Surface sanitiser proves popular in Covid battle

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Hi-Kleen comes in variants including disposable 17kg canisters with a spray gun.

Hi-line Industries has reported that its Hi-Kleen surface sanitiser has proved popular since its launch last year.

The odour-free, clear product is suitable for a range of facilities restaurants, pubs, hospitals and care homes.

A single, quick application of Hi-Kleen is claimed to ensure full sanitisation of all contact surfaces and provide at least five hours of protection from further contamination once applied. The product is designed to be safe for any member of staff to apply without need for PPE.

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Hi-Kleen’s formulation should kill and inhibit both bacteria and viruses (including enveloped viruses such as Covid-19) on hard or soft surfaces.

The product should not stain, is non-corrosive and should leave a streak and smear-free finish to most polished surfaces, including glass and stainless steel. The product contains no alcohol, avoiding any potential for dry or irritable skin.

Composed of organic, non-chlorinated solvents, Hi-Kleen comes in both 500ml aerosols and disposable 17kg canisters (with spray gun). The latter is suitable for those looking to sanitise entire rooms, providing typical coverage of 750metres2.

Hi-line Industries will also supply a free Hi-Kleen aerosol spray with each purchase of its compressed air equipment during 2021.

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