PERMABLOK & PBG+

Spradling provides the ultimate solution for surface protection by combining the chemistries of the two most effective defense systems against stains and abrasion: PERMABLOK® and PERMAGUARD®. PBG+® is the culmination of integrating these two impermeable barriers to safeguard your investment.

Disinfectant Use:

The information published in this care guide refers to the performance of PermaBlok and PBG+® products in specifics tests conducted under laboratory conditions. Results may vary under actual conditions.

  • Asepticare TB + II
  • Caviwipes XL Packed
  • Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes
  • Coverage Plus Germicidal Wipes
  • Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaner Disinfectant Wipes
  • Lysol Foaming Disinfectant Cleaner
  • Oxivir TB Wipes
  • Oxycide Diluted – 3 oz/gl in water
  • PDI SANI-CLOTH BLEACH WIPES
  • Sanicloth AF 3
  • Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfectant / Bleach cleaner –
  • Dilution: 1:10 mix of bleach and water
  • Super Sani-cloth
  • Virex II 256 (1:256 Dilution)
  • Virox 5 Rtu
  • Wex Cide 128 (1:128 dilution)

Blue items are EPA* approved products for use against coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19

Spradling international is not sponsored by, affiliated with, or endorsed by the above trademark owners. Additionally, any use by Spradling International of any third-party trademark does not constitute any endorsement by Spradling International of such third parties. Rinse the area with clean water, then dry with a clean, lint-free cloth after using any disinfectants and cleaners.

*EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)


Cleaning After Disinfection:

The following cleaners should be used with a soft cloth or damp sponge to remove chemical residue.

  • Formula 409® All-Purpose spray cleaner
  • Fantastik® spray cleaner
  • Ivory® liquid soap and water

Remove most stains with one of the following steps:

Step 1: eye shadow, mascara, grease, black felt tip pen, crayon, chocolate, suntan lotion and hair/body oils*

Remove excess spill with a damp cloth. Clean with a 1:1 mix of Ivory® soap and water. Next, rinse with clean water and dry.

Step 2: red lipstick

Use a straight application of concentrated cleaners such as Formula 409® or Fantastik® spray cleaner. Wipe with a clean cloth, rinse with water and dry.

Step 3: blood, urine, feces, oil base paint, tar and asphalt.

Use a 1:10 mix of bleach and water. Rinse with clean water and dry.

Step 4: All other tough stains

Use a 1:10 mix of isopropyl alcohol and water. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and pat dry.

Note: For cleaning that requires step 4, use a soft cotton cloth saturated with the cleaning material and rub the stain in circles 10 times. Pat dry with another soft cotton cloth and check the results.

After cleaning, rinse the area with clean water, then dry with a clean, lint-free cloth. Failure to remove chemical the residue will cause discoloration of the coated fabric surface to manifest earlier in the life cycle of the product.


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The information published in these care guides refer to the performance of Spradling International products in specific tests conducted under laboratory conditions. Results may vary under actual conditions. This information is not a guarantee and does not relieve the user from the responsibility of the proper and safe use of the product and all cleaning agents. The use of certain agents can be harmful to the surface appearance and lifespan of vinyl. To promote a long product life, it is recommended that the Spradling International cleaning and maintenance protocol be employed regularly. Spradling, its agents and assigns assume no responsibility resulting from the use of such cleaning agents to the vinyl. Inclusion in this document does not imply “fit for use.” Customers should first determine if products are appropriate for use on their surfaces. Spradling cannot be held responsible for failure to follow proper cleaning protocol, or the use of improper cleaners that result in surface damage or color change.