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HYB.13W Use Handwash Station Before Entering -150MM x 200MM

HYB.13W Use Handwash Station Before Entering -150MM x 200MM

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Our use handwash station before entering hygiene sign helps to inform people to wash their hands before entering a particular area. This is ideal in places such as hospitals to help minimise any viruses coming on to the wards. It is available in a range of different material and is 150mm x 200mm in size (W x H). Please Note: this item is delivered directly from the manufacturer and the lead time for delivery is 5-7 working days.

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HYB.13W Use Handwash Station Before Entering -150MM x 200MM

Our use handwash station before entering hygiene sign helps to inform people to wash their hands before entering a particular area. This is ideal in places such as hospitals to help minimise any viruses coming on to the wards. It is available in a range of different material and is 150mm x 200mm in size (W x H). Please Note: this item is delivered directly from the manufacturer and the lead time for delivery is 5-7 working days.

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