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Cleano Bucket-Free Indoor Window Cleaning System 3 meter Pack

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CLEANO is an entirely mechanical tool using no batteries or electrical connection. It's unique integral pump system and easily-cleaned nozzle deliver fluid straight on to the surface which can then be cleaned using the detachable microfibre hear. The Viton internal gasket protects the pump system and allow a cleaning solution to be mixed with the water prior to use.
Product Code: ORCBS3
  • A tool to safely clean high-up at windows without steps or ladders with combined cleaning power of pure water and microfibre.
  • Cleano is a compact and entirely mechanical tool, no batteries or cables with a unique integral pure water pump system that delivers pure ionised water straight to the microfibre cleaning head.
  • Available in both 1.4m, 3m and 6m length poles.
  • Each kit contains x3 microfibre pads.

3 metre Cleano - 2 x 1.50m pole system + 3 microfibre pads.

Even on the inside, dirty and grimy windows harbour harmful bacteria, our bucket-free window cleaning system removes dirt, grime and bugs with the combined cleaning power of water and or chemicals and microfibre. Surfaces are left brighter, fresher and hygienic with no residual particles or surface smears.

Cleano Bucket-Free Indoor Window Cleaning System 3 meter Pack

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