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No More Slips And Trips With The New BrilliantStep™


Mat From Notrax Notrax® is soon to launch their new 196 BrilliantStep™ Brush logo mat, a custom printed brush entrance mat for indoor and outdoor use. After more than a year of intense research and development, the 196 BrilliantStep™ Brush has arrived, and will be offi cially launched at ISSA/ INTERCLEAN Amsterdam 2014.


Manufactured in a similar manner as artifi cial turf, the 196 BrilliantStep™ Brush offers the combination of the scraping action of a brush mat with the durability that artifi cial turf is known for, but what makes the 196 BrilliantStep™ Brush unique is the custom printing possibility. Most outdoor logo mats are sewn in or manufactured using an inlaid logo process where the logo is custom cut from the same material and


New Technology Pays Off On The


Workshop Floor Specialist cleaning business S2C is reaping the rewards, after investing four years into developing an industry- changing product to clean fl oor tiles. The unique cleaning product has been developed by S2C founder and Managing Director, Steve Cleaver, and is proven to not only remove excessive staining and contamination, but also return the tiles’ original slip rating.


The company were approached by a Bentley dealership in 2010 after it had tried everything to remove oil and grease from its workshop fl oor. Working with a chemist, Steve was able to develop a cleaning


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inlaid within the mat. This does not allow for fi ne lines, shading or 3D effects, and this labour intensive process not only limits the design possibilities, but also creates a large amount of waste, thereby increasing the cost of the mat.


BrilliantStep™ printing offers a state- of-the-art technology that allows 3D effects and colour shading for each mat to have its truly individual image. This high quality, multi-functional entrance mat provides an excellent opportunity to promote a brand or company name, and with a palette of 16 colours avaliable, almost any colour can be mixed and matched.


The 196 BrilliantStep™ Brush is


solution which could dissolve contamination without damaging the fl oor surface. “We approached other car dealerships across the UK and used our product on a tester patch with extraordinary results”, explained S2C Operations Manager, Jane Robinson. “Our patch was often alongside several others created by companies who had tried, and been unsuccessful, in achieving the results we accomplished. It is simply not cost-effective to work with many low- priced alternatives that don’t work.”


To ensure its results are maintained, S2C prides itself on its aftercare programme, which includes training Facilities Managers and cleaning operatives on how to preserve the fl ooring post-treatment. The company also offer future deep cleans at a reduced rate, so that contamination levels are manageable in the future.


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densely tufted using coarse crush- resistant yarns, making it suitable for entrances with the heaviest of foot traffi c. With a thickness of 18mm, the 196 BrilliantStep™ Brush can be easily installed in the majority of mat wells and recessed frames, while a heavy duty vinyl backing is slip resistant, keeping the mat in place.


As with all Notrax® logomats, artwork is supplied within 24-hours and mats are printed and shipped 24-hours after the approval of artwork is given.


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Comparison with a new tile.


Patch test. www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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