Table 6 Components of (udder) teat dips used (or having been used) in dairy animals

Iodophors (concentrates up to 10%)  1% iodine working solutions 
Iodine (non-aqueous base)  1% 
Na-hypochlorite  4.2% 
Na-dichloro-s-triazenetrione  0.6% 
Quarternary ammonium  0.18% 
Chlorhexidine  0.5% 
Bronopol  0.2% 
Ceterylpyridinum chloride  0.2% 
8-hydroxyquinoline sulphate 0.1% 
Paper towels with     
Alkyl benzene sulfonate     

Source: SCENIHR,  Assessment of the Antibiotic Resistance Effects of Biocides (2009),
Sections 3.4.Biocides in animal husbandry & 3.3.5. Biocides in food of animal origin, p. 27

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