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Tampico Pot Brush with 8" Wood Handle

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Tampico Pot Brush with 8" Wood Handle

Scrub with this natural vegetable fiber brush to remove grease and soil buildup. Tampico Pot Brush with 8" Wood Handle is built on a hardwood block, and is perfect for general scrubbing needs. Tampico fibers have unique liquid holding and release properties; absorbing more water than other brush types, and is highly resistant to heat, alkali, solvents, and acid. This product is typically used as a pot scrubber, and while other fibers break down over time, Tampico fibers retain their absorbent qualities. Store brush in a dry area after use to ensure maximum performance. Depending upon the type of soil or debris being handled, Personal Protective Equipment may be required.

This product is made with premium quality materials, and is able to meet the rigorous demands of tough environments including restaurants, cafeterias, cafes, schools, shipyards, office buildings, retail stores, and homes. Although ideal for kitchen workers, cooks, and dish washers this brush also works well in break rooms for use by office employees or building service contractors.

Tampico Pot Brush with 8" Wood Handle is sold in individual or case quantities.

Brush specifications:
Natural fibers | 8" Wood handle

Availability:
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12/1 (case)
  • Model: BRU 8TAS
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