Microburst® Duet Refills (Preference Pack)

SKU: 3486092

The Rubbermaid Commercial Microburst® Duet refills feature a unique combination of specially selected, high quality, complementary fragrances.

  • Alternating scents eliminate fragrance fatigue.
  • High quality, customer preferred refill fragrances.
  • Use with Microburst® Duet dispensers

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The Rubbermaid Commercial Microburst® Duet refills feature a unique combination of specially selected, high quality, complementary fragrances.

Features and Benefits:

  • Alternating scents eliminate fragrance fatigue.
  • High quality, customer preferred refill fragrances.
  • Use with Microburst® Duet dispensers
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specifications

U.S.Metric
Product Length18.42 cm
Product Width13.34 cm
Product Height17.15 cm
Product Weight10.85 lb
Upc00086876207330
Case Pack Length7.50 in19.05 cm
Case Pack Width5.50 in13.97 cm
Case Pack Height6.50 in16.51 cm
Case Pack Weight2.60 lb1.18 kg
Case Pack Quantity4
Ucc10086876207337
Packaging Length38169.00 in18.42 cm
Packaging Width38108.00 in13.34 cm
Packaging Height38141.00 in17.15 cm
Material TypeFragrance
Country of OriginThailand

Documents

MB45 ALPINE SPRINGS 3485950 SDS

MB45 MOUNTAIN PEAKS 3485950 SDS

MB45 REFRESHING CITRUS 3485952 SDS

MB45 COTTON BERRY 3485952 SDS

MB45 LINEN FRESH 3485949 SDS

MB45 GENTLE BREEZE 3485949 SDS

MB45 SEA MIST 3485951 SDS

MB45 OCEAN BREEZE 3485951 SDS

Washroom Selection Guide


Certifications & Regulatory Information


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