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More effective cleaning 'doesn't compromise quality'

Published 4th July, 2011 by Neil Nixon

More effective cleaning 'doesn't compromise quality'

More effective cleaning can be achieved in the UK’s healthcare institutions without compromising quality, according to a new survey.
Some 89% of those who took part in the survey - run by the online blog site - commented on the importance of rigorous cleaning to help control hospital infections and viruses.

The blog site, run by Jigsaw Cleaning Systems, looked at the issue of more effective cleaning against quality and gathered further comments. James Blackhurst, managing director of Jigsaw Cleaning Systems, said: “We wanted to see if people, particularly those who working the healthcare industry, thought it was possible to be more effective and still maintain quality levels because we don’t think there should be any reason to compromise. By using the latest methods and materials, we firmly believe that effectiveness can be improved and at the same time ensure quality of cleanliness.”

Jigsaw recently introduced a new cleaning formula made from plant oils, known to be healthy for the skin. The new liquid - branded Wetrok Libero and distributed through Jigsaw Cleaning Systems - is known to be highly effective in all cleaning situations across floors and other surfaces.

Libero is Italian for ‘free’ - and the formula is free from a host of chemicals including soap, complexing agents, solvents, salts, alcali, acid, phosphates, colouring and perfume. Unusually, this liquid is also very effective for window and glass cleaning.

The blog site features regular blog articles from the leading names in the healthcare industry, opinion polls, sector statistics and news.

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