Throughout the pandemic, we have worked with a plethora of companies whose key objectives have been to keep their employees, visitors and customers as safe as possible. Measures have included the creation of work team bubbles, separation screens, extensive use of sanitisers and social distancing.

These have contributed to reducing the person to person transmission within the work place. Not only have businesses reduced the personal routes of transfer, but they’ve also tackled the chain of transmission between hands and surfaces through the use of Liquid Guard® Antimicrobial surface coating.

Liquid Guard Antimicrobial coating works by actively neutralising microbes (viruses, bacteria and fungi) including the SARS CoV-2 virus along with other commonly found bacteria such as E.coli, MRSA, Streptococcus and Staphylococcus, amongst a very long list. This is achieved through the creation of a layer of positively charged microscopic nano-spikes, which attract negatively charged microbe cell membranes. The cells’ outer wall is the punctured, killing the cell and preventing it from replicating or being passed on via the surface through hand-surface-hand transfer. Thereby reducing the spread of infections between families, colleagues and the wider community.

Liquid Guard antimicrobial coatings’ mode of action and anti-pathogen effectiveness has been proven by independent laboratory testing, certificates are available online and upon request. On the strength of these verified credentials, Burnley FC decided to include Liquid Guard within their Covid countermeasures. To see how easily it was applied around their stadium and training facilities, visit