Jan 28

Bacticlean

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Bactericidal Hard Surface Cleaner

BACTICLEAN safely cleans and sanitises plastics and all hard surfaces and is particularly effective on body fats, grease and grime. It has a pleasant perfume and has been independently tested to prove its effectiveness against a range of bacteria.

Removes grime and grease

Cleans and sanitises all hard surfaces

Long lasting, pleasant fragrance

Highly economical in use

METHOD OF USE

For general purposes, pre-dilute at 10:1 and apply by spray, mop, brush or flip top bottle. Agitate and rinse off with clean water.

If BACTICLEAN is used neat, it is advisable to rinse off with clean water; for light soiling use at 20:1 dilution.

AREAS OF USE

Ideal for general-purpose use in all areas. Invaluable in a wide range of businesses including hospitals, schools, universities, colleges and hotels.

Particularly effective at removing grime and body fats in bathrooms.

Category A

Another quality product available from Chemex International Ltd

Jan 28

Car Valeting Care

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It starts with the right products!

It starts with the right products!

Chemex Farnborough and Guildford provides a wide rang of quality car valeting products in North East Hampshire and West Surrey. We supply directly to businesses in Aldershot, Godalming, Cranleigh, Alton, Guildford, Farnham and Petersfield.

The range of products that we offer are designed and formulated to make valeting faster, more cost-effective and safer and simpler to use. Valeting is not just about car washing and vacuuming. Any good valeter knows this. To professionally valet some vehicles can take the best part of a working day. This is a highly specialised job and the finished results will depend on the quality of the wide range of chemicals used in the cleaning process.

Our challenge to new customers is a simple one. Give us a call. We will drop round a few samples for you to try out and compare with what you are currently using. If you are satisfied we will then call on a regular basis and fulfil your requirements. We advise, assist and demonstrate how to get the best out of the products you us and we take a keen interest in your business. After all, if you do well - so do we.

We offer expert advice on all aspects of valeting and even provide product and COSHH awareness training for your staff which is all part of the service. In addition, we supply equipment for manual and automatic operation, including foam application, surface preparation and product dilution.

Complete the contact form or phone Malcolm Dixon on 07780 677452 to arrange a convenient 30 minute slot. We look forward to working with you.

Malcolm Dixon, 7 Newfield Avenue, Farnborough, Hants, GU14 9PG
Tel: 01252 675588, Mob: 07780 677452, Fax: 01252 675588

Jan 9

Hospitality Show - NEC

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If you are in the Hospitality or Food Service industry then be sure not to miss the Hospitality Show at the NEC on 19 - 21st January 2009. Take your business to new heights and don’t miss Hospitality, the UK’s leading event for foodservice and hospitality in 2009. For an in-depth easy-to-read preview on Hospitality 2009 check out NEW@HOSPITALITY

Hospitality is just around the corner so make sure you register now to deliver measurable success for your business.

With the hottest products, fascinating seminars and the prestigious Salon Culinaire competition, it’s the ‘must visit’ event for 2009 presenting everything you need to deliver measurable profits for your business.

www.hospitality-show.co.uk

Jan 8

Bus & Coach Cleaning

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Cost-effective, safer and simpler cleaning

Chemex has worked with the bus industry over the last 25 years to develop a comprehensive range of products that has resulted in making vehicle cleaning more cost-effective, safer, simpler and, with the latest products in the range, more environmentally acceptable.

There is an increasing awareness and demand for increased quality among consumers and Chemex believes that this can be achieved by recognising that service is a key factor in ensuring success. Our aim is to ensure that your organisation is well positioned to maintain high levels of quality and service that meet, and hopefully exceed, your customer’s expectations.

Time and again, it has been shown that improving your corporate image in this way assists in maintaining current coach and bus contracts and increases the likelihood of acquiring new contracts - with the resulting increase in turnover and profitability.

We offer expert advice on all aspects of bus and coach cleaning and even provide product and COSHH awareness training for your staff, all part of the service. In addition, we supply equipment for manual and automatic operation, including foam application, surface preparation and product dilution.

