Do you test on animals?
Has the product been tested?
Yes, FightBAC Hand Sanitiser has been independently tested to BS/EN 14476, BS/EN 1267 and BS/EN1650, killing 99.99% of bacteria, viruses yeasts, moulds and spores.
Is alcohol better than BAC?
No. BAC based hand sanitisers are approved around the world for use in infection control including Coronavirus. When either product is used correctly they both work well at killing bacteria and germs. There may be circumstances where one specific type of product is recommended over the other such as the use of alcohol-free within schools and prisons.
Are there any benefits of using an FightBac?
There are a number of benefits of using BAC instead of alcohol. FightBAC Sanitiser remains active on the skin for up to six hours after application providing an active shield against germs. It is non flammable, safe to store and can be used by those with sensitive skin.
What type of dispenser do I require?
FightBAC Sanitiser can be used straight from the bottle however as it contains a foaming element, ideally it should be used in a foaming dispenser. These are available in a multitude of styles through the internet, from pocket sized bottles to large wall dispensers. See here for images of the type of foaming dispensers you can use.
As the sanitiser is a liquid; (research shows that gel sanitisers can reduce the effectiveness of the product) then it is equally as economical to use a spray dispenser/bottle.
We are always available to advise on any dispensing units.
Can we get FightBAC Hand Sanitiser in smaller bottles?
By supplying the Hand Sanitiser in 5 litre refill containers, we are able to maintain our ethical and environmentally proactive stance by cutting down on plastic waste and encouraging recycling. The hand sanitiser can be decanted into any array of bottles to suit the needs of the user.
Are there any other uses for FightBAC Hand Sanitiser?
FightBAC Hand Sanitiser can be used to sanitise any surface which is highly beneficial with high contact areas such as shopping trolleys and door handles.
Can FightBAC Hand Sanitiser cause any skin problems?
FightBAC Hand Sanitiser is non-hazardous and contains moisturisers and soothing agents to minimise the drying effects of sanitiser use. However, as with all chemicals, some people may be sensitive to one of the product ingredients and use should be stopped if there are any signs of skin irritation.
Does FightBAC Hand Sanitiser have a fragrance?
Artificial fragrances are one of the most common causes of skin allergies and for this reason FightBAC Hand Sanitiser does not contain an added fragrance.
Is FightBAC Hand Sanitiser coloured?
FightBAC Hand Sanitiser is naturally coloured with a light yellow tinge slight to the active ingredients.
ANTI-BACTERIAL SURFACE CLEANER FAQs
Has FightBAC Surface Cleaner been laboratory tested?
Yes, FightBAC Surface Cleaner has been tested for compliance with the BS/EN standards BS/EN14476 BS/EN1276, BS/EN1650 and BS/EN13697
Where can FightBAC Surface Cleaner be used?
FightBAC Surface Cleaner can be used on any hard surface. FightBAC Surface Cleaner does not have any detrimental effect on the majority of commonly found natural and decorative surfaces but if you are unsure, apply to a small area to check for any adverse effect
How do you use FightBAC Surface Cleaner?
FightBAC Surface Cleaner is a ready to use triple action product - Cleaner, Disinfectant and Sanitiser. It can be used straight from the bottle with a cloth or as a refill for a trigger spray bottle, pump sprayer or fogging machine.Spray or wipe onto areas and leave for 30 seconds. Leave to dry.
Can FightBAC Surface Cleaner be used in food areas?
Yes, it meets the requirements for use in the Catering Sector. When used on surfaces that come into contact with food, it should be rinsed with water on a clean cloth after application.
Can FightBAC Surface Cleaner be diluted?
FightBAC Surface Cleaner is supplied at ‘in use’ strength. Whilst diluted strengths may work adequately for cleaning purposes this may not be a sufficient strength to kill any germs that may be present on the surface. We therefore do not recommend dilution
Is FightBAC Surface Cleaner safe to get on the skin?
Whilst FightBAC Surface Cleaner is generally safe to get on the skin some people may be allergic or sensitive to some ingredients and we would recommend the use of gloves if you are unsure.