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Focusing on floorcare


Cleaning solutions to any problem from Killis, as seen on TV.


The last 12 months has seen us all so focused on washing and sanitising our hands and frequent touchpoints as a result of the current pandemic. COVID-19 has swamped our lives with lockdowns, the wearing of PPE, and prolonged isolation.


Whilst this was at the forefront, floorcare and cleaning were easily forgotten. However, floors are just as important as any other surface. When a person sneezes, a floor is still a surface that droplets can land on, which can then be spread through movement.


Are you treating your floors with the same care and attention as other surfaces? Floorcare needs to be considered in particular as indoor spaces are re-opened in the coming months.


The NHS suggests amid the pandemic to regularly clean floors with warm water and detergent, but let us make this easier for everyone. Killis has been one of the UK’s biggest cleaning suppliers for over 57 years. We supply problem solving cleaning equipment for all eventualities and floor types, making us specialists in floorcare.


We offer scrubber dryers, vacuums, carpet cleaners and much more in order to assist you in doing the best job and yielding the best results. Killis prides itself on providing the most innovative cleaning solutions available using the latest technology, eco-friendly solutions and cost saving options.


Killis’ cleaning robotic range, the LeoBots, have been the most talked about cleaning machines of 2020/21. These robots are injected with personality to humanise them, making it no surprise that they won the 2020 Innovation Award at Interclean, have featured in the Daily Mail and made international TV on The Late Late Show with James Corden.


The LeoBots can vacuum, mop, or even scrub floors, leaving cleaning operatives to focus on surfaces and touchpoints without the time-consuming job of floor cleaning. This wisecracking cleaning robot has been used in hospital wards to not only assist in the fight against the current pandemic, but to put a smile on patients’ faces.


To support you, we have a dedicated sales team who are highly experienced to give you trusted advice in which machine will eradicate your problems. We also offer demonstrations on your site for you to see the results right in front of your eyes, ensuring you can be confident in your purchase.


Once you’ve made your purchase, our training staff will show you the best practice needed for each machine, so you can get the results and efficiency you need. They will always be on hand for any refresher training, which is great in the current climate with some staff having been furloughed for long periods of time.


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“The LeoBots made


international TV on The Late Late Show with James Corden.”


We at Killis see equipment as an investment. With this in mind, using Killis Service protects that investment and maximises the lifespan of the equipment whilst also ensuring cleaning quality is maintained. Killis Service allows you to choose the ideal package for your business needs. We offer different levels of solutions to suit a variety of requirements and budgets. Each one covers the essentials of an annual visit, PAT testing and a machine appraisal. We can even offer a bespoke package for specific and unique requirements.


To discuss the best solution for your floor cleaning problems, training needs or service opportunities, please get in touch and we will be more than happy to help you. Drop us a line at sales@killis.co.uk, call us on 0114 268 8686, or visit the website below.


www.killis.co.uk twitter.com/TomoCleaning


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