liquid can be sprayed or fogged.


In a gaseous form, ClO2 eliminates foul odors caused by mold, mildew, smoke and other organic sources. It will also eliminate VOC's and chemical odors.

The gas and liquid can be used separately or in tandem as prescribed by our extensively field-tested protocols.

What Makes ClO2 Different?

  • Chlorine dioxide is not to be confused with chlorine bleach. ClO2 does not generate harmful by-products produced by chlorine bleach.
  • The active ingredients physically attack and destroy the microorganisms versus other methods that poison and leach harmful chemicals.
  • Once liquid ClO2 is sprayed on a surface and activated, it penetrates the biofilm, destroying the microorganisms living underneath.
  • Odor-causing bacteria and mold are ultimately destroyed due to their low resistance or tolerance to ClO2.
  • ClO2 breaks down when exposed to light and air so it is biodegradable making it safe for the environment.

Product InstructionsDownload PDF

Step 1: Make the Concentrate (500 ppm)

* Concentrate Solution is not ready to use for disinfecting or sanitizing. Product needs to be diluted (steps 2&3).

  1. Fill a container with the directed amount of water.
  2. Tear open the packaging and remove the packet inside.
  3. Place the packet in container with water. Close the lid and keep in a cool dark area for 2 hours. (DO NOT USE BEFORE 2 HOURS.)
  4. Remove packet after 2 hours, no longer than 24 hours. (DO NOT TRY TO REUSE PACKET.)

Step 2: Dilute Concentrate to Make Disinfectant (100 ppm)

* This product needs to be diluted prior to use. Reference chart below for amount of water needed.

  1. After two hours you can now use concentrate to make your disinfectant.
  2. Mix 1 equal part of Selectrocide Concentrate with 4 equal parts water.
  3. Disinfectant solution is now ready to use.

Step 3 (Optional): Dilute Concentrate to make Sanitizer (50 ppm)

* This product needs to be diluted prior to use. Reference chart below for amount of water needed.

  1. After two hours you can now use concentrate to make your sanitizer.
  2. Mix 1 equal part of Selectrocide Concentrate with 8 equal parts water.
  3. Sanitizing solution is now ready to use.
Step 1
To Make Concentrate
Submerge Packet in Water
Submerge Packet in Water
Cover & Wait 2 Hours
Cover and Wait 2 Hours
Amount of Water to UseTime
1G1/2 Gal2 Hrs
5G2.6 Gal2 Hrs
12G6.2 Gal2 Hrs
Step 2
To Make Disinfectant
1 Part Concentrate : 4 Parts Water
Mix 1 Part Concentrate to 4 Parts Water
Amount of WaterYields Amount of Disinfectant
2 Gal2.5 Gal
10.6 Gal13.2 Gal
24.8 Gal31 Gal
Step 3
To Make Sanitizer
1 Part Concentrate : 8 Parts Water
Mix 1 Part Disinfectant to 8 Parts Water
Amount of WaterYields Amount of Sanitizer
2 Gal5 Gal
10.6 Gal24.4 Gal
24.8 Gal62 Gal

Do not expose Selectrocide solution to sunlight.

Recommended specifications for containers used with products for use in generating or storing activated solutions.

The container should be–or be comparable to, an UN-approved, liquid-resealable containment incorporating a gasket-sealing surface and locking mechanism. Construction should be of dark or opaque/UV-blocking (preferred) oxidation-resistant plastic or glass. Some materials recommended include:

  • High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Polypropylene (PP)
  • Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) (PETE)
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
  • Polycarbonate (PC)
  • Glass (UV-blocking preferred)
  • Gasket materials; silicone, viton or EPDM
Recommended Storing Containers

Product Comparisons


Active Ingredient: Sodium chlorite → chlorine dioxide
Use Concentration for Disinfection: 100 ppm
EPA Registration No: 84986-4, 84986-5
Mode of Action: Oxidation

  • Easy to Transport
  • Higher Quality CLO2 Than Other Options
  • Effective Against Human Coronavirus
  • Usable in Both Liquid & Gas Phases
  • No Expensive Capital Equipment Required
  • Safe For User, Pets, Environment
  • No Harmful, Corrosive Byproducts

Safety Data Sheet

Active Ingredient: Hydrogen Peroxide, 0.5-4.25%
Use Concentration: 664-5,000 ppm
EPA Registration No: Various
Mode of Action: Oxidation

Pros: No residues or gasses, effective biocide, efficacious against human coronavirus

