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New concept in professional window and surface cleaning launched

Published 20th September, 2018 by Neil Nixon

New concept in professional window and surface cleaning launched

Kärcher has unveiled the WVP 10 Professional Window and Surface Cleaner, a multi-directional, cordless device that enables cleaning of any flat surface. The device provides fast, efficient, multi-application cleaning and drying, eliminating the need for a bucket of water and cloth.

The WVP 10 is a lightweight and ergonomic handheld cleaning device that can be used to clean any kind of horizontal, vertical, or even overhead flat surface. The product features a large capacity dirty water collection tank, powerful suction and a removable battery for extended use, plus the advanced version comes with a second battery with quick charger for continuous cleaning time. The product is easy to operate, with a soft-grip for comfortable use and a manually adjustable distance holder ensures a streak-free finish.

Key features of the WVP 10 include:

Robust design for long life.
Spray bottle with microfibre attachment.
Suction nozzle for multi-directional cleaning.
Fast charge battery (60 minutes).
Large container capacity (200ml).
Changeable battery for continuous work.
Hygienic for the operator as no direct contact with dirty water.

The WVP 10 has a range of optional accessories, such as a small suction nozzle, a scraper, a telescopic extension pole, and different sized squeegee blades, to professionally clean even the trickiest of surfaces.

Nicola Clare, product manager at Kärcher UK, said: “Our WVP 10 is an exciting introduction to the professional cleaning world as there is nothing quite like it already out there. It is a smart and efficient unit that eliminates the need for buckets or soggy cloths making it much-better suited to a professional environment, regardless of industry sector. It really is a fresh approach to professional cleaning and we are proud to say that it delivers exceptional results.”

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