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The Coronavirus outbreak has given customers a heightened awareness of a premises’ cleanliness.

  Never before has Irish business premises had to face the challenges witnessed in recent times, for many resilience has been tested beyond compare. One thing is certain, ensuring peace of mind for your customers and staff that your establishment is safe and hygienically clean is critical. The Value of Hygiene. Cleanliness has always been a key consideration, but now the conversation surrounding hygiene and infection control is of paramount concern. It is not only important to establish good hygiene habits, but also to be transparent to your customers and staff about your cleaning procedures and the products you use. This can help your customers feel safe and confident, making them return time and again. Did you know? Research by P&G Professional* shows that 54% of restaurant guests would be willing to pay more if they knew the business used cleaning products from a manufacturer or brand they knew and trusted. *Research conducted by AYTM, May 2020 amongst a sample of 800 People who eat at restaurants at least twice per week. Infection Prevention. In the current climate, consistent and frequent cleaning procedures are critical. Such practices are recognised as the first responsible action that businesses should take to stop the spread of infection and protect staff and customers. Infection control can be maintained using the guidelines below: P&G Recommended Guidelines for Businesses Did you know? Cleaning = removing soil and dirt from a surface Disinfection = killing / reducing germs that cause disease, odors, spoilage Why is it important to clean and disinfect? Most disinfectants do not effectively remove soil, if at all. Cleaning well removes soil where germs are found and can multiply and allows disinfectants to work more effectively. Top Tip: Use products that will both clean and disinfect surfaces, allowing staff to complete the necessary work in half the time, and provide peace of mind that the job is done right, the first time. Try using a high-quality multipurpose product such as P&G Flash Professional Spray Clean & Bleach For more information on this P&G product and more from the P&G range please contact our Customer Service teams on or phone +353 1 6301800