*Cleanzine-logo-7a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 2nd July 2020 Issue no. 925

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Solving the dilution dilemma...

* Soluclean-yelllow.jpgSoluclean is an eco-friendly and easy to use range of pre-dosed concentrated surface cleaning products encapsulated in fully water-soluble sachets, which helps take the guesswork out of how much cleaning chemical is needed for the job in hand.

Fully biodegradable and phosphate free, the range covers virtually every aspect of the everyday cleaning needs for today's demanding professional, saving money, time and waste without compromising on high standards of cleanliness and infection prevention.

"When working with traditional chemicals the biggest problem is getting the dose just right," says the company's commercial Director Jon Horton." Too little and you might not be cleaning effectively, too much and you may as well pour money down the drain. Soluclean sachets solve that problem."

The sachets are user friendly, time saving, cost effective, space saving and can be used in trigger spray bottles, mop buckets and scrubber driers for cleaning all surfaces.

Perfect for use in kitchens and anywhere that there can be a build up of grease and grime, Soluclean SCFS150DCPF is a powerful detergent and degreaser formulated to clean, degrease and deodorise washable surfaces such as worksurfaces, tiles, walls, floors, cooker hoods and extraction systems.

Safe to use on food preparation areas, it contains strong grease cutting components And there is no need to rinse.

Packed at 150 Sachets per small bucket, the product has a suggested dilution ratio of one sachet per 10 litres - or one sachet per 5 litres of water for heavy duty degreasing.


T: 0161 629 2120
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W: www.soluclean.co.uk

25th October 2012

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