The Revolutionary Unger Stingray Indoor Cleaning System

Unger StingrayRecent research indicates that when cleaning indoor windows, cleaning professionals face two key challenges – efficiency and safety. Current traditional tools and methods lead to time consuming issues, such as re-arranging of furniture and electrical equipment for safe access and reaching high or unusually positioned windows.

Finding solutions to these issues results in more wasted time and increases risks associated with the use of ladders and access equipment. Moreover, the need for intensive training of the least experienced staff creates additional problems.

Introducing the revolutionary UNGER Stingray, the most efficient indoor cleaning tool ever! It cleans windows up to 25% faster and uses up to 39% less chemicals than traditional methods. Inspired by the power and glide of its namesake, the UNGER Stingray utilised several patent pending features to overcome the challenges associated with indoor window cleaning and delivers outstanding cleaning results.


From its modular pole system – that allows the cleaner to easily overcome obstacles, to the ideal head design – which ensures the cleaning solution is always in the right spot and uses a triangular shape to maximize the surface area coverage while cleaning edges and corners, UNGER Stingray isthe ready-to-run solution to your indoor window cleaning needs.

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Futures Supplies Support The Fight Against Dementia

ALzheimers SocietyFutures Supplies is delighted to sponsor ‘Forget Me Not Coffee Mornings’ throughout 2016 as part of its corporate social responsibility programme.

forgetmenotcoffeemorningSome 500,000 people in the UK have dementia and by 2020 it is expected this will rise to as many as 1 million people. Raising awareness to ensure people with dementia feel included and valued in society is crucial, especially at a local level.

The aim of ‘Forget Me Not Coffee Mornings’ is to bring the local community together to support those who suffer with dementia, along with their family and carers.

The coffee mornings help provide information and support and provide an opportunity for sharing experiences along with practical advice and we are delighted to support such a worthy cause.

You can find out more about the coffee mornings and the Alzheimer’s Society here