We waited 18 long months to finally attend a Toolfair again, and what an extraordinary come-back it proved to be.
What is Toolfair?
Toolfair is a unique and dynamic regional show where trade users of tools come to see new products and ranges first-hand. It offers exhibitors an unrivalled opportunity to meet new customers face-to-face and demonstrate the benefits of their products in an exciting hands-on environment. The visitor base of Toolfair mirrors the readership of Professional Builder magazine. It is comprised of actively working builders and allied tradesmen, keen to find out all about new products on the market. Above all, they depend on quality tools to enhance the efficiency of their work.
Big Wipes look after your hands
One such quality tool is Big Wipes cleaning wipes. Even though hands are a tradesperson’s most valuable tools, thousands spend days with their hands caked in dirt or harsh substances. Tradespeople therefore need easy access to the best, high-quality hand cleaners. Big Wipes are the answer. Easily stored in a toolbag or toolbox, Big Wipes are highly portable and thus perfect for on-site locations where water isn’t available. The power cleansers in the formula ensure that Big Wipes can remove dirt and construction materials from hands, tools and surfaces swiftly and more thoroughly than any other cleaner.
In with the new Toolfair – but not out with the old
We demonstrated the amazing cleaning ability of Big Wipes at both Toolfair Coventry (September) and in Wales (October). The ICC in Newport played host to the exhibition for the very first time. They really pulled out all the stops to make visitors and exhibitors feel welcome. The Coventry show, on the other hand, is an old stalwart. It is always popular due to its great central location at the Coventry Building Society Arena (previously Ricoh Arena).
Thank you to everyone who made the effort to come and see us. It was wonderful to connect and reconnect with old and new customers. Dare we say that it feels like the trade world is returning back to normal?