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Chris Wakefield, Vice President of European Marketing & Product Development at GOJO, commented: “One of the strategic benefits of purchasing LPK was acquiring its research and development capabilities, which has provided many opportunities for learning, exploration and production of new formulations and products. The LPK Toilet Seat Disinfecting Wipes and Foam are an ideal way to demonstrate a facility’s commitment to cleanliness, enhancing the user experience and leaving them with a positive impression of your facility.”


LPK toilet cleaning system extends


the GOJO portfolio Following its acquisition of Laboratoires Prodene Klint (LPK) in 2014, GOJO Industries-Europe is now offering LPK Toilet Seat Disinfecting Wipes and Foam, with co-ordinating dispensers.


This new range enables a quick and effective hygienic clean of the entire toilet seat, helping to prevent the spread of germs. The easy to install dispensing systems are stylish, compact and discreet – as well as being robust and lockable.


The formulations of both LPK Toilet Seat Disinfecting Wipes and Foam are bactericidal, yeasticidal, and active against bacteria and viruses with just one wipe. They leave a pleasant menthol fragrance after use.


LPK Toilet Seat Disinfecting Wipes are pre-moistened with an antiseptic and disinfecting solution. Efficient and economic, the entire toilet seat can be disinfected with just one wipe, without rinsing. Once used, they should be disposed of in the bin.


Similarly, the LPK Toilet Seat Disinfecting Foam is easy to use: simply dispense the foam onto toilet paper and wipe over the toilet seat – no water or rinsing required. Once used, it can be disposed of in the toilet.


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concessions in major department stores. This adds another retailer to The Cleaning Company’s ever-growing portfolio within major shopping centres.


In the current economic climate, there is huge pressure on the performance of any brand’s physical retail stores. Retail managers and staff need to be able to focus on selling their products and helping customers, instead of being involved in maintaining the store and carrying out cleaning duties. This focus adjustment can absolutely increase store sales and staff retention rates.


Warehouse gets The Cleaning


Company treatment The Cleaning Company has secured the contract for Warehouse’s retail outlet in Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford City, commencing on 1 May 2019.


British retailing giant Warehouse specialises in women’s city fashion. The Stratford City store is one of four standalone Warehouse stores in London supported by multiple


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Chan Mehta, Managing Director for The Cleaning Company, said: “Warehouse is an incredible retail brand and we’re delighted to be working with them. They have a reputation for providing


excellent service and fashionable products for busy, professional women. We are delighted to be able to come on board and enable the Warehouse retail team to focus on providing this service, selling the clothes and boosting profits leaving us to use our expertise to help ensure the customer’s experience within the store is comfortable and enjoyable.”


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