How do you remove dirt, soil and kill germs? Clean and sanitize the right way. Completely hygienic and ready to use, The Cleaning Station presents a touchless system since you only use the towel you touch. Follow these steps: pull towel, spray towel or surface, wipe surface, toss towel, and sanitize hands.
Wiping your surface with Mark 11 Disinfectant Spray and the use of a dry towel helps to stop the spread of germs. (See section on Mark 11 to learn the proper way to disinfect).
An economical solution for your business, dry towels save you money which is perfect for your bottom line. The only free standing sanitizing system on the market today that houses *The Cleaning Station 2 ply dry towel and spray bottles on the shelves; preferred by many business owners over the costly alternatives. An industrial size, touchless, center-pull towel is perfect for high performance areas.
Use in conjunction with The Cleaning Station’s custom designed open circle nozzle and you are ensured high performance pull reliability for easy separation, reducing cost and waste.
These towels can be used in a multitude of applications for wiping hands, faces, cleaning up spills, etc. Be sure to attach The Cleaning Station's acrylic sign holder for your staff, customers and visitors educating them how to utilize The Cleaning Station.
Save money by using this cost effective dry towel as the perfect solution for offices, breakrooms, gyms, healthcare and many locations.
- Color: White
- 654 towels per roll
- 6 rolls per case
- 3,960 towels in a case
- 8" x 11" towel
- Highly absorbent
*THE CLEANING STATION may work with other dry or wet towels; however we cannot guarantee pull reliability, bunching, or possible damage to THE CLEANING STATION. Please refer to THE CLEANING STATION Warranty. You may contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-466-3365.
To load your dry towel, simply open back cabinet of The Cleaning Station, pull out the center core of towel roll, feed towel through the dry towel nozzle, (full open circle), and pull the towel out the top of the station, (see How-To install your dry towels).
In order to wipe surfaces and clean up spills, paper towels are made up of cellulose fibers, (wood, cotton, and other plants), loosely woven enabling liquid to travel between fibers.