Cons: Must be shipped as a liquid, requires high concentrations for disinfection, stability affected by heat and pollutants, dissociated oxygen can be corrosive to surfaces

Active Ingredient: Hydrogen Peroxide, 5%
Use Concentration: 50,000 ppm
EPA Registration No: 84526-6
Mode of Action: Oxidation

Pros: No residues or gasses, effective biocide, can be applied as fog/mist, silver ion for added efficacy

Cons: Requires costly capital equipment for fogging, must be shipped as a liquid, requires high concentrations for disinfection, stability affected by heat and pollutants, dissociated oxygen can be corrosive to surfaces, aeration time required when fogged, Coronavirus not on EPA label

Active Ingredient: Hypochlorous Acid, 0.018%
Use Concentration: 180 ppm, measured in free chlorine
EPA Registration No: 93108-1
Mode of Action: Oxidation

Pros: Effective oxidizer, well known

Cons: Not a hospital-grade disinfectant (sanitizer), Coronavirus not on EPA label, capital equipment required for electrolysis of solution, relatively unstable, pH-dependent

Active Ingredient: Sodium chlorite → chlorine dioxide, acidified sodium chlorite
Use Concentration: 200 ppm
EPA Registration No: 70060-19
Mode of Action: Oxidation

Pros: Very effective oxidizer, easily portable, efficacious against human coronavirus, effective as a gas or dissolved in liquid

Cons: Corrosive byproducts generated, creates an acidic solution, exposed dry ingredients can be corrosive to skin and surfaces, breaks down under UV light

Active Ingredient: Sodium chlorite → chlorine dioxide, acidified sodium chlorite
Use Concentration: 1,000 ppm
EPA Registration No: 9804-3
Mode of Action: Oxidation

Pros: Deodorizer, easy to use

Cons: Not an EPA sanitizer, or disinfectant (not tested against any organisms), amount of actual chlorine dioxide varies greatly, high chlorite content is corrosive

Oxidation potential refers to a molecules tendency to exchange electrons. i.e. higher oxidation potential equals more chance for oxidation of surface materials.

Oxidation capacity refers to the number of electrons traded during oxidation.

ProductOxidation PotentialOxidation Capacity
Hydrogen Peroxide1.78 volts2e-
Hypochlorous Acid1.49 volts2e-
Chlorine Dioxide (Selectrocide)0.95 volts5e-

Precautionary StatementsDownload PDF

Follow Instructions Carefully

Do Not Ingest in Any Manner

Warning: Eye and Skin Irritant. Contains Chlorine Dioxide. May cause severe eye and skin irritation. Do not taste or swallow. Use with adequate ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Wear safety glasses and rubber gloves when handling this product. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling.

First Aid: Call a Poison Control Center (1-866-366-5048) or doctor for treatment advice. Have the product container or label with you when calling a Poison Control Center or doctor, or going for treatment. If in Eyes: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15 - 20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. If on Skin: Remove all dry powder thoroughly then rinse with water. If on Clothing: Remove contaminated clothes. Rinse skin with plenty of water. If swallowed: Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by the Poison Control Center or doctor. Drink large amounts of water. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. If inhaled: Retreat for fresh air.

Physical and Chemical Hazards: Strong oxidizer. Flush drains before and after use. Do Not use or mix with other chemicals. Do Not Shake After Mixing. To do so will release hazardous gases. Prolonged contact with metal is not advised.

Storage and Disposal: Keep out of reach of children and pets. Store in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight and heat to avoid deterioration. Do not re-use empty packaging.

Clean Living Disinfectants shall not be liable for any injuries or damages caused by the misuse of this product or any use of this product other than its intended purpose or by the user's failure to follow the instructions provided, public guidelines, regulations and common sense.

Top 10 Things to Know About Your Disinfectant

  1. Can be dangerous if not respected (follow the instructions or safety data sheet).
  2. Keep out of sunlight. A black bottle is best.
  3. Proper dilution is used to determine effectiveness - Parts Per Million (PPM).
  4. Product is affective for 14 days have you diluted to 100ppm (Step 3).
  5. At 500 ppm you can keep refrigerated and will last for up to 30 days.
  6. The higher the oxidation the better. Selectrocide has 2.5 times more oxidation than bleach.
  7. Selectrocide is an oxidation method of disinfecting.
  8. Product can be used as both a disinfectant and sanitizer (less bottles and chemicals under the kitchen sink).
  9. Ability to adjust potency, add or subtract water based on accurate ppm.
  10. Simply put, it works on everything.