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Prochem adds ready-to-use spray option for Fibrefresh
Prochem Europe has responded to user demand for a ready-to-go version of its highly successful Fibrefresh deodoriser. The dual-action biological deodoriser has a fast-acting odour-absorbing formula with long lasting bio-enzymatic action and leaves a really sweet fresh fragrance.
One of the company's best-received stain and odour removers, Fibrefresh is being introduced in a dedicated one litre sprayer this Spring. The product, which also comes in five litre containers, has become the 'go-to' solution for stains and odours, reports Prochem sales and training executive Phil Jones.
Phil has been demonstrating Fibrefresh to Prochem's distributors and the response is universal: "Once seen in action, you have to buy some," he says.
Tony Randle at Hull distributor, Hull Vac, agrees: "Our sister cleaning company works largely on local authority contracts and we get some pretty heavy-duty jobs," he reveals. "Most recently we had to clean a council flat where the owner had been found deceased for some time.
"The carpets had to be taken up but body fluids had still seeped into walls and floors. Fibrefresh resolved the staining and the smell without fuss.
"We always use Prochem solutions and particularly speciality lines like this."
Founded in 1974, Prochem Europe is a leading British manufacturer of cleaning and maintenance products for carpets, fabrics and floors. Chemicals are made at the company's headquarters in Chessington, Surrey and are available through an extensive network of national and international distributors along with its carpet, fabric and floor cleaning equipment, accessories and spares. Britain's leading commercial provider of training to professional cleaners, Prochem Europe also offers a range of industry-recognised training courses for carpet, upholstery and floor cleaning and maintenance at Chessington, covering the latest techniques and maintenance methods.
12th December 2013