It looks like you are selling a common type product for industrial (large scale) use. Have you analyzed the competition to determine how your pricing compares to competing products? This could be a factor in why your product is not getting any traction in the marketplace. This is the first place to look if your product is not selling. Is your product priced competitively: Yes or No?
If your product is priced to compete, then you should look at how the product is presented to the potential clients. For example, is it easy for me to determine that your detergents and disinfectants are superior, better at getting the job done compared to the competition? What is your messaging and packaging like – can the client rapidly understand the key benefits of using your product. People must get it quickly when they see and evaluate your product.
Your messaging, packaging and branding must be exceptionally good. You may want to test out different packaging and messaging in different target markets to see what works best. It also helps to offer options and choices that the competition does not offer. For example, you offer larger and smaller sizes compared to what everyone else is offering. You need to experiment with new ways of selling your products. However, I would start with pricing since this is often the main factor behind why customers are buying someone else’s product.