Chemex bus and coach care can assist you in maximising customer safety,reducing cross contamination and improving your corporate image. Internally, it can assist employee safety is asured throughout your organisation, in addition to providing you with cost savings - both in terms of product and staff time.

Whatever the size of your fleet, Chemex Bus and Coach Care helps you achieve cost-effective operational efficiency and meet exacting legislative controls with the its range of professional, high quality products and services.

Call us today to see where Chemex can add value to your business by implementing cost-effective solutions that maximise fleet investment, enhancing corporate image and increasing efficiency.

Let’s get it right from the outset

Complete the contact form or phone Malcolm Dixon on 07780 677452 to arrange a convenient 30 minute slot. We look forward to working with you.

Malcolm Dixon, 7 Newfield Avenue, Farnborough, Hants, GU14 9PG
Tel: 01252 675588, Mob: 07780 677452, Fax: 01252 675588

Jan 6

British Toilet Association

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In October 2008 the government published a report calling for local authorities to make efforts to reverse the trend in recent years of the declining number of public toilets. The report calls for strategy to make sure that public toilets are available for the general public and to increase the availability of public toilets managed by the local authorities.

When British citizens go abroad they are often faced with having to pay a fee to use the toilets or worse still, having to hunt around desperately to find somewhere to go. Tourists to Britain on the other hand would marvel at the availability of clean toilets maintained by the local councils so that citizens would always be sure that they could find a toilet when they needed it.

Enter the BTA. It stands for the British Toilet Association.  I wonder how many countries can claim to have their very own toilet association. The BTA want the government to provide adequate toilet facilities and insist on local authorities being made responsible for such provision. Additionally, the BTA will continue its campaign until the British public and visitors to the United Kingdom can enjoy and benefit from state funded public toilets when and where needed. Hurrah hurrah.

You can take part in this campaign, find out about the nations little room habits and the British Toilet Association by visiting www.britloos.co.uk/

Jan 6

Cleaning Show 2009

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The cleaning show 2009 is one of the most important cleaning events in the UK. The show opens at the NEC in Birmingham ( NEC ) on 10th March and closes on 12th March. The show is held every two years and is one of the UK’s largest business to business events. This is a vital show for anyone in the cleaning industry.

In addition to providing a professional environment for companies wishing to sell products and services, the Cleaning Show also provides an ideal networking environment and a chance to catch up with industry news and awards. Further details can be found at www.cleaningshow.co.uk

Jan 6

Van Heaters

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Just what have heaters got to do with Janitorial cleaning products. Well surprisingly quite a lot if you are a chemical supplier or operate a contract cleaning services company. Time and time again we here of problems with water or chemicals freezing whilst vans are left overnight in winter temperatures. However, if you transport water or water based products of any kind or operate a vehicle full of liquid products that can freeze at low temperatures there are things you can do to prevent this problem.

Many vehicle manufacturers will have professional heating appliances, particularly in diesel vans or trucks where the equipment will use the diesel fuel to power the unit and a thermostat to ensure that it operates and heats to a set temperature. Unfortunately this type of equipment is not cheap but there is an alternative.

Tubular frost heaters or frost heaters of the type that you find in some outbuildings such as sheds or greenhouses are absolutely ideal for making sure that the contents of your van do not freeze. They are designed for this purpose. They provide background heat at low wattage, keeping the temperature above freezing and therefore ensuring that your valuable chemical products or cleaning materials do not become frozen. The only thing you have to work out is how you get the electric to the vehicle. Normally an extension lead up in between the rubbers of the rear doors will suffice and still allow for the doors to be locked. Similarly this will need to find a way into your nearest power socket in your home.

These simple and effective tubular heaters do not use much electricity. You will only need to use them when the temperature is cold or when it looks as if it may freeze overnight. Personally I would fit mine with an electrical outlet similar to those used on camper vans so that I could just hitch up the electric easily when required. The unit itelf would then be a permanent fixture on the inside of the vehicle.