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Chrysal Clean Touch

Clean Touch 5L

Chrysal Clean Touch is a ready to use spray effectively kills bacteria, fungus and algea with a long-lasting effect, up to 4 weeks. Spray your tools and buckets directly with Chrysal Clean Touch to disinfect keeping your flowers longer fresh, reduce flower wastage and cleaning labour for florists. Clean Touch Disinfectant Concentrated is especially developed for the professional market, only to be used in automated bucket washing machines. Chrysal Clean Touch is odourless and effective against bacteria up to four weeks.

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Effects & benefits

  • Effectively kills bacteria, fungus and algae.
  • Odourless and effective up to 4 weeks.
  • Reduces flower wastage and reduces cleaning labour.

Extra information

  • Available in a 5 litre can.
  • Available as Concentrate on request for large users in 25 litre can.
  • For more information about Chrysal Clear Touch, please read our product sheet.
  • For more information about Chrysal Clear Touch Concentrated, please read our product sheet.

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