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Kimberly Clark 8501 Scott Performance Toilet Tissue Rolls

Kimberly Clark 8501 Scott Performance Toilet Tissue Rolls

Kimberly-Clark

Jumbo Roll Toilet Tissue helps to reduce maintenance and control costs and waste; breaks down in cold water so it won’t block drains, and is manufactured in mills which are all ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 accredited, your guarantee of responsible manufacturing and quality. 6 Rolls per pack. 400 sheets per roll.

Code: 8501

Kimberly-Clark

£37.79 Pack of 6 (ex. VAT)

£45.35 inc. VAT
Quantity discounts
£36.59 10+ (save £12.00+)
Size 400M, Colour White
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Kimberly Clark 8501 Scott Performance Toilet Tissue Rolls

Jumbo Roll Toilet Tissue helps to reduce maintenance and control costs and waste; breaks down in cold water so it won’t block drains, and is manufactured in mills which are all ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 accredited, your guarantee of responsible manufacturing and quality. Ideal for: busy washrooms, especially where economy is important; using with the wall-mounted AQUARIUS* Toilet Tissue Dispenser; keeping costs and waste down in areas of heavy use, with lower costs per sheet; caring for the environment (carries the EU Ecolabel). Available as: fresh white, perforated, 2-ply tissue on jumbo 400m rolls with a 78mm core, and made from FSC-certified paper (100% recycled). 6 Rolls per pack. 400 sheets per roll.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 8501040

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