Alcohol Surface Wipes Scotland
We supply high quality 80% alcohol surface wipes Scotland from stock for quick delivery all over the Scotland including all major cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Perth, Thurso and Dumfries.
Made in Scotland; our wipes are a high quality non-woven surface wipe that is impregnated with 80% denatured alcohol solution to provide an antiseptic wipe suitable for disinfection to high standards. These wipes can be used on all hard surfaces where a quick and hygienic sanitising clean is required and will also keep their strength while wet.
We have a wide range of clients like local councils, nursing homes, ports and industries who have found our alcohol surface wipes Scotland to be convenient to use, non-abrasive, quick drying, well-priced and tear resistant. They will kill 99.9% of bacteria germs in around 30 seconds.
They contain the optimal amount of solvent for performing the required cleaning, ward infection-control and disinfecting tasks. While there are many other types of antibacterial wipes available, alcohol wipes remain an effective favourite for controlling infection and we supply in both 100 and 500 wipes per tub with details as below:
Code: PSW02 – Packed: Approx. 500 per tub
Code: PSW01 – Packed: Approx. 100 per tub
Cautions for these wipes:
Keep away from sources of ignition. Keep container tightly closed. Vapours can cause drowsiness.
Download a specification sheet for these products here.
Please contact us to discuss your needs further at:
Auriel Clean Power | 14 Inchyra Road | Grangemouth | FK3 9XB | Scotland
Tel: 01324 474744 | Email: email@example.com
Useful links for infection control in the hospitals and the healthcare industry:
Health & Social Care Act 2008 on GOV.UK
Royal Environmental Health Institute Of Scotland & HSE Page
Further Auriel Clean Power products like our alcohol hand sanitiser gel Scotland in 100ml, 250ml, 500ml and 5 litre size and powerful deep cleaning eco-friendly cleaning sprays or new environmentally friendly marine algae cleaner can be seen by clicking on the links in this paragraph.
Cleanness is certainly in evidence in this shot of beautiful Loch Katrine below: