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Willpower Group introduces toilet seat sanitizer spray


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Willpower Group (Pvt.) Ltd, Sri Lanka’s leading and reliable supplier of sophisticated and high-quality industrial water treatment chemicals, preventive maintenance chemicals, food grade chemicals, inspection (NDT) chemicals, greases, lubricants and fast-moving consumer goods, recently launched its Willpower Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray to the Sri Lankan market. 

No more hassles of spraying the toilet (commode) seat and waiting for it to dry or carrying disposable toilet covers, as Willpower Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray eradicates germs and bacteria within seconds by evaporating quickly and sanitizes the toilet seat completely. 

Willpower Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray ensures a 99.99 percent protection from urinary tract infection (UTI), gastro entities, etc. SGS test result suggests that the product proves “effective” with a special sanitizing chemical content that can remove harmful germs and bacteria within seconds. The fresh rose fragrance removes unpleasant odours that are common in public washrooms. 

To ensure complete safety, spray Willpower Toilet Seat Sanitizer on the toilet (commode) seat before use. You can also spray on toilet taps, flush handles, door knobs, etc. Willpower Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray’s ‘target area directed nozzle design’ ensures there is no wastage of liquid. 
If you are a working lady or traveller, the value of the product will be triple as it’s available in Handbag Pack of 100ml pump spray bottle, a 500ml Home Pack and a 500ml Refillable Pack to make the usage more economical. 
Willpower Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray is now available at all supermarkets, groceries and pharmacies.  

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