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Multi-Purpose Anti-Bacterial Wipes Flowpack

Multi-Purpose Anti-Bacterial Wipes Flowpack

Dirteeze

Highly portable soft pack with snap-pack lid closure. Not recommended for hand cleaning.

Code: 659591


Dirteeze

£4.75 Pack of 200 (ex. VAT)

£5.70 inc. VAT
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Multi-Purpose Anti-Bacterial Wipes Flowpack

Highly portable soft pack with snap-pack lid closure. Dirteeze HMAX hydrophilised inherently anti-bacterial wipe material with superior strength. Lotion made in the UK and registered with Irish Biocidal Products Regulations (BPR) - Fragrance Free, Bleach Free, Alcohol Free, Cruelty Free, PH Neutral, Skin Friendly, Safe and Kind to the Environment. *Wet wipes tested by UKAS lab and approved to BSEN1276, BSEN1650, BSEN13697 (*not just the lotion as with many competitor products). Protects against E Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, MRSA. 200 wipes per pack.
Not recommended for hand cleaning. 
Applications:
Disinfects and sanitises all work surfaces and equipment
Ideal for cleaning and sanitising cookers, chopping boards, worktop, door handles, stainless steel, utensils, sinks, taps, fridges and freezers
For maximum portability and saving space

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Dirteeze
Manufacturer Code HMAXF200

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