IPA Micro-Clean 30 FOG

Fast-Acting Surface and Air Cleanser with 35% Isopropanol (IPA) and a High-pH Cleaner

A general purpose, micro-cleaning solution for large surface areas or areas requiring frequent cleaning. It is designed for fast, high-volume, applications that use electrostatic or Ultra Low Volume (ULV), professional fogging technology. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Homeland Security report that Isopropanol (IPA) is effective against emerging contaminates. High-pH biodegradable cleaners are strongly recommended for applications where high-frequency cleaning is required.


  • Commercial Buildings
  • Corporate Campuses
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Aircraft, Busses, Trains, Vessels
  • Community Centers
  • Theaters
  • Schools
  • Transit Centers
  • Airports
  • Seaports
  • Shopping Malls
  • Populated Locations



Product Packaging
IPA Micro-Clean 30 FOG 1 GAL (3.785 LITER) JUG
5 GAL (18.925 LITER) PAIL


Properties @ 77°F (25°C)

Relative Density (S.G.) 0.90 – 0.93
Freeze Temperature, °F (°C) -3 (-16)
Initial Boiling Point, °F (°C) 172.00 (77.7)
For cleaning Water
Color Light Blue
Odor Alcohol
pH <11
Toxicity Yes, If consumed
Flashpoint, °F (°C), ASTM D93-11 95 (35)
Fumes During Treatment Light Alcohol
Environmental Hazards None
Thinners Required None
VOC (grams/Liter) 0.0
Drying Time 3-5 minutes



Gloves and eye protection recommended.


Tools Needed:  Apply with electrostatic or Ultra Low Volume (ULV) fogger. Set nozzle set to fine, micro droplet.



Preparation:  Heavily soiled, greasy or rusted surfaces require pre-cleaning.  Occupants, food, ink documents, artwork and photographs must be removed or protected prior to fogging with this product.


Coverage: approximately 1,500–2,000 ft2 / gallon (37 – 49 m2 / liter).



Limitations:  Do not apply in the following cases:

  • Within publicly occupied areas or when fog cannot be ventilated or settle out prior to re occupancy.
  • When sensitive papers, photographs, artwork, and furniture are unprotected.
  • May damage shellac mounting of lensed instruments, may swell and harden rubber and certain plastic tubing after prolonged and repeated use and may bleach rubber and plastic tiles.
  • It may deteriorate adhesives with repeated application.
  • Do not fog or contact thermal, hot surfaces or open flame.
  • Not intended to sterilize medical devices or apparatus.
  • Do not use without proper training and personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Do not dilute or combine with other products.


Two years shelf life when stored unopened, in a cool, dry, well-ventilated space. Always agitate, shake or stir before use. Do not allow product to freeze. Freezing may eliminate or reduce effectiveness.


As with all chemical products, adequate precautions, training and care must be taken during use and storage.  Avoid direct contact with foodstuff, eyes, skin, and mouth.  Do not contact with open cuts or wounds.   Immune compromised or highly sensitive personnel should not use this product. Disposable protective suits are recommended.  Any direct contact with skin, eyes, etc. should be washed thoroughly with clean running water and soap.


Certain antidepressants may increase the effects of IPA on sensitive users, even in small amounts.  Should headache, dizziness, flushing, depression, nausea, vomiting, anesthesia, hypothermia, low blood pressure, shock, respiratory depression, or coma occur, move to fresh air and consider calling 911.


Always wear protective goggles and gloves.  OSHA  29 CFR 1910.132, Eye and Face Protection (29 CFR 1910.133), Hand Protection (29 CFR 1910.138), Respiratory Protection (29 CFR 1910.134) apply.  If suspected pathogens, follow 29 CFR 1910.1030.