Swarfega Orange SOR4LMP Heavy Duty Hand Cleaner 4L Pump Top
- Swarfega® Orange Heavy Duty Hand Cleaner
- 4L Pump Top
Advanced formulation hand cleaner. Natural citrus oil removes oil, grease and general soilings quickly and efficiently. Contains moisturiser to help care for skin. The pump encourages controlled dosages, one push is enough for a hand wash and prevents product from cross-contamination.
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Advanced formulation, solvent-free heavy-duty hand cleanser containing non-abrasive scrubbers for deep down cleaning action and moisturiser to help care for the skin. Removes ingrained oil, grease and general grime.
Usage For use at the end of each work period, or more frequently if required, to remove a wide range of difficult to remove oil, grease and general soiling.
Apply One dose or a small amount to dry hands and rub in well to loosen all soiling. Rinse well with clean running water and dry hands thoroughly.
Advanced formulation: Uses a blend of non-ionic surfactant to remove oil, grease and general soiling quickly and efficiently.
Deep cleaning: Contains scrubbers which give a deep down clean and gently lift ingrained soiling without damaging the skin.
Mild on the skin: Solvent-free formula helps prevent drying out of the skin.
Pleasant to use: The rich creamy lotion quickly rinses off the skin leaving no greasy after-feel.
Added moisturisers: Contains glycerine and wheatgerm extracts to help moisturise the hands.
Fresh fragrance: A mild orange perfume leaves the skin fresh and lightly fragranced after use.
Dermatologically tested: The 48-hr Single Patch Test results have been validated by a dermatologist to show the product to be ‘non-irritant’.
Toxicological approval: Formulation assessed by a Toxicologist and declared safe to use.
The History of Swarfega
The Solution – The Swarfega Skin Care System
The iconic, classic green gel was first invented by the Belper-based chemist Audley Bowdler Williamson in 1947. Swarfega was the first-hand cleaner of its type in the world. The name derives from “swarf”, being the old Derbyshire engineering term for oil and grease and “ega”, as in “eager to clean”. Swarfega quickly established itself as a popular choice in the 1940's and 50's with mechanics and more, who had been left with traditional tablet soaps. And so, the market for specialist hand cleansers was established with Deb leading the way.
Since then, the Swarfega brand has grown to a range of over 40 specialist cleaning products from hand cleansers to surface cleaners and remains as popular as ever. All Swarfega
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