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Zoono Z-71 by Rawlins


ABOUT THIS SERVICE...


Cleaning and hygiene have become the first lines of defence against COVID-19. Not only to kill the virus and prevent the spread of infection, but to also instil confidence amongst the public as society reopens. But if we are to win the war against superbugs, cleaners and facilities managers need to move away from traditional, ineffective practices - particularly the over-reliance on disinfectant.


What many people don’t realise is that, like the losing battle of antibiotics against superbugs, disinfectants become increasingly ineffective over time. Although the solution may kill most bacteria, it doesn’t remove them, leaving dead microbes, along with any surviving germs, spread across the surface. And these microbes, dead or alive, serve as a food source for the next wave of bugs.


Some bacteria also produce biofilms that can effectively defend them from cleaning agents. So, there is a real danger that disinfectant only increases the bacterial resistance, rendering it ineffective after consistent use.


To ensure cleaning practices are robust enough to stand up to Coronavirus, a science-based approach to surface protection must be adopted.


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www.rawlins.co.uk/ www.zoono.co.uk/


48 AWARDS 2021


Since the Coronavirus outbreak, Rawlins has been supplying a range of customers with Zoono Z-71, a cost-effective, residual polymer-based antimicrobial protection. The solution provides prolonged protection for any treated surface, significantly reducing the spread of harmful bacteria and viruses, and providing unique, proven long-lasting protection.


Following a thorough clean, the solution can be applied to a surface by spraying, wiping or ‘fogging’, leaving behind a mono- molecular layer that permanently bonds to the surface, forming a protective barrier. Rawlins recommends that main touch points are treated every seven days, with the wider area fogged or sprayed every 21 days for the very best protection. Routine cleaning can continue between applications, without disrupting the Zoono molecule or its antimicrobial activity.


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