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Cleanline Sanitising Wipe 1000 WIpes

Cleanline Sanitising Wipe 1000 WIpes

Cleanline

A fast-acting cleaning and disinfecting wet wipe that is effective against a range of micro-organisms such as bacteria and yeast and is suitable for use on hard surfaces within food preparation and handling areas.

Code: 497813000


Cleanline

£12.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£15.59 inc. VAT
Size 1000 Wipes
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Cleanline Sanitising Wipe 1000 WIpes

Cleanline Sanitising Wipes are a fast-acting cleaning and disinfectant wipe effective against a range of micro-organisms such as bacteria and yeast. Suitable for use on hard surfaces within food preparation and handling areas. Will clean and disinfect without using Quats, PHMB or alcohol. Independently tested to a range of European standards according to EN 14885:2015. HFA approved.
  • Designed to meet the latest regulatory requirements for Maximum Residual Levels (MRLs) for surface disinfectants in food preparation and handling environments.
  • Will clean and disinfect surfaces without using quats, PHMB or alcohol.
  • Proven to kill micro organisms such as bacteria & yeasts.
  • HFA approved.
  • Independently tested to a range of European standards according to EN14885:2015.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Cleanline
Manufacturer Code Cl4029

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