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Kimberly Clark 6876 Hostess Tela Fold Hand Towels

Kimberly Clark 6876 Hostess Tela Fold Hand Towels

Kimberly-Clark

Telafold Hand Towels that are self-presenting, dispensed open and ready to use, so you can dry your hands quickly and effectively, with a break every seven sheets to stop streaming, helping to reduce costs and waste. Ideal for: busy washrooms, for example in schools and other public facilities where economy is important; keeping costs down, with good value per sheet, in high traffic areas; caring for the environment (carries the EU Ecolabel). Available as: small, blue 1-ply hand towels.

Code: 6876

Kimberly-Clark

£21.79 Pack of 12 (ex. VAT)

£26.15 inc. VAT
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£21.09 10+ (save £7.00+)
Size Small, Colour Blue
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Kimberly Clark 6876 Hostess Tela Fold Hand Towels

Telafold Hand Towels that are self-presenting, dispensed open and ready to use, so you can dry your hands quickly and effectively, with a break every seven sheets to stop streaming, helping to reduce costs and waste. Ideal for: busy washrooms, for example in schools and other public facilities where economy is important; keeping costs down, with good value per sheet, in high traffic areas; caring for the environment (carries the EU Ecolabel). Available as: small, blue 1-ply hand towels.

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Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 6876

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