Elex Harrogate, Big Wipes Clean Up at June Trade Show

Something happened to us at the Toolfair Elex Harrogate trade show in June, that left even us a little surprised.  We were clean sold out of stock!  It was a clear case of demand outstripping supply, as punters were queuing up to get their (dirty) hands on our big deals.

Toolfair Elex Harrogate Big Wipes Stand

Big Wipes at Toolfair Elex Harrogate

One of our customers summed it up: “Big Wipes are just the best wipe on the market. They are tougher and thicker than any others I have tried.  Above all, they get rid of all the muck on my hands and tools.  I love them and stock up at every opportunity!”

A steady stream of tradespeople visited our stand to witness the amazing cleaning ability of Big Wipes.  The world’s No 1 industrial cleaning wipe, Big Wipes are the ultimate solution to shifting construction materials from hands, tools and surfaces.  Products such as paint, PU expanding foam, silicone sealants, epoxies, grease and oil pose no challenge for Big Wipes.

Toolfair Elex Harrogate Big Wipes Happy Customer

Big Wipes contain four powerful cleaning agents and four nourishing skin conditioners and are preservative-free.  This means that dermatologically tested Big Wipes eliminate grime and are kind to your hands.  It is therefore no wonder that Elex Harrogate customers couldn’t get enough!

Professional Electrician Magazine

Richard Bowler, Editor, Professional Electrician Magazine stated: “Elex Harrogate provided the perfect opportunity for contractors to discover the latest product innovations and get the lowdown on changes to regulations. With experts on hand from across the industry, you could really get to grips with how things work and the benefits they’ll deliver to your business.  In addition, if you liked what you see, you could buy most products at the show…usually at discounted rates.”

Toolfair Elex Harrogate Big Wipes Luke

Richard added: “In one hit, you could resolve your problems and take a look at the latest innovations.  Moreover, the show organisers lay on a free bacon roll, along with a free T-shirt.  In other words, you left the show fed and watered, clothed and equipped, raring to take on your next installation.”