JBL Clean T
Glass cleaner for terrarium panes

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PROCLEAN TERRA
  • Clean terrarium panes: powerful and non-toxic glass cleaner with pump spray head
  • Powerful cleaning: Wet the glass pane with glass cleaner, dry it with soft lint-free cloth, if required, repeat the procedure
  • Dissolves most stubborn lime-scale from the inside and outsite of the pane, cleans with the power of nature.
  • Safe for fish and plants
  • Contents: glass cleaner for aquarium panes, CleanT
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basic price 26,76 EUR / l
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Clean terrarium panes
The JBL Clean T dissolves even the most stubborn lime-scale on the terrarium pane. The powerful cleaner is non-hazardous to terrarium animals and dissolves lime scales on terrarium panes with no further agents required.

Effortless cleaning
Spray on pane and wipe it dry with a soft lint-free cloth. Repeat, if required. In case of lime deposits allow several minutes to soak in before wiping off the deposits. For lime scales above the water level inside the aquarium (e.g. in the drinking and bathing areas) spray directly onto the cloth and wipe away the deposits.

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JBL Clean T 250ml

Art. no.:
7103500
EAN Code:
4014162710352
Content:
250 ml
Volume packaging:
0.600 l
Gross weight:
280.000 g
Net weight:
250 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
60/120/60 mm

Technical Data

Height:155 mm
Length:55 mm
Width:55 mm
diameter:55 mm
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