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Indicator Notes Red

Clear, highly-visible indicators which show whether or not a room, surface or piece of equipment requires cleaning. Eye catching and easy to read.

Developed in conjunction with Guy's & St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, Clinell Red Indicator Notes allow healthcare professionals to see at a glance if something needs to be cleaned. Helping you conform to UK Department of Health High Impact Interventions No. 8.

Product code: CCIN1000R

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How to use
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How to use
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How to mount on a wall: Peel off the backing sticker from the reverse of the pack.

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Select a clean, dry, accessible surface and firmly press the pack onto it for 10 seconds.

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How to use: Clearly write the date and time in the areas provided. Peel the completed note off.

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Firmly press the top of the note to the object or equipment. Ensure the note is displayed prominently in an easily visible place.

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