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Cleanline Pine Disinfectant QAP30

Cleanline Pine Disinfectant QAP30

Cleanline

Cleanline Pine QAP 30 disinfectant is tested to BSEN1276, proven to kill 99.99% of germs and bacteria. General purpose for use on toilets, drains and sinks. A clear green liquid with sweet pine fragrance containing quaternary ammonium salts.

Code: 674581


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Cleanline Pine Disinfectant QAP30

Give your washroom, kitchen or bathroom the deep clean it deserves with Cleanline Pine Disinfectant. Tested to BSEN1276, this formula created by Cleanline has enough strength to kill 99.99% of germs and bacteria for an effective, hygienic cleanse. Ideal for use on toilets, drains and sinks to cut through the grease, dirt and limescale that builds up with regularly use, the Cleanline Disinfectant leaves behind a sweet and refreshing pine fragrance. This clear green liquid contains quaternary ammonium salts which go to work on grime within minutes making this a practical addition to any cleaning kit. Available in economy 5 litre sizes, the Cleanline Pine Disinfectant is safe and easy to store as well as transport thanks to its carry handle and recognisable packaging

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Manufacturer Cleanline
Manufacturer Code 800-126-4001

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