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02 July
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Our responsibility

Posted by:pete

We have all been affected by the Covid pandemic, none less so than the hospitality sector, it was knocked for six when restauranteurs and hoteliers were forced to shut their doors, this in turn affected so many other suppliers that support the industry and our brand Cleaner Products was left very exposed as over 85% of our turnover was in this sector.

27 June
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Time for change

Posted by:pete

If you're getting ready to re-open now is the time to consider improving your suppliers and perhaps moving to the next level.

We believe we can add some real value to your operations and reduce your costs, we are a family run business and manufacture of own range of high quality chemicals and supply all of the ancillary items your team would require. We would be happy to supply you with samples and prices of our products, just let us know if we can help,

A quick look at our website will show you why we are the first choice for so many quality brands.

10 June
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Marketing manager required

Posted by:pete

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Cleaner Products Limited who are launching a new brand called ‘HOME’, we are looking for an experienced marketing manager.

The successful candidate will have the ability to come up with new and creative ideas to help the ‘Home’ brand move forward. We’re open minded and need all the fresh ideas we can get. More importantly, we need a creative candidate to write interesting content to attract and keep consumers.

20 April
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UK care home emergency

Posted by:pete

It has recently become common knowledge that the UK care home sector has a real problem in obtaining sufficient supplies needed to protect their front line nurses, alcohol hand sanitiser is one of the key products that is required and the directors of Cleaner Products were made aware of this emergency some time ago and were asked if we could help.

16 April
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Pulling together

Posted by:pete

It’s at time like this that brings out the best in people and our hospitality sector really has risen to the challenge and the Cook-19 project is undoubtably the cherry on the cake.

02 April
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Cleaner Products to the rescue

Posted by:pete

Having heard about the shortages of PPE for our front line workers our CEO Nathan Reilly decided to donate our stock of masks to Kent County Council. We have been informed they are going to be used in senior citizen and special needs care, Nathan commented “we are glad they are going to a good home and it is vital that our front line workers stay in good shape”

14 March
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Sanitiser demands rocketing.

Posted by:pete

As a company Cleaner Products have seen uprecedented orders rocketing over the last few weeks, we are pleased to announce that we have been able to keep ahead of the demands but the situation now requires that we place certain supply measures to alivate any bottlenecks to our manufacturing or distribution. The main cause for concern has been alcohol hand sanitiser, however, the demands for other skin care products, surface cleaner and sanitisers have also seen a significant rise in demand.

29 January
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Customer memo - Coronaviruses

Posted by:pete

The recent outbreak of Coronaviruses is scary to say the least, however, Cleaner Products clients can have confidence that our help is at hand should it be required, as always we are fast to react to our clients needs and feel it our duty to support our clients with both effective products and ongoing advice.

28 January
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Three Cheers to The Harwood Arms

Posted by:pete

We are delighted to report that our valued client The Harwood Arms in Fulham, London, has been voted the nations No1 Gastropub for 2020 by Estrella Damm. Over 400 gastropub owners, food critics and industry experts came to this decision which is brilliant news.

11 September
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So you think you're having a rough day.

Posted by:pete

My business partner John Davey sent me this picture which he captured at the recent ‘Cleaner Products Open’ golf tournament at ‘The RAC Woodcote Park’ course in Epsom, Surrey. It was on a long par 5 and I managed to land my 3rd shot on this lovely mound. You can’t see the ball in the picture but it was deep in the rough, to my amazement I managed to get down on the back of the ball and pitched it about five foot from the pin, I then proceeded to make the putt which save my par. The moral of the story is ‘when you think your having a rough day, be positive, things may turn around’

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