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Premium pad material provides maximum absorbency for scrubbing and cleansing. 70% isopropyl alcohol Sterile, nonwoven sponges designed...
This convenient wall mounted dispenser is easy to use and economical. It provides a pre-measured application to minimize waste.
AeroSpense Isopropyl Alcohol, 70% packaged in 9.5 oz prefilled aerosol dispensing cans, is dispensed directly onto gauze/tissue by finger...
Palmero Health Care's Alcohol Pump Dispensers allow the user to dispense the amount of liquid needed by simply pressing lightly on the...
200 proof Denatured Ethyl Alcohol is for use in pressurized alcohol torches. Cleans, removes oils and lubricants Burning alcohol

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