Big Wipes has announced the launch of its Abrasive Quad Fabric, which has been designed to remove construction sealants, paints, adhesives, coatings and stubborn grime from skin and surfaces.
Following the success of its 4×4 range of industrial strength wipes, which contain a blend of dermatologically-tested skin conditioners and cleaning agents, Big Wipes developed its Quad Fabric wipes for heavy duty cleaning.
With increased strength and a greater absorbency of 7.93 gr/gr, the new fabric has been designed to grip 40% more grime than its predecessor.
The abrasive surface of the fabric allows its formula to seep into the muck and accelerate the cleaning process, whilst its absorbent composition traps the dirt to sanitise hands, tools and surfaces.
Abrasive Quad Fabric comprises fibres of different denier grades: finer deniers have been incorporated to enhance the malleability of the material, whilst its coarse surface is produced by heavier deniers. This combination has helped to create the fabric’s soft and gentle, yet rough and durable, texture.
Consisting of pure polymers, the fabric is completely recyclable. The 4×4 formula, which works to dissolve the grime when it is trapped between the fibres, contains no added chemicals or preservatives.
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