TotalSTOP Showcases Revolutionary New Packaging
SurfaceScience Now Offers TotalSTOP Tick Repellent Wipes in Breakthrough Revolutionary Foil Packaging to Canada
TotalSTOP™ sets the bar high with its safe and effective formula that keeps ticks away while still being safe for the whole family. The company delivers the new wipes in cutting-edge, recyclable, waterproof foil packets.
London, Ontario - SurfaceScience Inc. introduces TotalSTOP Insect Repellent Wipes in innovative, eco-friendly, recyclable foil packaging.
The way a company packages a product says a lot about how they feel about the environment. For SurfaceScience, ecological issues are a top concern, and they recently announced its new TotalSTOP tick-repellent wipes. The wipes are packed in a special foil packet that is waterproof, 100% recyclable and are backed by an official five-year stay-fresh guarantee, supporting it’s “most durable on the market” claim.
“Our new, revolutionary foil packet is the best available in Canada,” commented a spokesperson from SurfaceScience. “To complement TotalSTOP’s gentle formula, it was necessary to insist on the highest standards possible with our packaging. We even use water-soluble ink to minimize the environmental impact.”
The company shared that the packaging is manufactured in a 100% green energy facility that conforms to the Environmental Management System Standard ISO 14001:2015 and the Global Standard for Packaging Materials. The packets also meet BRCGS 1602035 (food-grade manufacturing practice), EU Directive no. 94/62/EC of 20.12.1994 article 11, regarding Heavy Metals, and EU Directive no. 1907/2006/EC, which focuses on REACH.
The TotalSTOP wipes are DEET-free, quickly making them a popular choice with families. The company sales continue to build momentum as the brand is well positioned to dominate the Canadian market, where they have no peers in quality.
“I have seen specials on television about how dangerous DEET can be. We wanted a tick wipe that was safe but still worked, and TotalSTOP met my expectations.”
- Rhonda H., from Toronto
For more information, visit www.totalstop.ca.