Craftex Micro Kill is a virucidal cleaner which kills Swine Flu, HIV, Hepatitis C, MRSA, Clostridium Difficile and common food poisoning bacteria. Passes EN 1276, 13704, 14476, 14675. Micro Kill cleans and sanitises all water washable surfaces including carpets, upholstery and soft furnishings
Micro Kill has been independently proven to kill the HIV, Hepatitis C and H1N1 Influenza viruses.Micro Kill is also certified to kill Clostridium difficile spores, MRSA, and common food poisoning bacteria including Salmonella typhimurium, Listeria monocytogenes, Enterococcus hirae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. A Test Certificate is available for download below (under Further Information).
Micro Kill is bleach free, non-hazardous, non-toxic and contains a pleasant floral fragrance.
P&G Professional is proud to introduce Mr. Clean + Scotchgard. Mr. Clean + Scotchgard offers Scotchgard protective shield technology and the cleaning power of Mr. Clean. With repeated use of Scotchgard, a protective layer of Scotchgard™ technology is applied to your stainless steel/glass surface, making removal of soils faster and easier the next time you clean. This saves your business valuable time and labor.
What Carpet Cleaning Solution Is The Best – Fibresafe Gold
Fibresafe Gold is a professional extraction formula developed for safe and effective cleaning of wool and stain resistant nylon carpet fibres.
it comes in powder form that mixes with water to produce your solution. it also comes with the “woolsafe Approval certification” this will keep your carpet “Soft Feeling Under Foot”
Fibresafe Gold incorporates a self neutralising pH system which reduces the risk of colour bleed, texture change and re-soiling. This is important as high pH can strip out your carpet stain protection
We like this solution as its has the self neutralising pH, working in the UK where we have mostly wool carpets its a must have for us.
This solution is designed to remove any dirt that is bonded to the carpet fibres on light soiled carpets.
Because it comes with a “Causes serious eye irritation.” warning we give it a 9/10
How long do bacteria and viruses live outside the body? Cold viruses,
viruses can sometimes survive on indoor surfaces for more than seven days. viruses survive for longer on non-porous (water resistant surfaces, such as stainless steel and plastics.
than porous surfaces, such as fabrics and tissues. their ability to cause an infection reduces rapidly and they don’t often survive longer than 24 hours. Most viruses which cause colds only survive on hands for a short amount of time. Some only last for a few minutes but 40% of rhinoviruses, a common cold-causing virus, are still infectious on hands after one hour.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), another cold-like virus that can cause serious illness in children, can survive on worktops and door handles for up to six hours, on clothing, and tissues for 30-45 minutesand on skin for up to 20 minutes.