Computer Cleaning Products

Welcome to our 'Computer Cleaning Products' store, we are an official Durable partner and an authorised on-line Durable reseller dedicated to the supply of Durable computer cleaning products.

It's official!

Shocking new research has shown that British people are prone to dirty, unhygienic habits in the office and at home with basic hygiene a distant memory!

Read the facts below to see what disgusting habits we get up to - you might want to skip this if you're having lunch at your desk!

Did You Know?

  • Cleaning your desk and computer accessories regularly can reduce the bacteria count by up to 99.9%!
  • 60% of time off work illnesses are contracted from dirty equipment in the office. Ecoli, Staph and bacteria are the common germs in today's work places.
  • There are 400 times more bacteria on your office workstation than there are on a toilet seat!
  • 87% of office workers eat lunch at their desks.
  • A dirty screen can cause eye strain, headaches and nausea.
  • 22% of us do not wash our hands before preparing food at the office.
  • 'Hot Spots' for hundreds and thousands of bacteria are found on printer buttons which are touched by many different people each day.
  • 72% of us pick our nose at work - yuk!
  • 65% of office workers share PC's and telephones.
  • The key areas for germs to gather in workspaces are the telephone, desktop, keyboard and computer mouse.
  • 75% of us have dirty PC screens.
  • 25,127 germs per square inch are contaminated on a telephone, where as a toilet has 49 germs per square inch!

With 'sick-building syndrome' increasingly blamed as a cause of stress and other work-related health problems, clean offices are clearly crucial to keeping workers happy and healthy. So treat your desk to a wipe down Ė and donít forget the printer button. Remember itís the office germ hot spot. Lovely!

Click here to see the video following a day in the life of a pair of hands, witness how cleaning products significantly reduce the germ count!

"Lifting the lid on computer filth"

Office workers are exposed to more germs from their phones and keyboards than toilet seats, scientists reveal

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