Think Clean This Month Posted on 16 September 2010 | Tags: News, Tips September is the month for cleaning your office environment. AF International, specialist suppliers of ICT and office cleaning products, warns that our keyboards and other equipment can contain harmful bacteria and provide the perfect breeding ground. Karen Harrison, Marketing Manager "Last year's Swine Flu and the publicity surrounding it made more people aware of the necessity to keep surfaces clean and free from bacteria. With threats of further epidemics once again the importance has been brought to light. The majority of the AF range have been independently tested and have been proven to kill a variety of yeasts, moulds and bacteria; they have been manufactured specifically for the equipment around the workplace or home office." AF's germ-killing products are essential in any office environment but particularly where hotdesking or equipment sharing is the norm and bacteria can be passed around staff more easily. We spend about half of our waking hours at work even eating at our desks, so your humble keyboard, phone and desktop is a breeding ground for harmful micro-organisms. Jennifer Torrance, UK Account Manager "For dealers and IT resellers our range make the perfect 'add on' product to any order they receive, especially this time of year where the weather is changing, schools go back after the summer break and news of further swine flu type illnesses that could be hitting the UK." AF's extensive range of cleaning products for offices, home workstations and mobile workers includes Screen-Clene, Phone-Clene, a range of hard surface cleaners and keyboard sprays and wipes. Related News Posts AF International's – Using Cardclene can stop customer frustration New for 2016 from AF – the improved Sprayduster Zero™ and mobile technology cleaning products AF’s Sprayduster ZeroTM and Mobile ‘Tech’ Cleaning Products Prove a Success at Paperworld AF International Reveals Survey Results - iPhone Cleaning Make sure the only thing you catch, is the cleaning bug... AF announces new test results!