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Sanondaf TV Ad’s Running Throughout August!

Sanondaf has been working extremely hard to get our name out there, and throughout the month of August, we’re going to be running our very own advertising campaign that you’ll need to look out for in-between your favourite programmes. Whether you secretly love a bit of Judge Rinder or are sitting down to watching the evening news with your dinner, there’s a time slot for everyone to be able to check out our exciting new ads!

The ads will all be featured on STV between Wednesday 10th August and Monday 22nd August, with a total of 9 ads running throughout the month. If you want to schedule a viewing spot into your diary, you’ll need to be watching the programmes Secret Dealers, Judge Rinder, Loose Women, ITV Early Evening News, ITV Lunchtime News and This Morning.

Times are subject to change so be sure to keep an eye out while you’re watching all your favourite STV programmes!

In the meantime, however, why not familiarise yourself a little more with Sanondaf? We’re a touch-less disinfection service and our product kills 99.99% of all hazardous viruses, bacteria, fungi, or any other micro-organism. A whole range of industry sectors use our professional services to keep their working space safe and efficient. This includes assisted care facilities, catering, childcare, farming, schools and universities, veterinarians and office environments, amongst others. We also have a blog where you can keep up to date with all the latest Sanondaf news and global news about harmful bacteria and viruses that could directly affect you, your friends, and family.

Think you could use Sanondaf’s help? Then please don’t hesitate to get in touch and give us a call on 01236 702 028, or email info@sanondaf.co.uk to see how we can completely clean and disinfect your working and living spaces.

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