A range of non-woven fabric cloths and rolls for primarily wet environments. Also a choice of thicknesses, from an economy multipurpose cloth, up to a heavy duty catercloth which can be laundered several times. Read more
Colour coding cleaning materials and equipment ensures that these items are not used in multiple areas, therefore reducing the risk of cross-infection. This is especially important when cleaning within the medical field or food industry. All cleaning materials and equipment, for example, cloths (re-usable and disposable), mops, buckets, aprons and gloves, should be colour coded.
• Red –– most often used in high-sanitary (high risk for the spread of infection) applications or in restroom cleaning, such as with toilets and urinals
• Yellow –– for sinks, counters and washroom surfaces; also used for specialty cleaning (counters, mirrors), gym areas and metal works
• Blue –– in lower-risk areas of a building, such as desktops, ledges, window cleaning and high and low dusting
• Green –– used in food-processing and food-serving areas, as well as bar area