Multi Surface Cleaner & Sanitiser – 5L RTU Refill
Anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal. For use on all wet cleanable surfaces and fabrics wherever virus, bacteria and other microbial control is required.
Dual action cleaner and sanitiser. Will safely clean and protect the home by killing harmful bacteria, viruses and odours.
With a Log Kill of 6 – this means that our products kill 99.9999% of known microbes, plus leave a lasting layer of protection (subject to environmental factors.)
Directions for use:
Ready to use. Use initially as a cleaner; spray, allow to dwell for a few seconds, then wipe off. Then for maximum protection it should be misted or wiped over the surface again to leave a protective layer of sanitiser.
Avoid non-wet cleanable surfaces and fabrics, matt paint and other sensitive surfaces – if in doubt pre-test in an inconspicuous area, allow to dry and check suitability before proceeding with full sanitisation.
ALCOHOL AND BLEACH FREE
PASSED & APPROVED TO EUROPEAN STANDARDS
ANTI-BACTERIAL EN1276 LOG KILL 6 = 99.9999%
ANTI-VIRAL EN14476 LOG KILL 4.33 = 99.99%
ANTI-FUNGAL EN1650 LOG KILL 6 = 99.9999%
April 2020 EN14476 Virucidal Test Results for our active ingredient used in all our anti-viral products:
Download the MSDS: Multi Surface Cleaner & Sanitiser
Covid-19 is an illness caused by SARS-CoV-2, which is a Coronavirus. Coronaviruses have been around for a long time and belong to a group known as ‘enveloped viruses’. You can destroy the Coronavirus in the environment, but you cannot cure the illness once inside the human body. All of our anti-viral products contain our active ingredient which has been laboratory tested and proven effective against Coronavirus SARS-COV-2. There is some science behind how QAT based products such as ours combat enveloped viruses, we have made an easy-to-read leaflet about this, you can download a copy here.
NB. SOUTHERN IRELAND CUSTOMERS – We are currently in the process of obtaining Irish PCS Licenses for our Envirosafe range of products. We are hoping to receive these by the end of February 2021. As soon as we have the license number we will ensure all items sold in Ireland will have the correct label applied in accordance with the Irish Biocides Regulations.