Alliance UK online offers a good selection of washroom disinfectants for kitchens, bathrooms and washrooms. Specifically formulated for rapid and easy cleaning of all surfaces in the kitchens, bathrooms and washrooms. It cuts through grease and grime. Enov disinfectant is powerful and leaves surfaces hygienically clean in a very short of time.
Washroom and toilet cleaning products are essential in maintaining clean, odour-free and sanitary facilities. Our disinfectant range features refreshing fragrances which easily eliminates unpleasant smells Available as ready-to-use sprays or cost-saving concentrates, washroom cleaning products have a solution to suit all business sizes.
Our powerful disinfectant range cuts through grease and grime effortlessly leaving surfaces hygienically clean whilst helping to prevent the build-up of lime scale in your kitchen, bathroom and washroom.
Almost every environment on the planet contains bacteria and microorganisms. You might be surprised to learn that on one square inch of human skin there are more than 600,000 bacteria1. Most bacteria are harmless to humans. But disease-causing organisms – called pathogens – can be dangerous or even deadly. One of the most contagious and renowned diseases of 2020 has been COVID-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Using the right types of disinfectants regularly on surfaces throughout your facility is critical in helping prevent the spread of diseases and sicknesses like colds, Influenza, and even COVID-19. Since there are many types of disinfectants on the market, it’s important to understand how they work – including their pros and cons— in order to make an informed decision on how to best disinfect and protect the people in your facility.
How do Disinfectants Work?
Disinfectants are chemical agents applied to non-living objects in order to destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold or mildews living on the objects. By definition, disinfectant formulas must be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The “active ingredient” in each disinfectant formula is what kills pathogens, usually by disrupting or damaging their cells. Active ingredients are usually aided by other ingredients with various purposes. For example, surfactants can be added to a disinfectant formula to provide consistent wetting on a surface or to help in cleaning.