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K-C Launches Sanitizing Spray



Published May 30, 2013
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Kimberly-Clark Professional calls its new Scott 24 Hour Sanitizing Spray the only sanitizing spray that kills 99.9% of bacteria for 24 hours, even after multiple touches. The product also cleans, disinfects and deodorizes, and eliminates 99.9% of cold and flu viruses and norovirus.

"Because it lasts for 24 hours, it protects people from germs between daily cleanings," said Joel Schellhammer, Go to Market Director, Offices and Education, Kimberly-Clark Professional. "It's another important tool for what we call our Hygienify! protocol – three easy steps that employees can take to enhance workplace hygiene: wash, wipe, sanitize."

What makes this product unique is that it retains its ability to kill bacteria for 24 hours, even after a surface has been touched. The product also kills viruses and fungi and that means cleaning personnel only have to apply it once a day, even in high-contact areas. It has the potential to make cleaning operations more efficient and effective, while providing users with peace of mind.    

The patent-pending formulation is bleach-free, cuts through common grease, dirt and grime and won't harm most surfaces. Recommended uses include offices, schools, hotels, food-service (non-food contact), stores, supermarkets, airports, industrial facilities, gyms and locker rooms, cruise ships and day care centers. 

The new Scott 24 Hour Sanitizing Spray is the latest addition to The Healthy Workplace Project and The Healthy Schools Project, two programs that offer a multifaceted approach to hand and surface hygiene to help people understand and prevent the spread of cold, flu and other germs.



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