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Cleanline Catering Cleaner & Sanitiser RTU 750ML

Cleanline Catering Cleaner & Sanitiser RTU 750ML

Cleanline

An effective final rinse additive to assist the drying process in dishwash and glasswash machines to prevent spots and hazing.

Code: 451848


Cleanline

£1.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£2.39 inc. VAT
Size 750 ML
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Cleanline Catering Cleaner & Sanitiser RTU 750ML

Perfect for sanitising your kitchen or any food preparation surface, the Cleanline Food Safe Sanitiser is one of Cleanline’s best-selling products. Packaged in a clear Trigger Bottle with grip handle, this effective spray-on formula works to sanitise and degrease all food surfaces whether it be within a commercial or industrial kitchen as well as making any food preparation surfaces safe for use.

Protecting against infection and bugs by killing a range of pathogenic microorganisms including MRSA, E-Coli and Listeria, the Cleanline Sanitiser gives extra protection and reassurance against bacteria. Conforming to EN1276 and EN165, this odourless cleanser is easy to use and is available in 750ml sizes within a pack of six; ideal for all your needs.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Cleanline
Manufacturer Code CL1034

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