Virus-free workplaces

Published:  15 January, 2021

With the UK continuing its battle against COVID-19, businesses everywhere are facing the unenviable task of ensuring virus-free workplaces for staff and customers alike. For this reason, HI-KLEEN from Hi-line Industries has been proving exceptionally popular since its introduction in the summer of 2020. To help even more companies benefit from this highly effective surface sanitiser for commercial premises, Hi-line has produced a short but highly informative YouTube video (https://youtu.be/7cQlavJ51S4) that demonstrates the product’s easy application.

Despite the gradual roll-out of a vaccine for COVID-19, the Government advice is to remain vigilant and continue following the guidance set out at the beginning of the pandemic. The virus is still growing in prevalence throughout the UK. Workplaces are a potential breeding ground for bacteria and viruses, which is why taking sensible precautions represents an astute health and safety strategy.

Hi-Line says a single, quick application of HI-KLEEN ensures full sanitisation of all contact surfaces, providing at least five hours of protection from further contamination once applied and the product is completely safe for any member of staff to apply without need for PPE.

Hi-KLEEN’s special formulation is reported to ensure it kills and inhibits both bacteria and viruses (including enveloped viruses such as COVID-19) on hard or soft surfaces. This odour-free, clear product is ideal for a vast range of facilities, including factories, food plants, warehouses, offices, showrooms, sports clubs, conference centres, hospitals, health centres, care homes, educational buildings, theatres, cinemas, restaurants, pubs, and even vehicles.

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