An Oldham company is “cleaning up” with its brand new antibacterial hygiene products that contain no alcohol or skin irritants. Klenzar hand sanitiser and Sterizar cleaning spray are effective against 99.99% of all known bacteria.

An Oldham company is cleaning up with its brand new antibacterial hygiene products that contain no alcohol or skin irritants.
 
Creative Supply Solutions (CSS) has spent the past two years developing Klenzar hand sanitiser and Sterizar hard surface cleaner, both of which are now being used in the healthcare and caretaking industry across England and Ireland.  Overseas interest has also come from Europe, the Middle East and the USA.
 
Sterizar  and Klenzar productsKlenzar anti-bacterial hand sanitiser is manufactured from 100% natural products including Manuka honey and willow bark extract, so is kind to skin – yet it is also effective against MRSA, C Diff, EColi plus 99.99% of bacteria.
 
Because it is 100% alcohol free, it has far wider uses than traditional hand sanitisers and is therefore likely to be attractive to Muslim users. With this in mind, CSS has applied for Halal certification from the Halal Monitoring Committee in Leicester, who will be visiting the manufacturing site to check that premises and processes meet their requirements. Halal approval is anticipated within the next four weeks.
 
Sterizar is an extremely effective cleaning spray for hard surfaces such as counters, floors and worktops, tested to be effective against MRSA, C Diff, E Coli., Salmonella, plus 99.99% of all known bacteria. Yet it is also alcohol free and contains no harsh chemicals or irritants so is skin friendly as well as safe to use in food preparation areas.
 
Sterizar has been tested to British Standards levels in independent UK laboratories and has been proven to protect for at least 7 days from any cross contamination of treated areas after application. Regular cleaning with other products does not reduce its effectiveness, thanks to its advanced barrier control. Sterizar has been developed to meet the new EC Biocidal Directive due to come into effect in 2012 which focuses on reducing the amount of harsh chemicals used in antibacterial products.
 
For further information visit www.creativesupplysolutions.co.uk

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