Welcome to FreshCUP
We invite you to try FreshCUP today for a free 2 week evaluation. The video on the right will show you the advantages of our product.
What is a common response when asked who sanitizes the office cups and dishes in most offices?
“…my cleaner does the dishes. Isn't that safe?”
The other response is a rotation system between co-workers.
Regardless of who is delegated, some other questions should be considered, such as:
- How clean is the dishrag that is used?
- Is it replaced with each wash?
- Does it usually sit around for days collecting germs and occasionally used for a quick wipe up of a spill on the counter or floor?
- Did the cleaner use a different pair of rubber gloves to wash the dishes after cleaning the bathrooms?
- Did they use a sanitizer?
Besides questioning the thoroughness or effectiveness of the dishwashing, there is another line of reasoning – COST.
Is paying a cleaner $15.00 an hour or more to wash a few cups and plates the best use of the company’s finances? Or worse yet, the cost of having an employee do it? Not to mention the cost of employees missing work as a result of illness due to improper sanitizing.
Why would you go through this cost, hassle, worry and aggravation when there is a product like the FreshCUP system?
Do you want a fresh cup to drink out of?
We invite you to try FreshCUP today for a free 2 week evaluation.
- It’s fast – 30 seconds to clean and sanitize 2 cups.
- It’s effective – killing Flu virus and 99.9% of all bacteria like E.coli, and samonela.
- It’s cheap – less than a cleaner, employee or the cost of disposable cups.
- Most importantly, it’s environmentally friendly.
- Uses biodegradable detergent.
- No more disposable cups needed.
Hundreds of customers like Microsoft, Entrust, Met Life, and Nokia have experienced and love the FreshCUP system. Who doesn't want to have a fresh cup? Hear the reviews that the media authorities like the Toronto Star, CJOH, and Canada AM have given us. The FreshCUP system is the easiest, safest, cleanest and most economical way to solve the age old question of “Who will clean up the office cups?”.