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Multi-Purpose Anti-Bacterial Wipes Flowpack

Multi-Purpose Anti-Bacterial Wipes Flowpack

Dirteeze

Highly portable soft pack with snap-pack lid closure. Dirteeze HMAX hydrophilised inherently anti-bacterial wipe material with superior strength. Lotion made in the UK and registered with Irish Biocidal Products Regulations (BPR) - Fragrance Free, Bleach Free, Alcohol Free, Cruelty Free, PH Neutral, Skin Friendly, Safe and Kind to the Environment. *Wet wipes tested by UKAS lab and approved to BSEN1276, BSEN1650, BSEN13697 (*not just the lotion as with many competitor products). Protects against E Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, MRSA. 200 wipes per pack.

Code: HMAXF200

Dirteeze

£3.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£4.79 inc. VAT
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Multi-Purpose Anti-Bacterial Wipes Flowpack

Highly portable soft pack with snap-pack lid closure. Dirteeze HMAX hydrophilised inherently anti-bacterial wipe material with superior strength. Lotion made in the UK and registered with Irish Biocidal Products Regulations (BPR) - Fragrance Free, Bleach Free, Alcohol Free, Cruelty Free, PH Neutral, Skin Friendly, Safe and Kind to the Environment. *Wet wipes tested by UKAS lab and approved to BSEN1276, BSEN1650, BSEN13697 (*not just the lotion as with many competitor products). Protects against E Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, MRSA. 200 wipes per pack.

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Manufacturer Dirteeze
Manufacturer Code HMAXF200

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