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Hotels and Resorts Around the Globe Use Self-Cleaning Tools to Boost Business

06/22/21 - UNITED STATES - Imagine how many guests touch the buttons on elevators, share pens at check in, touch the doors to public restrooms, and share facilities available to them while on vacation. Now imagine how much bacteria and germs are being transferred. Thanks to the technology of SafeHandles™ hotels and resorts now have self-cleaning surfaces through a slow- release silver technology.

A simple clear adhesive tape with self-cleaning properties is easily applied to the buttons of elevators – protecting the buttons for months at a time before needing to be replied. Yes, this power product maintains a clean surface even after the children hit every button at once.

Hotels have simply replaced the “clean cups” and “dirty cups” system with self-cleaning pens. The SafeHandles™ Self-Cleaning Pen has been used in reception areas around the world as it self cleans through a built-in-adhesive, providing long lasting residual cleanliness.

The general public has learned to wash their hands, maintain six feet of space, and wear a mask where required, but there are still areas that hotels and resorts can’t keep clean 24/7. SafeHandles™ has solved that problem.

Shared guest facilities such as pools, fitness centers, restaurants, and bars have eliminated the spread of germs by using self-cleaning products. PURE® Hard Surface, an EPA-registered disinfectant that kills the Human Coronavirus and eliminates 99.99% of bacteria, is sprayed throughout these areas, as well as clear adhesives that cover door handles, available in dozens of different sizes.

As more guests gain the confidence to travel and stay in hotels this summer, it’s partly due to the clean measures establishments have put into place to assure cleanliness and peace of mind. SafeHandles™, the leader in portable, passive self-cleaning technology, has boosted the hospitality industry by helping these establishments reduce germs and bacteria.