AirPure 2in1 disinfectant spray

AirPure, a cleaning and home fragrance company, has released a  home sanitiser designed to assist people with varying ranges of mobility with an “innovative” push spray feature, potentially offering a good addition to mobility retailers’ product offering when customers make other independent living purchases.

Created with the aim to make cleaning products and disinfectants more accessible to everybody, the 2in1 Press Fresh Air Freshener & Sanitiser is available in three fragrances (Citrus Zing, Linen Room and Sparkling Berry), with an RRP of £1.49, and is proven to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria and viruses, AirPure states.

Some current disinfectant products on the market are not accessible for people with reduced mobility, according to AirPure. Its research found that people with mobility difficulties struggle with large and heavy disinfectant sprays, which can be difficult for people with limited dexterity to use.

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To solve this issue, AirPure says that its new air freshener and hand sanitiser solution is easier for people with limited dexterity to use compared to a push-down nozzle or trigger spray.

Customers with varying levels of mobility can use the “uniquely designed” spray lever to use and safely disinfect surfaces, protecting themselves and their loved ones while freshening their homes.

Robert Keeling, Managing Director at AirPure, said: “Everyone needs to be protected in their homes, and now more than ever, disinfectant products need to be accessible for all.

“We have seen a growing demand for people with mobility restrictions asking to be catered for with their cleaning routines and our 2in1 Press Fresh Air Freshener and Sanitiser gives the user the chance to spray their surfaces, door handles, bins, bathrooms and more with a product that will kill 99.9% of bacteria in their homes.

“We’re excited to say that the initial response to the product design has been extremely positive.”

At a time when sanitisation and regularly cleaning items and surfaces is vital to reduce the spread of COVID-19, it is important that disinfectants and hygienic cleaning products are accessible for all to use, according to the company.

Putting vulnerable customers’ health and safety first is also important, as a recent survey by Euan’s Guide revealed that approximately 75 per cent of those surveyed are concerned about places and spaces where people are not respecting social distancing.

Retailers considering adding small and inclusive sanitisation products as an add-on item to their product portfolio could be a useful way to help those with limited dexterity feel safer while shopping in store, and when they return home.

AirPure says that it is planning to launch more products to assist those with restricted hand movements.

In 2020, AirPure won the Queen’s Award for International Trade. With ‘inspiring’ products such as the 2in1 Press Fresh Air Freshener & Sanitiser and several more in the pipeline, the company aspires to win further accreditations for their product development in the future.

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