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Clean up with Sikaseal-415 industrial wipes

Published: 24 November 2020 - Neil Mead

New to the Sika range are SikaSeal-415 Industrial Wipes, a wipe specially formulated for the building and allied trades to clean a plethora of building chemicals notoriously difficult to remove by soap and water alone.

 

SikaSeal-415 Industrial Wipes have the power to remove and clean wet and semi-cured paint, silicone, adhesive, bitumen, expanding foams, epoxies, oil, grease and much more from hands, tools and surfaces, with exceptional results when cleaning up polyurethane – commonly known to be a tough substance to remove. Not only that but the anti-bacterial, no rinse formula makes them ideal for use on site.

While some cleaners can leave hands dry and cracked, the additional level of moisture found on these wipes along with the inclusion of aloe vera within the solution makes for a kinder-to-hands clean leaving skin feel conditioned and nourished.

Available in tubs containing 100 wipes, SikaSeal-415 Industrial Wipes are available to order now. Visit Everbuild.co.uk or speak to your local sales representative for more information.

Everbuild Building Products Ltd – A Sika Company

Site 41, Knowsthorpe Way
Cross Green Industrial Estate
Leeds, LS9 0SW

Tel: 0113 240 3456
Website: www.everbuild.co.uk

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