Detachol® Adhesive Remover

What is Detachol?

Detachol is a non-irritating adhesive remover used to aid in the removal of dressings, tapes and most sticky residue from the skin and other surfaces. Request a sample today.

Detachol Adhesive Remover Product Family

What are the Unique Benefits of Detachol?

Gentle Removal

Alcohol- and acetone-free product that won’t sting or irritate and improves patient comfort. Safe for all patient types including pediatric and geriatric patients.

Reduce Risk of Infection

Leftover adhesive residue can harbor microorganisms. [1,2] Detachol can help reduce risk of infection by effectively removing all residue.

Reduce Risk of Skin Injury

Repeated application and removal of dressings can compromise the skin use of adhesive removers is recommended to minimize risk of Medical Adhesive Related Skin Injury (MARSI). [3]

Convenient Applicators

Available in a variety of sizes, including single, suited for small to large dressings.

Improve Efficiency

Suggested Applications


Wound Dressing Removal, IV Dressing Removal, Catheter Securement Device Removal, ET & NG Tube Removal


IV Dressing Removal, Wound Dressing Removal

Vascular Access

IV Dressing Removal, Catheter Securement Device Removal

Intensive Care Units

IV Dressing Removal, Catheter Securement Device Removal, Wound Dressing Removal,
ET & NG Tube Removal

Operating Room

Tape and Adhesive Residue Removal, ET Tube Removal

Respiratory Therapy

ET Tube & NG Tube Removal

Sleep Lab/Telemetry

Lead and Residue Removal

Wound Ostomy

Wound Dressing Removal, Removal of Ostomy Appliances, Removal of NPWT Drapes

Detachol Instructions For Use

Ordering Information

Product SKUs 0496-0513-48 0496-0513-24 0496-0513-15 0496-0513-06 0496-0513-04
Product 48 x 2/3 mL Vial, Box 24 x 1.6 mL Vial, Box 15 mL, Bottle 2 oz, Bottle 4 oz, Bottle
Packer Qty 1 1 12 12 12

[1]Berkowitz DM, Lee WS, Pazin GJ, Yee RB, Ho M. Appl Microbiol. 1974;28(4):651-654.

[2]Redelmeier DA, Livesley NJ. J Gen Intern Med. 1999;14(6):373-375.

[3]McNichol L, Lund C, Rosen T, Gray M. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2013;40(4):365-80; quiz E1-2.