FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nation’s Leading On-Site Repair and Restoration Franchise Uses hospital grade disinfectant cleaner
(MOKENA, IL. ) — Creative Colors International, the nation’s leading on-site repair and restoration franchise, announced it is using a Sanitizer and Disinfectant with approved EPA chemicals that can kill germs, viruses, bacteria, mold and mildew. In addition, CCI is also cleaning the vehicles interior with an antimicrobial product first before applying the Sanitizer and Disinfectant, thus giving vehicle interiors a one, two cleaning punch making it CCI Certified Clean.
CCI Sanitizer & Disinfectant is approved to be used to safely sanitize against COVID-19. Creative Colors International technicians are taking precautions to clean and disinfect the surfaces of items they are repairing or restoring for their customers. The solution is biodegradable, fragrance free and hypoallergenic and eliminates odors from organics, inorganics and pathogens.
The CCI Sanitizer & Disinfectant is a one-step hospital grade disinfectant that can be sprayed or wiped onto a surface. Technicians apply the product to a surface and allow it to remain wet for at least one minute before it dries by air. Wiping the surface after application is not required. The CCI Sanitizer & Disinfectant can be used anywhere pathogens may be present on a surface in a home, office or vehicle, and requires no special equipment for handling or during application.
Creative Colors International is a unique mobile repair and restoration franchise business specializing in the repair, restoration, cleaning, protection, and dyeing of leather, vinyl, fabric, plastic, and carpeting in the automotive, furniture, commercial, and residential markets. The introduction of the CCI Sanitizer and Disinfectant will become part of the standard process of CCI’s proven system from this day forward.
“Creative Colors International is extremely pleased to be able to offer EPA registered products to help kill germs and viruses and protect the health and safety of our technicians and customers,” said Mark J. Bollman, President of Creative Colors International. “CCI Sanitizer & Disinfectant is easy to use and offers similar effectiveness as some of the top household cleaning products while also being safe to apply on leather, vinyl and plastic areas without damaging the surface. It is a vital need for the important precautions we are taking during this uncertain time.”
Creative Colors International will offer this value-added service to its wide variety of customers, which includes homeowners, car dealers, body shops, rental cars, restaurants, medical facilities and fitness centers.
For more information on Creative Colors International repair and restoration services, please visit https://www.wecanfixthat.com/.
Service Offerings vary by market and not all locations may be offering the Sanitizing & Disinfectant services yet. Check with your local CCI location for further information and details.
About Creative Colors International:
Launched in 1991, the Creative Colors International (CCI) franchise system was created through its affiliate, J&J’s Creative Colors, the original industry leader in refurbishment techniques and systems. Today, both companies continue to be family-owned and operated by the second generation. Catering to the abundance of upholstered items in every home, business, and vehicle, CCI is the ultimate in on-site repair, restoration, cleaning, protection, and dyeing of leather, vinyl, plastic and fabric. Through proprietary technology, CCI restores damaged material at a fraction of replacement costs, saving customers up to 90 percent. CCI repairs are stronger than the original area and are nearly invisible to the naked eye. In the Automotive, Furniture and Commercial Markets, CCI offers on-site repair and restoration to all types of leather, vinyl, fabric, plastic and carpeting by repairing and re-dyeing holes, cuts, tears, burns, scrapes, fading and discoloration. For more information on CCI’s services and franchise opportunities, visit https://www.wecanfixthat.com/.
Kevin Behan Terri Sniegolski