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Heavy Duty Industrial Wiper

Heavy Duty Industrial Wiper

Dirteeze

Premium quality MAX110 110gsm non woven wiper. Ultra high water and oil absorbency. Ultra high tensile and abrasion resistance. Biodegradable. Re-usable properties. Leaves no lint after wiping. Rugged surface wiping including metal shavings. Working with solvents. Where higher wet strength is required. Engineering workshops, garages, manufacturing, mobile workers. Clean-up of heavier spills and liquids. 160 sheets per box.

Code: MAX110B160

Dirteeze

£23.99 Box (ex. VAT)

£28.79 inc. VAT
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Heavy Duty Industrial Wiper

Premium quality MAX110 110gsm non woven wiper. Ultra high water and oil absorbency. Ultra high tensile and abrasion resistance. Biodegradable. Re-usable properties. Leaves no lint after wiping. Rugged surface wiping including metal shavings. Working with solvents. Where higher wet strength is required. Engineering workshops, garages, manufacturing, mobile workers. Clean-up of heavier spills and liquids. 160 sheets per box.

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Manufacturer Dirteeze
Manufacturer Code MAX110B160

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