Toolfair Manchester united during difficult times

As a Toolfair regular, Big Wipes did not fail to attend Toolfair Manchester in 2020.  Aimed specifically at working tradesmen, the Toolfair Tradeshows take place six times a year across the country.  This gives everyone a chance to try out all the latest tools and get some great show deals on top brands.

Toolfair Manchester Stand

The Big Wipes stand

Even though the coronavirus kept a few visitors away, we still saw many regulars stocking up on their Big Wipes.  We even met a couple of guys who had never heard of Big Wipes before.  However, after they watched a demonstration by our dream team and seeing how much gunk Big Wipes remove from hands, tools and surface, they were enthusiastic converts.

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The Big Wipes range is unique in its ability to remove a vast variety of modern construction and maintenance products.   Big Wipes get rid of PU foam, silicone, acrylic sealants, epoxy fillers,  paints, adhesives, grease, oil and so much more.

Other reasons to visit Toolfair Manchester

There was plenty at Toolfair Manchester to make the visit to the show worthwhile.  If stopping by the Big Wipes stand was not enough to whet your appetite, a free bacon roll and a PHPI T-shirt were also on offer.  Furthermore, a number of regular exhibitors showcased tools created specifically for plumbers and heating engineers.

Toolfair Manchester Team

Visitors also find a selection of heating controls and ventilation products on display at each of the events.  As Toolfair takes place across the country, you won’t have to take too much time off the tools.  Similarly, you will hopefully not need to travel hundreds of miles to get there.

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“Toolfair offers the perfect opportunity for plumbers and heating engineers to check out the latest innovations in hand & power tools.  They can also discover products designed specifically for our sector.  And don’t forget to pick up your free PHPI T-shirt and bacon roll too!”  Stuart Hamilton, Digital Editor, PHPI Magazine.