Diamondbrite donate Hand Sanitiser to the NHS and key workers
Diamondbrite, purveyors of the industry-renowned paint and fabric protection systems and a huge range of automotive, motorcycle and leisure vehicle aftercare products have responded to the Covid-19 crisis by switching half of its production capability to manufacturing its new Hand Sanitiser, Surface Sanitiser, Velvet Soap and Carbon Class Antibacterial Cleaner products.
As well as offering the four new products for sale, Diamondbrite have been sure to donate a quantity of Hand Sanitiser and Surface Sanitiser to the NHS including the Children’s Ward at Gloucester Royal Hospital as well as supplying Chelston Hall Surgery in Torquay, the South Leicestershire Medical Centre and Herts Health GP Federation in Potters Bar to name a few. Also taking products were the MOD’s Defence Training Academy in Swindon, RAF Wyton near Huntington and the Skegness Goldwing Riders, a motorcycle club that has come together to courier much needed PPE to hospitals and care homes within Lincolnshire.
Lance Boseley, Diamondbrite Marketing Director, said;
‘We saw an issue with the availability of hand sanitiser at the very start, and as a chemical manufacturer, knew we could help. Since then we have shifted 50% of our production over to these new products and have been able to supply the MOD, doctors surgeries and nurses at local hospitals as a result.’
Paula Coulter, Gloucester Royal Hospital Paediatrics, said;
‘Thank you so much for the alcohol gel. It will be put to very good use on our ward.’
All four products are now available on the Diamondbrite web shop; Hand Sanitiser (70% alcohol) at £3.80 – 100ml, Surface Sanitiser at £5.80 – 500ml and £21.87 – 5 litres, Velvet Hand Soap at £17.95 – 5 litres) and Carbon Class Antibacterial Interior Cleaner at £7.95 – 250ml – with free UK delivery on orders over £20.