Cellulose fibers with a latex binder for more thickness and absorbency than regular paper towels
Disposable for convenient removal of liquid waste
Low in lint, making it suitable for use on surfaces such as glass
10 x 12 inches for single-handed use
Cardboard container with pop-up hole for access to individual wipes
Imported from USA
The Kimberly-Clark 75600 Scott Rags in a Box disposable industrial wipes are made of cellulose fibers with a latex
binder for more thickness, absorbency, and strength than regular paper towels. They are low in lint, which makes them
suitable for cleaning glass, and they measure 10 x 12 inches for single-handed use. The cardboard container has built-in
handle holes to assist with portability, and provides continuous access to wipes that pop up from a hole in the center.
These wipes are not recommended for direct contact with food products.
Industrial wipes are non-woven disposable towels consisting of wood pulp, synthetic fibers, or a blend, and reinforced
with a binder. They are used to wipe small quantities of solvents or other liquid from hands, tools, equipment, or other
Kimberly-Clark manufactures products for the personal care, health care, and home improvement markets. The company,
founded in 1870, is headquartered in Dallas, TX.