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Host Von Schrader STAND F23


The HOST carpet cleaning method is a unique all-in-one system that gets carpets clean and back in use straight away. The system uses especially designed equipment together with tailored cleaner HOST SPONGES.


A large percentage of soil (80/90%) in a carpet is dry and is removed with a powerful vacuum fitted within the Freestyle or Liberator machine. Additionally, the counter-rotating brushes in the machines ensure that the carpet pile is lifted, and dry soil extracted from the base of the carpet. This all-important process must be successfully achieved before any moisture is applied to the carpet.


HOST SPONGES are a non-abrasive organic cleaner containing a balanced mix of water, detergents, wetting agents and a safe to use solvent. It acts just like a sponge, releasing the cleaning agents where the soil is. The deep-


Jangro


STAND G01 The independent janitorial and cleaning distributor will be exhibiting in the Jangro Garden at The Cleaning Shoe 2019.


The stand is set to be bigger and better than ever before, with Jangro revealing new launches surrounded by relaxing foliage, flowers and grass seating to emphasise the company’s green credentials.


New launches include a new sustainable cleaning brochure, an innovative sustainable cleaning range, and state-of-the- art technological solutions including its first ever Virtual Reality platform. The VR technology enables customers to see what products are needed and how to clean a particular area, and can view rooms including the washroom, kitchen, office and bar/restaurant. It also links to all relevant digital resources such as product user guides, COSHH risk assessments, safety data sheets and Jangro’s e-learning platform (the LMS).


Jangro will also introduce its new Digital Wall Chart Creator, which allows customers to create their own bespoke charts with the products of their choice. As well as a copy of the chart, customers will receive a full health and safety compliance pack. This comprises of the relevant safety data sheets, product user guides, and COSHH risk assessments of the products that feature on their chart. The first charts available are Washrooms and Kitchen Area, with more in the pipeline.


Visitors will be able to refuel with themed mocktails and a Barista service – all refreshments will be available free of charge, and any voluntary donations received to Jangro will be donated to Afasic (Association for All Speech Impaired Children), a parent-led organisation set up to help children


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down brushing action allows the cleaner to break up, dissolve, trap and then remove spots, spills and greasy, oily dirt.


Finally, the powerful vacuum removes the HOST SPONGES with their trapped soil. HOST deep cleans so that spots are removed and don’t wick back. The deep cleaning HOST method ensures that harmful biological agents can be removed. In the US, studies show that one cleaning with HOST reduces Dust Mites by 78%, Dust Mite Allergens by 75% and Mould Spores by 85%.


Minimal amounts of moisture are used, so no over wetting and no lengthy drying time – carpets are back in use straightaway, clean, dry and looking their best.


www.hostvonschrader.co.uk


and young people with speech and language impairments and their families.


Visitors will also be able to relax in the Jangro ‘Snug’ where they can speak with our dedicated national accounts team, who will be offering help and advice, and answering any questions, including queries about new and existing products.


www.jangro.net/cleaningshow19 twitter.com/TomoCleaning


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