Sticklers MultiTask™ Presaturated Wipes are a mild cleaner
- Clean workbenches, machinery, tools, instruments and desktops
- Remove dust, fingerprints, industrial grime, metal finings, plastic particulate, soot, exhaust fumes, waterproofing gels, oils, light grease, some inks, lint and fibers
- 70% high purity ispropyl alcohol, 30% deionized water mix
- Mild and skin-safe to use
- No residue, no rinsing, 100% VOC so it evaporates cleanly
- No rip, no lint, heavy duty fabric wipe – not paper
- “Slam-Shut” lid minimizes evaporation and keeps the wipes damp
- Economical refills eliminate solid waste and help protect the environment - save about a 30% over buying a new tub
- There are 100, 8″x 5″ presaturated wipes in each tub
- Non-corrosive, excellent materials compatibility
- Completely ozone-safe
- Low GWP
|Part Number||Package||Weight||Size||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|SMSCW MCC-SMSCW||Tub of Wipes||443 g 20 oz.||12cm x 20cm 5" x 8"|
|SMSCWR MCC-SMSCWR||Refill Bag of Wipes||443 g 20 oz.||12cm x 20cm 8" x 5"|
|Package||Tub of Wipes||Refill Bag of Wipes|
|Weight||443 g 20 oz.||443 g 20 oz.|
|Size||12cm x 20cm 5" x 8"||12cm x 20cm 8" x 5"|
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Safety Data Sheet|
|Appearance||Clear Colorless Liquid in a White Polyester Wipe|
|Boiling Point||82˚ C / 180˚ F|
|Cleaning Strength (Kb)||<40 (Mild)|
|Flashpoint||12˚ C / 53˚ F|
|VOC Organic Content (g/L)||350|
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