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Deb Stoko Kresto Cherry Walnut Shell Powder Hand Soap, 4000ml Cartridge on 2040-parts.com

US $46.95
Location:

Buffalo, New York, United States

Buffalo, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:DEB/STOKO/KRESTO Manufacturer Part Number:KCH4LTR

You are bidding on a 4l Cartridge with Dispenser. 

TECHNICAL SPECS

  • ItemHand Soap
  • FormulaWalnut Shell Powder
  • FragranceCherry
  • Size4000mL
  • ApplicationHeaviest Grease, Tar and Oil Removal, Industrial Soils
  • ColorRed
  • Package TypeCartridge
  • Uses DispenserMfr. No. HVY4LDB

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