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Colourful and tough hygienic wipes

31 October 2016

Holchem has added the Hyperwipe range of colour-coded lint-free wipes to its hygienic product range for the food, beverage and dairy sectors. 

The non-woven wipes are strong and non-abrasive. They also offer high absorbency qualities to ensure quick and effective clean ups.

The range is equally strong wet or dry and is food safe. The range is available in centrefeed and large folded formats. The different colours allow the wipes to be used in different situations to reduce the threat of cross contamination.  


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