Green in colour, Citrus based solvent free hand scrub with pomice. Heavy Duty hand cleaner removing Tar, Ink, Paint and heavy ground in dirt. Contains conditioners to prevent hands cracking. Pevalin is a unique type of hand cleanser with all of the power of solvent based beaded hand gels but is solvent free and far more user friendly. Areas of use Pevalin is suitable for a wide range of hand cleansing operations from general purpose hand cleansing to the removal of more stubborn stains like paint, printers ink or colours, dye stuffs, bitumen or oil, grease and grime. Pevalin is ideally suited to garages, maintenance workshops, paint spraying areas and general washroom use. Benefits Pevalin is solvent free, non drying, contains lanolin and emollients to project and moisturize and is exceptionally powerful on difficult or stubborn marks. Pevalin in biodegradable, pleasantly perfumed and may be used when hands are wet or dry. Pevalin offers the best of both worlds, powerful cleaning and is user. Other quantities may be available. Please contact us if you have any queries.
The Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer works very differently to warm air hand dryers. Air is forced through two continuous apertures the width of an eyelash – generating 400mph sheets of air that scrape water from hands like a windscreen wiper in just 10 seconds.
Available in aerosol and Bell Shaped Pump dispensers. 450 mil . Description Quick drying - product developes full protection in under 30 seconds. Economical - 2000 applications per bottle, each application lasts up to 4 hours. Application Use as an preventative measure to help protect skin from irritations, dryness and dermatitis caused by solvent, paints, powders, detergents, acids, etc. Directions Apply a pea sized amount (about 1/4 ml) to clean DRY hands and rub in well, paying particular attention to sensitive areas e.g. around finger nails, broken skin, between fingers etc. The product should rub dry and become waterproof within 30 seconds, if the product is over applied skin will feel sticky, but the excess can be wiped off. Too little cream always offers more protection than a thick film which cannot dry. NOTE: The regular use of a barrier cream is not a substitute for the safe handling of hazardous materials/chemicals