Our product is extremely convenient and portable, which helps make cleaning nearly any surface much easier
Green Bay, WI (Vocus) September 10, 2009
Move aside pail of dirty water and cloth rags. Step aside ungainly spray bottles and paper towel rolls. You've been replaced! Green Bay Converting, Inc. has developed an all-in-one, cleaning tool called Spray and Dry™. The new product is designed to better sanitize surfaces, conserve space and be more convenient compared to a bucket and a rag or an individual spray bottle and towel rolls.
Spray and Dry™ combines 26 ounces of cleaning liquid with a protective dispenser for disposable toweling in one easy-to-use, lightweight package. Spray and Dry™ comes standard with a roll of 85 sheets of strong, absorbent 100% recycled 2-ply white towel with the option to purchase rolls containing 140 sheets of medium to heavy-duty wiper-style paper or 400 sheets of an economical brown wet crepe style towel. When it's time to replace the towel roll, with one quarter turn of the top, consumers can remove and reinstall paper into the canister with a total time requirement of 15 seconds. Spray and Dry™ is perfect for all types of cleaning, sanitizing and polishing and comes in a variety of colors, red, blue, yellow, white and even a clear version which features a clear fluid reservoir.
"Our product is extremely convenient and portable, which helps make cleaning nearly any surface much easier," said Lee Luft, vice president of sales and operations for Green Bay, Converting, Inc. "But the biggest advantages of this system are the sanitation and convenience components. Think about it. When someone uses the same cloth rag over and over to clean a surface, without it being laundered in between, how clean is it really getting? It's not very sanitary, yet we see that all the time in restaurants and other locations. With this system, you pull out one sheet, spray and clean, with a single small sheet. It's more sanitary and you cut down on paper waste with the single sheet approach."
How many times have you seen one of the restaurant crew or a maintenance person approach a clean-up with a spray bottle in one hand and a roll of paper toweling in the other hand and no place to set the paper towel roll except on the surface to be cleaned or the floor?
Because the paper rolls are protected in the Spray and Dry ™ paper canister, the rolls stay clean and dry and waste is further reduced. Special grippers inside the canister are designed to hold the toweling so it doesn't dispense multiple sheets all at once, as is often the case when using an open roll of paper toweling. Paper towel rolls do not fall on the floor further reducing waste.
The ultra-sturdy, US-made Spray and Dry™ unit was designed to accept a great deal of everyday use and abuse while it helps to protect both the cleaning solution and paper toweling from dirt, moisture and spills. "Also, consumers can feel good about using this product, knowing that the 2-ply white towels and the brown paper towels are made from 100% recycled fiber and that the surfaces to be cleaned really are being thoroughly cleaned," said Luft. Also, the use of disposable spray bottles that are difficult to recycle is eliminated.
"It's a brand new product, but already many people are finding that the cleaning possibilities are endless with Spray and Dry™," says Luft. "A major electronics retailer is already using it to keep the products they have on display properly cleaned and sanitized. In addition, we've had very considerable interest from schools, grocery retailers and restaurant chains."
Replacement rolls of the specially sized paper toweling are available through the distributers that market Spray and Dry™. Custom colors are available with a minimum order of 100 units. "We purposely left the canister free of any words or logos so companies can customize it with their name and logo, however, customized chemically resistant, self-adhesive labels are available to help users identify the cleaning solutions being used in the Spray and Dry™ and/or to identify for what cleaning requirement the units are to be used," said Luft. For more information or to order Spray and Dry™, please visit http://www.gbconvert.com or call 1-877-522-9500.
Green Bay Converting, Inc. is headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin and produces a wide variety of nationally recognized brand names. Its products include single roll bath tissue, jumbo roll bath tissue, center pull towels, hand wound towels, single fold towels, multi-fold towels and many types of food service and utility wipers. Founded in 1999, Green Bay Converting, Inc. now employs over three-hundred team members working around the clock with the youngest "fleet" of tissue converting equipment in North America. More information about Green Bay Converting, Inc. is available at http://www.gbconvert.com .
Leonard & Finco Public Relations