On a roll: Another clean sweep by Spilldoktor


Spilldoktor has taken the “pain” out of cleaning up small spills with the launch of its new URLD sorbent dispenser carton by Spilldoktor.

The URLD offers a roll of highly efficient sorbent, prepacked on a roll inside a carton.

It is perfect for “everyday” spills and compliments the conventional “wheelie bin” spill kit.

The wheelie bin kit is best kept for emergencies while the URLD can be used on a daily basis.

The sorbent roll is perforated in two directions for flexibility enabling you to use a small or large piece as the situation demands.

Not only is the material well-packaged, it is more efficient than rags and will absorb up to 20 times its own weight.

Using less sorbents means less waste and less time lost as the liquid is cleaned up more efficiently.

Ph: 1800 365 867 (SPILLDOKTOR)

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