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Ocean Saver Anti Bac Sanitiser Refill (Box of 20)

Ocean Saver Anti Bac Sanitiser Refill (Box of 20)

Anti-Bac EcoDrop, Ocean Mist Refills. Bottle Code: 499958000

Code: 499956000


£29.99 Box of 20 (ex. VAT)

£35.99 inc. VAT
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Ocean Saver Anti Bac Sanitiser Refill (Box of 20)

Save your home from bacteria and the ocean from plastic. A powerful anti-bacterial surface spray that gives guaranteed results from the kitchen to the bathroom and beyond. Proven to kill 99.9% of bacteria and even has the Good Housekeeping tick of approval. The perfect replacement to your existing antibacterial spray that is not only eco-friendly, but biodegrable and plant-based too! It’s easy to use…Simply drop, add water, shake & clean spotlessly. Place one EcoDrop into a clean 750ml spray bottle and fill to the top with water. Screw on the spray-top and shake. Leave to stand until the drop is fully dissolved. Spray from a distance of 20cm and leave to stand for 2 minutes then wipe down with a clean, damp cloth. If you are reusing an old spray bottle, give it a good rinse before use and apply the stickers included in the pack to the bottle.

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Manufacturer Ocean Saver
Manufacturer Code 319334OCS

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