Surekleen Sure Active Food Preparation Sanitiser RTU

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  • Regular price $43.31


NAATJ NIDJA (WHAT IS IT?)

  • Quarternary Ammonium Base Sanitiser
  • Use in all surfaces, accomodation and food preparation areas
  • Spray on surface


Sure Active is a powful sanitiser containing Quaternary Ammonium Compound, a substance used to kill bacteria and some coronoviruses (but not specifically tested yet against COVID19). Used to sanitise all surfaces including food preparation areas.

 

NAADJIL NIDJA (WHY CHOOSE THIS PRODUCT?)

Surekleen Products are owned and manufactured by Woollahra, a proudly Indigenous Owned Company that produces the highest quality chemicals locally from the traditional lands of the Noongar Whadjuk Boodjar in Malaga, Perth, Western Australia.

Surekleen's purpose is to create the highest quality, sustainable chemical products to fulfil our mission of Caring for Country. Not only are Surekleen Products made from environmentally friendly formulas (wherever possible) but we also get the most out of our packaging via our Reuse, Reduce, Recycle Program.



Did you receive a container that looks like its been used before?

That's because at Surekleen we collect as many of our used chemical containers as possible and return them to our manufacturing facility where they are thoroughly cleaned, refilled and redeployed to ensure that we minimise the ammount of plastic waste that ends up in landfill on country each year.

Did you know?

Every sale through Woollahra has a direct, positive impact on Indigenous Communities all over Australia! That's because, we share a % of our revenue with Traditional Land Owners and Indigenous Foundations on every single carton of product that you purchase. This revenue is used to fund Community Initiatives, Indigenous Health, Education, Employment and Building New Business Capacity within Remote Regional Communities.

At Woollahra, we are truly Caring for Community & Country

Woollahra would like to acknowledge that our business is being managed on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation, and pay our respect to Elders both past, present and emerging.