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Cleano Indoor Waterfed Pole 35ft

Quick Overview

  • Reduces labor up to 50%, using pure water cleans better
  • Ergonomically designed to reduce back strain.
  • Allows safe working from the ground.
  • Environmentally friendly with no chemicals.
  • Various cleaning pads offers versatility

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Item #: 150-2835  UPC : 00669893020993  MPN : CL35
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IPC Cleano 35ft

The IPC Cleano, indoor ultra pure water cleaning system is for indoor glass and non-porous surfaces.

The Cleano combines the cleaning power of pure water and microfiber in a light, compact and entirely mechanical tool (no cords, no batteries, etc). ,

Using the Hydro Clean with pure water keeps glass clean longer.

With no chemical residue being left behind on the glass dirt will not be attracted reducing the frequency of cleaning intervals.

Fill with pure water from HydroTube, Hydro Cart or Ready Pure systems.

  • Reduces labor up to 50%
  • Reduces back strain - ergonomically designed
  • Allows safe working conditions as you clean from the ground
  • Reaches difficult areas without drips
  • Reduces the need to move furniture
  • Environmentally friendly, no chemicals
  • Economical, eliminates chemical costs, reduces labor

INCLUDES: 3 Microfiber Pads

Great window cleaner for interior windows at height

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