Sick of the referendum? Or is it norovirus again?

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There’s no getting rid of norovirus unless you’re really, really sure everywhere is clean

Not nice, either of them – referendum or norovirus.

Making them go away is not easy either. Though norovirus DOES do that by itself after a few days.

As long as it’s prevented from coming back again.

A pernicious one, norovirus. Unless we’re careful, it keeps coming back and back and back.

Except luckily, we know why – and we CAN stop it.

Yes, it does mean lots of cleaning. Thoroughly disinfecting everywhere in sight.

OK is not OK, it has to be perfect

Everywhere that’s not in sight too. This is a bug that spreads everywhere and it doesn’t pay to take chances. Explosive vomiting and diarrhoea are its two nasty ways of getting itself everywhere – fiendishly persistent, just like the referendum.

So it gets in every corner and crevice, seeps through drapes and underlay – and worst of all, takes to the air. Don’t forget that smell too, is airborne, so there’s no mistaking its presence.

But norovirus doesn’t stop there.

In the air and everywhere

As other tiny particles that have no smell, no more than 2 microns across – it rides, microscopically tiny – on the smallest of wafts and breezes to spread even further.

Which means, like a referendum canvasser, that it’s not got rid of so easily. Ordinary wipe-clean methods just aren’t good enough – and even strong bleach is not effective unless it’s in constant contact for ten minutes or more.

Any effective clean-up therefore has to include the air –  as well as getting into every remote seam and crack – and reaching every surface, underneath as well as on top, behind too. Not something that’s possible with a mop and bucket.

Safe, sterile and secure

Easily do-able though, with a Hypersteriliser.

At the touch of a button, this wheelie-bin-sized mobile console generates a super-fine mist of electrostatically-charged hydrogen peroxide that actively reaches through the air to grab viruses and bacteria on the fly, oxidising them to nothing.

Forty minutes later, the room is sterilised – while any referendum canvasser is still banging away on the doorstep. No more norovirus, no more anything, the place is safe from all germs – and so is everybody who ventures in there.

Not a sexy subject, but who wants to feel ill and throw up all the time?

Which is why the Hypersteriliser can win any referendum.

Keeping safe from the cramps, upchucks and runs gets everybody’s vote, every time.

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