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Completing the carpet care range is Extraction Carpet Cleaner (5L), or Carpet Pre-Spotter RTU (in 6 x 750ml trigger spray bottles). These are pleasantly fragranced, work with all appropriate carpet extraction-cleaning machines, but according to Greyland, they are above all highly effective.


Hard floor surfaces, whether timber, laminate, ceramic, stone, etc, all present a range of challenges from stripping, to sealing, cleaning and polishing, so a range of Greyland products has risen to meet those challenges.


Joining the hard floor care range is Lemon Maximum Citrus Floor Gel, a lemon fresh general purpose mopping gel that makes light of grease and scuff marks.


Greyland has the floor covered


Specialist cleaning chemicals manufacturer Greyland has formulated a range of cleaning products designed to spruce up your flooring.


Their latest product is Cherry Maximum Carpet Cleaner/ Deodoriser. Joining the Greyland Maximum range of concentrated, extra powerful cleaning chemicals, Cherry Maximum not only delivers carpet cleaning against a wide range of stains, but it also has a pleasant fruity fresh aroma that says that the room is both clean and fresh.


Donations in the bag for the British Heart Foundation


TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has created a national charity partnership to help the British Heart Foundation (BHF) achieve its aim of beating heartbreak forever.


The partnership commenced in October 2018, and has set its sights on raising £5,000 of funds for the charity that conducts ground-breaking research into heart and circulatory diseases and their causes. Heart and circulatory diseases kill one in four people in the UK.


Fiona Ellingham, Marketing Manager at TCFM, has had a number of family members affected by heart conditions, including a niece who required a heart transplant at five years of age, and a brother with a pacemaker. She said: “Speaking with other colleagues at TCFM, it became apparent that I was not alone in having family members affected and so the partnership was born.


“At the moment, our colleagues are busy having clear-outs at home and filling bags with unwanted items that can be sold in the BHF stores across the country. In the last six weeks colleagues from all over the country have collected more than 50 of the 300 (minimum) bags of items we’re aiming for."


Tony Reed, TCFM’s CEO, added: “We are delighted to have formed this charity partnership with BHF. Having helped them raise funds for their life-saving research through the specialist cleaning services we offer in their Furniture and Electrical stores, we wanted to be able to do something more by our whole team getting involved. It’s been particularly pleasing to see how some of our customers have committed to get involved with us too.”


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Lemon Maximum Citrus Floor Gel joins Acrylic Floor Sealer, High Solids Floor Polish, Extra High Solids Floor Polish, Floor Maintainer, Floor Polish Stripped, Neutral and Heavy Duty Scrubber Dryer Detergents, Pine Floor Gel, Rinse-Free Floor Stripper, and Wet Look Floor Polish, all in 5L containers.


Thanks to significant and continuous investments in production equipment and warehousing, Greyland’s report that their reputation for reliability with its customers has led to several major supply contracts in 2018.


www.greyland.co.uk


www.tcfm.co.uk www.bhf.org.uk


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