HYGEN™ PULSE™ General Purpose Microfiber Wet Pad is double-sided to provide twice the coverage and consistent, streak-free cleaning to stop the chain of infection.
HYGEN™ PULSE™ General Purpose Microfiber Wet Pad is double-sided to provide twice the coverage and consistent, streak-free cleaning to stop the chain of infection. Innovative Microfiber technology is proven to eliminate the food source for live pathogens.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||17.50 in||44.45 cm|
|Product Width||12.00 in||30.48 cm|
|Product Height||0.50 in||1.27 cm|
|Product Weight||3.10 lb||1.41 kg|
|Case Pack Length||20.20 in||51.31 cm|
|Case Pack Width||13.51 in||34.31 cm|
|Case Pack Height||4.38 in||11.12 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||3.13 lb||1.42 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||6|
|Packaging Length||17.50 in||44.45 cm|
|Packaging Width||12.00 in||30.48 cm|
|Packaging Height||0.05 in||0.13 cm|
|Country of Origin||China|
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