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THE CLEANING SHOW PREVIEW


TRUVOX STAND E35


compact than traditional blowers, its robust body packs the power to generate high airfl ows for faster drying of carpets and fl oors.


The Hybrid Blower 3400 gets areas back into safe use sooner after carpet extraction cleaning, spillages or fl ooding. And when fl oor seals and polishes are needed, this machine allows more coats to be applied for a longer-lasting fi nish.


Also on show is the new model in the highly popular Multiwash range. The Multiwash 340/Pump


The latest recruit to the Truvox International Air Mover range is the Hybrid Blower 3400. Light and more


HOST VON SCHRADER STAND E6


The Host process is a unique all-in- one system that gets carpet clean and back in use immediately. Host Sponges are a non-abrasive organic fi bre, moistened with water containing safe to use solvent and detergent. Our ‘Freestyle’ or ‘Liberator’ machines thoroughly vacuum and pile lift the carpet, this important fi rst process removes dry soil. Host Sponges are applied and brushed through the carpet, and this brushing action


TRAFALGAR CLEANING EQUIPMENT STAND B40


Trafalgar Cleaning Equipment will be showcasing the latest arrival to its extensive range of cleaning equipment at the Cleaning Show this March.


The Poovac, developed and engineered by Trafalgar, is here to make poop patrol quicker and more hygienic. A battery-powered vacuum cleaner specially designed to collect pet mess; the Poovac is set to


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Battery makes washing, scrubbing and drying of hard and soft fl oors cordless and extra quiet. So the risks of trips and falls, and disturbance to building users, are minimised.


breaks up and traps any remaining sticky soil. Finally, the powerful vacuum removes the soiled cleaner.


Carpets are ready immediately, moisture has been strictly controlled, no mess and no drying time.


Von Schrader technology applies low moisture bubbles to carpets and upholstery. These bubbles are brushed through the material, releasing soil, which is then vacuum extracted. The Esprit cleans upholstery without over wetting. No concerns over shrinkage, drying times and over wetting upholstery.


www.hostvonschrader.co.uk


transform the way we keep our streets and gardens clean.


Unlike other poop scoops on the market, the Poovac uses a rechargeable battery to suck the mess straight into a biodegradable


bag. The lightweight and cordless design makes it suitable for all size gardens, and it works perfectly on pavements, gravel, decking or lawns – without damaging the grass.


Poovac is the safest and easy-to-use solution on the market. It eliminates dirty shovels, and the waste never touches the unit or your hands, making it easy to keep your garden a germ-free place.


The Poovac has already been entered into the Cleaning Show’s Innovation Awards, and you can see it in action at stand B40.


www.poovac.com www.tomorrowscleaning.com


Visitors to ExCel can also get up to speed on the rest of the comprehensive Truvox fl oor-care range, including the highly manoeuvrable and responsive Valet Single Motor Upright vacuum; and the compact and versatile Orbis Battery Scrubber Dryer for hard fl oors; not to mention the Hydromist spray extractors, Orbis single-disc rotaries and other models in the comprehensive array of Multiwash machines.


Visit stand E35 where these new additions to the Truvox International range will be showcased – and meet the team who can advise you on the best machines for your fl oor cleaning needs.


www.truvox.com


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