200ml Electrical Contact Cleaner Dirt Remover

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250ml Electrical Contact Cleaner Switch Clean Aerosol Spray Can Dirt Remover

  • Removes grease, oil and dirt from: Ignitions, precision parts, circuit boards, spark plugs and all electrical components
  • General-purpose cleaner and degreaser for use on sensitive electronic and electrical equipment
  • Formulated to quickly penetrate into hard-to-reach areas effectively flush away carbon deposits
Weight195 g
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EAN

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When it comes to brush paints, stirring rather than shaking provides the best ingredient combining technique.

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