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Rough And Smooth Heavy Duty Wipes

Rough And Smooth Heavy Duty Wipes

Dirteeze

Pre-moistened so no need for water. Dual-sided with micro-beaded side for agitating grime, smooth side for wiping away. High strength for use on rougher surfaces. Good absorbency with liquid spills and cleans faster. Skin-patch tested as safe to use on skin. Contains aloe vera for keeping hands moisturised. Conforms with EC1223/2009 Cosmetic Directive. Use on hands, tools, machinery and most surfaces. 80 wipes per tub.

Code: DGPCL80

Dirteeze

£7.49 Each (ex. VAT)

£8.99 inc. VAT
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Rough And Smooth Heavy Duty Wipes

Pre-moistened so no need for water. Dual-sided with micro-beaded side for agitating grime, smooth side for wiping away. High strength for use on rougher surfaces. Good absorbency with liquid spills and cleans faster. Skin-patch tested as safe to use on skin. Contains aloe vera for keeping hands moisturised. Conforms with EC1223/2009 Cosmetic Directive. Use on hands, tools, machinery and most surfaces. 80 wipes per tub.

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Manufacturer Dirteeze
Manufacturer Code DGPCL80

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