Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: Arlington, Texas
I've heard different things, I read that a 1:30 solution will do it, it said that the solution needs to soak for a while (at least 10 minutes) before you rinse it.
I found this too:
"Is there a way to kill the virus in the environment?
The stability of the CPV in the environment makes it important to properly disinfect contaminated areas."
"A solution of 1/2 cup of chlorine bleach in one gallon of water (133 ml in 4 liters of water) will disinfect food and water bowls and other contaminated items."
A solution of 1/2 cup of chlorine bleach in one gallon of water (133 ml in 4 liters of water) will disinfect food and water bowls and other contaminated items. It is important that chlorine bleach be used because most disinfectants, even those claiming to be effective against viruses, will not kill the canine parvovirus." I got this from
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