Kitchen cleaner and sanitiser from Alliance UK are designed to work on hard surfaces within food preparation and service areas such as stainless steel worktops, hobs and oven tops where a powerful, deep-cleansing, sanitising and degreasing solution is often required. Our kitchen sanitiser range is recommended for use on a variety of surfaces, including worktops, cutting boards, tables, vending machines, refrigerators, kitchen equipment, shelves, floors and walls.
Our range includes 500ml bottles, 1 litre bottles and 5 litres bottles for refilling smaller bottles and wasting less plastic, great options for any home and also any businesses.
Here at Alliance UK online, we stock a huge range of kitchen sanitisers. Our range features fast-acting and powerful proven formula to successfully remove common food borne bacteria and leaves surfaces both clean and completely germ-free. Our kitchen sanitisers are designed to always give great results and they clean and disinfect in one operation. Kitchen sanitiser and cleaner will make light work of dirt, mould, mildew, fungi and bacteria, leaving your surfaces spotless all year round!
The term sanitary in the Code refers to the state of a food contact surface or utensil where it does not contain microorganisms at a level that would permit the transmission of infectious disease or compromise food safety.
Sanitisers are substances capable of destroying microorganisms including those bacteria that cause food poisoning and other diseases.
When used properly, they can reduce surface contamination by bacteria to a safe level. It is important to read and follow the directions on sanitisers carefully.
Sanitising is usually achieved using heat and water, or chemicals, or a combination of both methods. An effective alternative to chemical sanitisers is hot water used at (75°C or hotter) to soak items for 2 minutes or more.
Points to remember about sanitising
For effective and safe use of a sanitiser, follow the manufacturer's instructions provided on the label.
- Some sanitisers are toxic to people and the residue must be rinsed off, whilst other sanitisers are food-safe and do not require rinsing. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for the sanitiser to ensure safe use.
- Sanitisers all work best at the correct dilution. If they are too weak, they do not work effectively, if they are too strong you are wasting your money.
- Sanitisers need time to work. The contact time varies and may be seconds or minutes depending on the job.
- Sanitising solution can be made up as needed and put into labelled spray bottles for use on bench tops, fridges, door handles and other surfaces.
- Check the dilution, contact time, safety precautions, shelf life and storage of all chemicals before use.