Big Wipes Go Antiviral

Big Wipes achieves antiviral accreditation becoming the first industrial-grade wipes in the world to gain EN 14476

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F4P - 01 June 2021:
The market-leading Big Wipes brand is known for its unmatched cleaning power, packing a punch to grease, grime and bacteria on the go. Now that punch is even mightier, as Big Wipes achieves antiviral accreditation. They are the first industrial-grade cleaning wipes in the world to gain EN 14476, the stringent European Antiviral Standard for chemical disinfectants.

“Big Wipes are now EVEN BETTER,” explains Nigel Dibbo, Big Wipes Managing Director. “Still with their unique combination – high-tech cleaning power with a dermatologically tested, antibacterial formula – NOW fully laboratory tested, proven to kill SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. There’s some strong science at work here.”

“This is a game-changer for our customers suppling the building services industry, especially as the market opens up fully post-Covid.”

This antiviral accreditation really does make Big Wipes the all-in-one toolkit essential. Building services contractors can now issue and use just ONE product to clean and disinfect wherever they are working. Big Wipes are the truly portable all-in-one solution. They keep the team clean, the workplace clean and importantly disinfect as they go, for ongoing worksite protection against Coronavirus.

All Big Wipes are now “PT1” and “PT2” registered, making them suitable for the disinfection and sanitisation of both hands and surfaces at the same time. No more multiple products for specialist surface cleaning, safe hand cleaning and sanitiser to disinfect. Big Wipes does it all – one product, one job, saving time and money and giving companies the assurance that everyone has additional site safety.

“Brilliantly, the certification is also retrospective, which means that just about every Big Wipes product in use and in our customers’ branches and warehouses is immediately antiviral. Just look out for the letters ‘BW’ printed after the batch code on every tub”, concluded Dibbo.

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