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8653 Hostess Toilet Tissue Rolls White (36 X 320 Sheets)

8653 Hostess Toilet Tissue Rolls White (36 X 320 Sheets)

Kimberly-Clark

Small Roll Toilet Tissue with ‘Homely comfort’ helps to control cost and waste, dissolves in cold water so it won’t block drains, and is manufactured in mills which are all ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accredited, your guarantee of responsible manufacturing and quality. Pack of 36 Rolls.

Code: 676612


Kimberly-Clark

£16.59 Pack of 36 (ex. VAT)

£19.91 inc. VAT
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£16.15 10+ (save £4.40+)
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8653 Hostess Toilet Tissue Rolls White (36 X 320 Sheets)

Small Roll Toilet Tissue with ‘Homely comfort’ helps to control cost and waste, dissolves in cold water so it won’t block drains, and is manufactured in mills which are all ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accredited, your guarantee of responsible manufacturing and quality. Ideal for: Small, office and hotel washrooms, especially where economy is important; using with the wall-mounted AQUARIUS* Toilet Tissue Dispenser; keeping costs and waste down, with lower costs per sheet and perforated tissue that controls how much you take; caring for the environment. Available as: fresh white, perforated, 2-ply tissue on standard rolls of 320 sheets, and made from FSC-certified paper 100% recycled fibre. Pack of 36 Rolls.

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Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 8653

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