Pack Size: 1x5lt and 20lt
Bactericidal liquid detergent for the manual washing of crockery, kitchen utensils and all general cleaning. Contains a blend of surface active agents and approved quaternary ammonium compounds to clean and disinfect in one operation. It is neutral in pH, non-tainting and produces a controlled foam in hard or soft water.
Hygiene is very important in areas where food is prepared and handled and Sink + has been formulated to help reduce and prevent the spread of bacteria in food preparation areas. It should be used where food is prepared, especially for susceptible individuals, such as children, the elderly and the sick.
BENEFITS AND FEATURES
*Helps prevent the spread of infection *Contains an effective bactericide
*Highly recommended for use in nursing homes, hospitals and schools *Multi purpose product
*Suitable for manual dishwashing and general sanitising *Neutral pH value
*Non-tainting, safe to use in kitchens *Effective in hard or soft water
WHERE TO USE
Recommended where a high standard of hygiene is essential, in kitchens, canteens, restaurants, bakeries, butchers, schools, hospitals, nursing homes and wherever food is prepared or handled. Ideal for wiping down food preparation surfaces, work tops, tables, vending machines, refrigerators, floors and walls.
HOW TO USE
MANUAL DISHWASHING: Dilute 1:200 parts hot water (1 capful per 5ltr)
TO SANITISE WORK TOPS, TABLES & HARD SURFACES: Dilute up to 1:200 parts hot water, depending on soilage
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