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6663 Scott Performance Hand Towels White (15 X 212 Sheets)

6663 Scott Performance Hand Towels White (15 X 212 Sheets)

Kimberly-Clark

Paper towels that are dispensed one at a time so they’re touched only by the user, dry your hands hygienically and effectively, and help reduce costs and waste.

Code: 678604


Kimberly-Clark

£43.25 Pack of 15 (ex. VAT)

£51.90 inc. VAT
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£41.99 10+ (save £12.60+)
Colour White
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6663 Scott Performance Hand Towels White (15 X 212 Sheets)

Paper towels that are dispensed one at a time so they’re touched only by the user, dry your hands hygienically and effectively, and help reduce costs and waste. Ideal for: food contact areas and busy office and hotel washrooms; drying your hands quickly and comfortably with fewer towels, as they’re strong and highly absorbent without breaking up when wet; caring for the environment (carries the EU Ecolabel). Available as: medium-sized, white, 1-ply folded hand towels that have a soft and comfy feel and are made from strong, highly absorbent AIRFLEX* fabric, safe for food use and supplied in cost-saving ‘compressed’ packs (with 18% more towels per case).

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 6663

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