Spray It Like You Mean It! ™
As we continue to learn more about operating businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, the FDA, CDC and EPA all remain steadfast that extensive cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting strategies must be enacted and strictly followed (in addition to social distancing, personal hygiene measures and health monitoring) in order to combat spreading the disease.
During such a complex time, having to buy, store, maintain, and use various chemicals, buckets, and processes to accomplish sanitation and compliance in foodservice operations is the last thing anyone needs.
With the All-in-one1 Sani-Professional® No-Rinse Sanitizing Multi-Surface Spray you can clean, sanitize, and disinfect with just ONE product. In addition to eliminating dirt and germs, our spray eliminates the need for multiple products as well as the need for different training programs and protocols for each one. Plus, the new patented Sani-Snap™ Accessory houses the All-in-One Spray and Dry Foodservice Towel in one place for a complete sanitation system.
No-Rinse Sanitizing Multi-Surface Spray is an indispensable tool during these challenging times that is specially formulated to clean, then sanitize food contact surfaces as well as disinfect high-touch surfaces. Effective against Norovirus, Listeria monocytogenes, E. coli, and most common foodborne pathogens2 our spray is easily implemented across foodservice operations – no more worrying whether employees are using the right product for the task. It is also included on the EPA’s List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.3
COMPLIANCE: Use the right tool for the job!
Sani-Professional® No-Rinse Sanitizing Multi-Surface Spray is a complete food safety management system –– in ONE product! Who couldn’t use more simplicity these days?
1. Only when used according to disinfection directions for use.
2. See Technical Data Bulletin for details.
3. In order to be included in List N, Sani Professional® No-Rinse Sanitizing Spray (EPA Reg. No. 9480-11) meets the EPA criteria to be effective against emerging pathogens as COVID-19 is an emerging pathogen.