Reduce Costs with Eco-Friendly Commercial Cleaning Product

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A new cleaning product made by a Buckinghamshire based company is revolutionising the UK cleaning industry, reducing costs and helping commercial cleaning companies meet their environmental responsibilities.

This new multipurpose cleaner and degreaser cleans just about any surface including concrete, terrazzo, quarry tiles, paintwork, glass, stainless steel, Altro and other non-slip flooring for an incredible 60 times less than the cost of any other commercial cleaning product on the market today.

According to its manufacturers a 5 kilogram tub will make up to 2,000 trigger spray refills. Reducing storage space, disposal of plastic containers and overall commercial cleaning costs.

FreshClean is made by RJN and it can be used for degreasing bin rooms and chutes or as a very effective and inexpensive deodoriser, ideal for lifts, stairwells and bin rooms.

As afore mentioned, when compared with leading products, which can cost as much as £3.00 for a trigger spray refill, FreshClean stands out from the crowd offering an incredible 60 times less the cost of each trigger spray refill, doing the maths each refill will cost only 5p, that is right 5 pence to refill an ordinary trigger spray cleaner that can be used to clean just about everything.

Available in 7 long lasting fragrances, Lemon, Rose, Jasmine, Imperial, Lavender, Honeysuckle and Citrus – if it smells clean, it is clean. There is also an unscented version available for use in food preparation areas.

RJN claims that FreshClean ticks all the Environmental boxes and it can be considered a “green cleaning product”. Reducing the disposal of plastic containers to landfills and COSHH requirement is simplified and the potential for mixing chemicals is virtually eliminated.

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