Professional Disposables International has enhanced its Sani-Cloth Brand Germicidal Disposable Wipes by changing packaging materials used while giving the products a new look.
The company has also re-engineered the wipe material for Super Sani-Cloth now with a distinctive hexagonal-embossed material that contains 40% more wood-based fibers for a greater cloth-like feel and user experience. The new material is 20% thicker than the former diamond-embossed material, and is absorbent with better fluid capacity.
“PDI is making this change to arm the infection prevention community with a durable but practical substrate material with a low overall two-minute contact time with 26 kill claims,” PDI Senior Director of Marketing Aime Lenz said. “Our company constantly aims to identify state-of-the-art materials and technology and incorporate them into our designs to create innovative products.”
In terms of the look of the products, the new packaging contains less ink and the translucent purple lid contains less pigment. The canisters and lids continue to be recyclable.
The extra large canister contains a longer sheet size of 7.5” x 15” while retaining the same square inches per sheet. All reorder numbers remain the same.
For more information, visit www.pdipdi.com.
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