Colour coding is based on the idea of designating particular cleaning products and processes to consistent colour schemes. It's purpose is to segregate equipment and procedures in order to prevent cross contamination in the home and workplace. Follow the 'Golden Rules' below to use colour coding successfully and help protect human health. Red High Risk Sanitary Areas such as toilets, urinals and washroom floors Blue Low Risk General Area such as desk tops, window ledges, dusting & polishing Green Catering Departments Food processing, food services & bar areas Yellow Washbasins & surfaces including tiled walls, mirrors, glass & metal.
(from stock, UK mainland)
|3-5 business days||£5.99|
In most circumstances, you can return your purchase within 14 days of receipt where it is unused and in its original packaging. There are some important exceptions, including, for example:
* UK mainland only
** Industrial Scotland includes postcodes AB, DD, DG, EH, FK, G, IV5, IV30, IV31, KA, KY, ML, PA (except PA36, PA38, PA40, PA50), PH1 to PH18, TD
*** Scottish Highlands and Islands, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Scilly Islands, Channel Islands