Detergent wipes


22nd January 2013


Clinell Detergent Wipes are unlike other detergent wipes. Our research and development team have combined cutting edge technology with ease of use to create an incredibly effective and environmentally friendly formula. The majority of competitors detergent products are oil and phosphate based which leaves smears, residue and is associated with water pollution and other environmental damage. Clinell’s patent pending Detergent Wipes use recently developed glucoside and polyglucoside surfactants (compounds that lower the surface tension of a liquid, and act as detergents). These surfactants are derived from renewable and sustainable plant sources such as sugar cane, rather than non-sustainable oil helping them biodegrade rapidly. The surfactant molecules have been tailor made, and combined with other elements to give excellent cleaning powers and minimum smear. The efficiency of these custom designed molecules also means less surfactant is necessary for a given task, contributing to minimal residue and smear. They are extremely safe to use on the skin with similar technology found in many shampoos and skin care products.



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