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Kimberly Clark 8377 WypAll® X80 Cloths

Kimberly Clark 8377 WypAll® X80 Cloths

Kimberly-Clark

A repeat-use wiper with HYDROKNIT* technology that is highly absorbent, strong and durable (wet or dry), resists most solvents, reduces residue, allows fast cleaning and helps reduce costs.

Code: 674468


Kimberly-Clark

£63.25 Each (ex. VAT)

£75.90 inc. VAT
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Kimberly Clark 8377 WypAll® X80 Cloths

A repeat-use wiper with HYDROKNIT* technology that is highly absorbent, strong and durable (wet or dry), resists most solvents, reduces residue, allows fast cleaning and helps reduce costs. Ideal for: heavy-duty tasks in industrial areas; wiping machinery and parts; cleaning rough surfaces without breaking up; wiping away grease, oil, solvents, heavier soiling; prepping surfaces. Available as: large, perforated roll for use in busy areas. Can be used with a range of mobile or mounted dispensing systems to help control use and reduce wastage.

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Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code 8377

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