Deb Solopol Classic Heavy Duty Hand Cleaner

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DEB SOLOPOL CLASSIC HVY H/CLEANER 4 LTR
Code: 05017
Manufacturers Part No: SOL4LTR
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Product Overview

  • Deb Solopol Classic Heavy Duty Hand Cleaner for use in industrial environments to remove heavy soiling.  


    Where to use: For use in industrial environments to remove heavy soiling.

    Highly effective solvent-free formula – Specially formulated with mild, skin friendly ingredients to provide the same level of cleaning performance normally associated with solvent based products for general heavy-duty cleansing. Effectively removes ingrained oil, grease, carbon black and lubricants.

    EU Ecolabel Certified – The product is certified to have a reduced environmental impact through its life cycle, from extraction of raw materials through to its production, use and disposal.

    Contains emollients – To help prevent drying, leaving the skin feeling smooth after use.

    Contains Eucornol® emulsifying active – Forms micelles that increase skin compatibility by emulsifying and encapsulating substances, helping to reduce their potentially irritating effect.

    Contains Astopon® natural scrubbing agent – Astopon is produced from refined walnut shell powder, a natural and renewable source. It helps provide a deep clean without damaging the skin and has no negative impact on the environment. The scrubbing agent is easily rinsed away, preventing blocked drains and pipes.

    Soap-free formulation with skin friendly pH value – Formulated to maintain the skin’s acid mantle; a layer on the surface of the skin which acts to help support the natural bacteria balance.

    Silicone-free – Suitable for use in any production sites where paint and surface coating processes are undertaken. Compatible with rubber production processes -Independently tested at the German Institute of Rubber Technology (DIK) and proven to have no negative effect on the vulcanisation process.