Disinfectant Wipes That Pick Up Dirt and Bacteria Rather Than Move It Around

Disinfectant Wipes That Pick Up Dirt and Bacteria Rather Than Move It Around

Did you know that most disinfectant wipes move dirt and bacteria around rather than pick it up?  Reynard Premier Disinfectant wipes have been developed to not just wipe but to remove bacteria and dirt too.  These disinfectant wipes has been developed over many months to improving cleaning and disinfecting and also has advanced traction.  Undergoing extensive testing these wipes are:

  • Bactericidal
  • Mycobactericidal
  • Fungicidal
  • Virucidal
  • Sporicidal

Hospital Grade Disinfectant Wipes Take Care Of The Toughest Jobs

Hospitals have very strict guidelines when it comes to hygiene and sanitation.  These disinfectant wipes have been tested to European standards and NZFSA  that directly targets any infection by cleaning and disinfecting.

NZFSA Approval is an approval from the New Zealand Food Safety Authority. Reynard's Surface Disinfection Wipes are approved under NZFSA Approved Category C44.

Not just ideal for hospital equipment, trolleys, mattresses and beds these are ideal for use on most hard surfaces including work tops, desks, phones, keyboards, steering wheels and chairs.  

They clean and disinfect in one step without the trouble of extra cloths or spray bottles. A few other key factors - 

  • they’re fragrance free
  • don’t scratch or mark hard surfaces
  • they contain a low foaming biodegradable non-ionic surfactant which in simple terms great for wiping up and cleaning away fat or grease
  • they’re a large wipe size (33 x 22cm) so you end up using less wipes and come in a resealable pack so easy to carry around and stops the wipes from drying up and going to waste
  • They come in packs in 50s or 100s 

For more more product information or to order jump online here or give us a call on 0800 509 809.  

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