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Kimberly Clark 7202 Wypall L20 Large Roll

Kimberly Clark 7202 Wypall L20 Large Roll

Kimberly-Clark

A limited life wiper using AIRFLEX* base sheet technology, layered fabric that’s strong, thick and highly absorbent so it cleans up fast without falling apart, does the job with fewer wipers and helps reduce costs. Ideal for: light, precise wiping-up of spills, grime, dust; polishing glass and smooth surfaces; cleaning and drying tools and hands; finally assembly wiping; wiping food preparation areas. Available as: a large, perforated roll for use in busy areas. Can be used with a range of mobile or mounted dispensing systems to help control use and reduce wastage.

Code: 7202

Kimberly-Clark

£12.35 Each (ex. VAT)

£14.82 inc. VAT
Size Large, Colour White
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Kimberly Clark 7202 Wypall L20 Large Roll

A limited life wiper using AIRFLEX* base sheet technology, layered fabric that’s strong, thick and highly absorbent so it cleans up fast without falling apart, does the job with fewer wipers and helps reduce costs. Ideal for: light, precise wiping-up of spills, grime, dust; polishing glass and smooth surfaces; cleaning and drying tools and hands; finally assembly wiping; wiping food preparation areas. Available as: a large, perforated roll for use in busy areas. Can be used with a range of mobile or mounted dispensing systems to help control use and reduce wastage.

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Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 7202

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