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Deb Skin Safety Cradle System

Deb Skin Safety Cradle System

SC Johnson Professional™

A unique skin safety solution for vehicles and areas of limited space, the Deb Skin Safety Cradle is a compact and complete 3-step skin care system. Please note, Deb cartridges not included but they are listed as 'Related Items'.

Code: 674455


SC Johnson Professional™

£33.15 Each (ex. VAT)

£39.78 inc. VAT
Size 260mm h x 305mm w x 95mm d
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Deb Skin Safety Cradle System

A unique skin safety solution for vehicles and areas of limited space, the Deb Skin Safety Cradle is a compact and complete 3-step skin care system. It can be conveniently fitted inside vans or work cabins and contains everything needed to protect, cleanse and sanitise the skin. The products do not require running water. The dispensing unit holds all three cradle cartridges. The unit is tough and made from robust plastic for high durability. No mechanical parts, means low maintenance. Unit is pre-drilled in four places for ease of fixing. (Cartridges supplied separately.) Cradle dimensions: 260(h) x 305(w) x 95(d)mm.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer DEB
Manufacturer Code ACC729

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