The tub used in the birth was not approved for medical use and is difficult to disinfect.
They informed her that a hazmat company would be coming through shortly to disinfect the area, both inside the building and out.
If a valuable dog should get into the room, disinfect its hair thoroughly with the acid bichloride and then rinse the hair.
To disinfect the nose, a solution of Glyco-Thymoline is suitable.
It does not aid digestion, preserve the teeth, or disinfect, and it is not a remedy for anything.
Let us go down into these dens of moral disease and disinfect them.
Better build about four nests in the dark under the bin, and be sure to disinfect them by white-washing inside and out.
But the problem of how one could disinfect a guitar was worrying.
How long does it take to disinfect itself of these minor impurities?
To disinfect a den, put it in a large tub and soak it in “sheep dip”.
disinfect dis·in·fect (dĭs'ĭn-fěkt')
v. dis·in·fect·ed, dis·in·fect·ing, dis·in·fects
To cleanse something so as to destroy or prevent the growth of disease-carrying microorganisms.