Please note: Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, these products are not immediately available. You may still place orders for these items but expect delayed shipping.

SONO Wipes Disinfecting Wipe by Advanced Ultrasound Solutions. SONO Wipes have been designed to function as a disinfecting wipe which can be used on a multitude of surfaces. They have been proven to be safe to use on anything rubber or plastic. They have also been shown to kill 40+ pathogens. No other wipe can make a similar claim.

SONO Wipes uses a very high-grade towelette, are essentially alcohol-free, and are exceptionally moist, unlike those other towelettes which easily fall apart and dry out quickly.
Not only are SONO Wipes effective in disinfecting and sanitizing, they can also be used to clean and deodorize and will not discolor, dry, or crack any part of the device it is used on. They have been tested on medical equipment and non-medical devices. They are alcohol-free, so they will not cause drying, cracking, or discoloration of the manikin material. SONO Wipes are the ideal choice for cleaning and disinfecting your training manikins and training equipment.
SONO Wipes have been tested for use on washable non-porous surfaces like non-critical medical equipment, exam tables, stethoscopes, ultrasound equipment, computer keyboards, countertops, desks, walls, glass, metal, plastic, vinyl and plastic upholstery, stainless steel, just to mention a few. Along with manikins and other training equipment, SONO Wipes are fantastic for use in ambulances and emergency vehicles, hospitals, medical offices and clinics, nursing and convalescent homes, health and fitness clubs, schools, airplanes. The list of possible uses goes on and on! Each wipe measures 7″ x 10″. Manufactured in the USA. Contains no phosphorus.


SONO Wipes Ingredients

Please note: SONO Wipes have a two-year shelf life (unopened) and expire one year after opening.
SONO Wipes Has Been Proven Effective Against:

Bacteria Animal Viruses Viruses
Pseudomonas aeruginosa [Pseudomonas] Avian Influenza Virus H3N2 Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1
Salmonella enterica [Salmonella] Avian Influenza Virus H5N1 Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2
Staphylococcus aureus [Staph] Canine Distemper Virus Hepatitis B Virus [HBV]
Acinetobacter baumannii Newcastle’s Disease Virus Hepatitis C Virus [HCV]
Brevibacterium ammoniagenes [Brevibacterium] Pseudorabies Virus HIV-1 [AIDS Virus]
Campylobacter jejuni [Campylobacter] Feline calicivirus (FCV) Human Coronavirus
Community Associated Methicillin-Resistant Influenza Type A Virus / Brazil Virus [The Flu Virus]
Staphylococcus aureus – [CA-MRSA] [NRS384] [USA300]
Influenza A Virus H1N1
Community Associated Methicillin-Resistant
Staphylococcus aureus – [CA-MRSA] [NRS123] [USA400] Norwalk Virus [Norovirus]
Enterobacter aerogenes Respiratory Syncytial Virus [RSV]
Enterococcus faecalis [Enterococcus] Rotavirus
Enterococcus faecalis-Vancomycin Resistant [VRE] SARS Associated Coronavirus [SARS]
Escherichia coli [E. coli] Vaccinia Virus [Pox Virus]
Escherichia coli O157:H7
ESBL Escherichia coli – [Extended spectrum beta-lactamaseproducing]
Klebsiella pneumoniae [Klebsiella]
Legionella pneumophilia
Listeria monocytogenes
Pseudomonas cepacia [Pseudomonas]
Shigella dysenteriae [Shigella]
Salmonella schottmuelleri [Salmonella]
Salmonella typhi [Salmonella]
Serratia marcescens [Serratia]
Multi-Drug Resistant to tetracycline [Tc],  penicillin [Pc], streptomycin [Sm]  and erythromycin [Em] Vibrio cholerae  Staphylococcus aureus-Vancomycin  Intermediate Resistant [VISA] and susceptible to  chloramphenicol [Cm] (in vitro)
Staphylococcus aureus – [MRSA]
Streptococcus pyogenes [Strep][a cause of scarlet fever]
Multi-Drug Resistant to tetracycline [Tc],
penicillin [Pc], streptomycin [Sm]
and erythromycin [Em] and susceptible to
chloramphenicol [Cm] (in vitro)
Vibrio cholerae
Staphylococcus aureus-Vancomycin
Intermediate Resistant [VISA]