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Seeing is believing with new ROCOL® stainless steel cleaner

15 July 2014

A new stainless steel cleaner from ROCOL is delivering superior smear-free, no-residue cleaning results in a wide range of production environments, including food, beverage and clean industries.

The new cleaner and polishing spray, which removes grease, oil and general grime from metal surfaces and is particularly suitable for use on stainless steel, is receiving widespread praise from customers following its launch. 

ROCOL says, “The feedback we are getting from customers is that we’ve succeeded in developing a cleaning product which surpasses their expectations – we’ve looked at other stainless steel cleaners in the market and produced an outstanding cleaner that doesn’t leave any residue.”

“In addition, it offers a range of food safety, hygiene and traceability benefits, which make it ideal for use throughout food, pharmaceutical and clean industries.” 

As well as leaving surfaces polished, and residue and smear-free, the STAINLESS STEEL CLEANER Spray from ROCOL is 100% food safe. Manufactured from only FDA listed ingredients, it carries NSF registration, making it ideal for use in food processing areas.

The product’s food safe credentials are further enhanced through the use of the ROCOL patented DETEX™ caps and actuators, which are manufactured from x-ray and metal detectable plastic components to help food processing plants meet HACCP requirements. 

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