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Vitrex Launch New Tile Cleaner

And Disinfectant New from QEP, the world’s leading supplier of tiling and fl ooring installation equipment, comes Vitrex Tile Cleaner & Disinfectant 1l. This new product is a pH neutral maintenance cleaner, safe to be used for a variety of purposes and developed for both the industrial and domestic market. It removes a multitude of stains without the need for alkalis, acids, bleaches and solvents.

Although it has a neutral pH, it has the characteristics of an acid when needed for cleaning toilets and metals, and the characteristics of an alkali when used to degrease surfaces. Vitrex Tile Cleaner & Disinfectant contains a highly effective germicide which kills a wide range of bacteria including listeria, E-coli, MRSA, and

Quick And Clean

Hygiene With Steam Cleaning washrooms provides a unique set of challenges, but Vax Commercial has launched a powerful multi-functional steam cleaner which promises to solve these problems, offering quick, multi-surface cleaning that sanitises without the need for chemicals.

Vax Commercial’s Senior Product Manager, Brian Davis, explained how their new VCST-01 multi- functional steam-extraction cleaner is helping to clean up washrooms in all types of premises. “Our steam cleaner provides a quick, easy and effective way of deep cleaning and sanitising almost every surface, including windows, sinks, taps and fl oors,” said Brian. “It has tools that are designed to tackle unhygienic dirt and stains on almost any surface, and it can be switched to extraction mode at the touch of a


so on. It is also safe to use on all metals, plastics, enamel, ceramics and other washable surfaces.

It leaves surfaces clean, deodorised and germ free making it ideal for bathrooms, kitchens and general cleaning, with 1l for up to 120m² coverage. Vitrex Tile Cleaner & Disinfectant is part of a range of 12 products in the Vitrex Tile Care range, specially formulated to clean, seal and shine all the different types of tiles available and keep them looking like new.

The new range is attractively packaged in silver bottles with high impact, eye-catching silver foil labels and colour-coded caps, to differentiate between the different types of products.

button, so it’s great for sucking up any accidental wet spills or fl oods.”

The VCST-01 includes an extensive range of tools for cleaning carpets and hard fl oors, walls, chairs, tiles, mirrors, windows, taps, tiles, grout and much more besides. It’s designed to easily switch between steam cleaning and extracting liquids from carpets and hard fl oors. In steam mode, it heats up in just 90 seconds to produce 4.5bar of continuous hot steam that sanitises and deodorises without the need for chemicals.

He continued: “The steam fl ow can be varied to suit the job in hand. To remove tough, stuck-on dirt, simply increase the fl ow for an intense blast of steam, or turn it down for more delicate cleaning tasks.” With the fl oor cleaning tool attached, the VCST-01 leaves fl oors hygienic and sparkling clean, without the need to get down onto your hands and knees to scrub. In extraction mode, it removes excess water quickly and effi ciently, removing the need to mop or wipe surfaces after cleaning.

“Customers who have used it on a surface that had already been cleaned with conventional wiping and detergent have been shocked by just how much extra dirt and grime the machine can extract,” added Brian.

“As the dirty water is extracted at the point of cleaning, it’s also much less messy and more hygienic than a using a conventional mop and bucket, which carries a high risk of cross-contamination. Using steam to clean is more environmentally friendly and effi cient than a mop too, as it uses a lot less liquid to clean an area. In addition, the VCST-01 has a high-effi ciency water fi ltration system that cleans the exhaust air before it’s re-emitted into the room, helping to maintain the quality of the air while you’re working.”

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