Big Wipes Cage

New Big Wipes Cage for 4×4 wipes, Power Spray and Power Gel

  • 11 Aug 2016

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The makers of Big Wipes have launched a new fully adjustable wall and van bracket capable of keeping any Big Wipes product securely close at hand.

The Big Wipes Cage can hold any Big Wipes 80s tub, the 1 litre (L) Big Wipes Power Spray and the 1L Big Wipes Power Gel. The bracket can be easily fixed into ply panelling or any bespoke racking system in vans, and is wall mountable for the workshop, or near the sink for the Power Gel.

Manufactured from tough polycarbonate, the Big Wipes Cage comes with pre-drilled holes for screw fixing.

Big Wipes Power Spray and 4×4 wipes contain four cleaning agents and four dermatologically tested skin conditioners to instantly remove construction sealants, adhesives, paints, coatings and grime from skin, tools and surfaces.

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