Bactericide Definition:

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A bactericide is an agent that KILLS bacteria.

  • Bacteria are one-celled, vegetable microorganisms that lack the green pigment chlorophyll.
  • 400,000,000 of bacteria cells are the same size as a single grain of granulated sugar.
  • Bactericides must be registered with the EPA.
  • Most bactericides are cationic and may not be used on stain-resistant nylon carpet.
  • In some states, you must be licensed to apply bactericides, sanitizers, etc.

NOTE: Many states require that a contractor applying a pest control product be licensed. Please contact your state EPA office for further information.

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Date Modified: June 30, 2020

Date Originally Published: April 5, 2017