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Evans Clean Fast Washroom Cleaner 750 ml x6

Ref: EVE005
ex VAT £17.40 inc VAT £20.88

Availability: In stock

OR
Delivery: Next day delivery if Ordered before 1:00pm (Monday-Thursday)

The Evans Clean Fast Washroom Cleaner 750ml is ready to use. Comes in a pack of 6 x 750 ml **please be aware due to a national shortgae of triggers only 2 trigger spray heads will be supplied per case**

An effective foaming action spray with a tangerine fragrance leaving you washroom smelling fresh and clean as well as being an anti bacterial cleaner which removes body fat, limescale and heavy soiling.

Suitable for use on:

  • Porcelain.
  • Chrome.
  • Stainless Steel.
  • Ceramic and Quarry Tiles.
  • Product Code: EVE006
 

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Every chemical has some impact on the environment. There are many ‘green’ schemes used in the cleaning industry but none take into account all of the relevant factors. At Evans Vanodine, they have an innovative system for classifying products according to their overall environmental impact. Devised by one of their experienced research chemists, the WEIR system uses a set of seven criteria to analyse its products.

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