Refresh with Wonder Wipes

Published:  18 October, 2011

LEEDS: Everbuild Building Products has launched two new products and a contemporary refreshed new look for its Wonder Wipes brand.

In addition to the original multi-use Wonder Wipes and heavy duty Wonder Wipes, the range now includes glass and shiny surface Wonder Wipes and home and garden Wonder Wipes.

Glass and shiny surface Wonder Wipes are a specially formulated industrial strength wipe designed to  clean glass and other shiny surfaces without leaving a smear. The wipes cater to all common marks found on these surface types such as; fingerprints, dirt, paint smears and bird droppings, leaving a smear free, sparkling clean finish.

Home and garden Wonder Wipes have been designed to be friendly to the environment. These biodegradable, compostable wipes can be used inside and outside the home to clean dirt, soil, clay, sealant, paint, oil, grease and more. When you’re finished with them they can be thrown straight onto the compost heap.

Nearly all of the wipes in the Wonder Wipes range contain a powerful anti-bacterial additive which, in addition to lanolin, ensures that they are active against most common bacteria found in the home and workplace, as well as being kind to skin.

The heavy duty and glass and shiny surface wipes all come in a 75 Wipe Trade Tub, the home and garden wipes are available in a 100 Wipe trade Tub and the Original Multi-Use Wonder Wipes are available in a 100 Wipe trade tub, a giant 300 Wipe tub and handy 15 Wipe foil pack sachets.

For a limited period of time Everbuild are offering a 4 for 3 promotion to give a taste of what each product has to offer.

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