Selden | Selgiene Ultra | Virucidal Cleaner
Looking for an essential everyday cleaner/sanitiser in the fight against Coronavirus?
Selgiene Ultra cleans and sanitises frequently touched items such as door handles, tables, banisters etc. and is suitable for damp mopping floors. It kills Coronavirus, Swine Flu, HIV, Hepatitis C, MRSA & Clostridium difficile.
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Why choose Selden Selgiene Ultra?
Selden Selgiene Ultra Kills Coronavirus, Swine Flu, HIV, Hepatitis C, MRSA & Clostridium difficile.
It passes EN 1276, 13704, 1650, 14476 & 14675 Manufactured in the UK to ISO 9001, 14001 & 18001
Selgiene Ultra cleans and sanitises frequently touched items such as door handles, tables, banisters etc. and is suitable for damp mopping floors.
It is independently proven to kill the HIV, Hepatitis C and H1N1 Influenza viruses. Also certified to kill Clostridium difficile, MRSA and common food poisoning bacteria including Salmonella typhimurium, Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli.
Where can you apply Selden Selgiene Ultra?
Selden Selgiene Ultra is an essential everyday product in the fight against cross infection.
It is particularly suitable for use in the care sector.
Selden Selgiene Ultra is also ideal for use in all public places including schools, sports facilities, gym equipment, hotel washrooms, animal handling etc.
It is bleach free, non-hazardous, non-toxic and safe to use on all common water washable surfaces.
Selden Selgiene Ultra is pleasantly perfumed and leaves a freshly cleaned fragrance to rooms.
How do you use Selden Selgiene Ultra?
Selden Selgiene Ultra can be used in various environments:
For damp mopping and killing HIV or food poisoning bacteria dilute 1 part Selgiene Ultra with 40 parts warm water. Mop or wipe surfaces down as normal and leave to air dry.
For protection against Swine Flu and C. diff dilute 1 part Selgiene Ultra in 10 parts water and trigger spray onto surfaces. Wipe with a cloth and leave to air dry. Selgiene Ultra is QAC based and dilutions will be stable.
Heavily soiled surfaces should be cleaned prior to disinfecting.
|Country of Manufacture||United Kingdom|