When buying industrial washing-up liquid is there a distinction between cheap and value-for-money detergents?
Everyone loves a bargain, especially in these cost-cutting times when budgets are continually under scrutiny. We all want more for less and in this price conscious environment it can be profitable for those that ply their business on selling cheap, cheap products.
But what should a buyer be aware of to ensure they are getting value-for-money and a product that when in use meets their expectations? Below is a technique used to present a cleaning product as being more than what it really is and probably for more than what it is really worth.
Not concentrated detergents but watered down prices
For example someone may offer an alternative to the Jangro Supreme Washing Up Liquid as being an equivalent ‘concentrated’ product at a fraction of the price. What the buyer may not be aware of is the fact some suppliers use salt to thicken a product so it appears to be more concentrated.
Salt does not contribute to the ‘active’ ingredients and can even leave a residue on some surfaces. In terms of value-for-money for a washing up liquid which has less than 4% active content (and, yes there are some on the market) is compared to the Jangro Supreme Washing-Up Liquid which contains 5 times this activity level but is certainly not 5 times the price. Then a truer reflection on price versus performance can be gleamed.
If you are looking to save money and yet deliver consistent, high standards of hygiene then we can make you look good. Contact us if you need help or advice with wholesale washing-up liquids, commercial kitchen cleaning chemicals or your wholesale kitchen hygiene supplies.