Under its Ressol brand Hilados Biete has developed the Microlite wipe, made of spunlace non-woven material and designed for surfaces that may have direct contact with food. It is lint-free and leaves no traces says the company.
The cloth is semi-disposable, resistant and durable. It can absorb oil, water, ink, dust and grease and fits paper/cloth
From Mogul comes a range of spunlace wipes for dry and wet applications, with cotton a speciality. Its Duotex abrasive wipes - which come in a variety of colours - are designed for heavy-duty cleaning, with a scrubbing side for removing the toughest soils and a smooth side for absorbing them.
Q-Wick is an embossed meltblown abrasive wipe with low
Tork manufacturer SCA has launched an extremely low-linting cleaning cloth suitable for use in the food manufacturing, electronics and automotive industries. Made from 100 per cent polypropylene, Tork Industrial Low-Lint Cleaning Cloth is also anti-static.
The new cloth is designed for use in conjunction with the Tork Folded Cloth Dispenser which
Window cleaning has long been associated with working from height along with all the risks that this involves. But since the advent of water-fed poles, how safe is window cleaning today? And what products are there on the market that can further improve window cleaners’ safety? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Concern for personal safety is becoming
Intelligent dosing is changing the face of the chemical dispensing market. But some companies argue that simpler solutions can also be highly effective. Ann Laffeaty finds out about the latest products on the market designed to make chemical dosing more efficient than ever.
In today’s high-tech world, an increasing number of companies are
Staff in a busy kitchen may be rushed off their feet, but there must be a full understanding that a good cleaning regime should never be compromised.
Cleaning surfaces, sanitising floors, cleaning cookers, washing the hands – what are the key cleaning tasks that need to be carried out on a regular basis in any food service kitchen? And what