Used for / Puff amp; Clean Glass cleaning wipes that Removes dirt and grease, from glass surfaces. Only Invisible Glass has been tested and proven 100% residue free. Pufai Puff Clean Glass Wipes designed to clean all windows, mirrors and kind of material.
Materials / Origin Wipes are 100% Pure Viscose (Natural Fibre), Hypoallergenic, Dermatoligically Tested and Light, Compact amp; Easy to Carry. Made by Pufai Manufacturing Facilities in UK and TR
Other / You can use this item easily. First press the center of the capsule, next wait a few second and then use.
Allergens amp; Warnings: Avoid contact with eyes. Do not take internally. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Call physician immediately. Keep out of reach of children.
BENEFITS/ ITEM DESCRIPTION
Puff amp; Clean Glass cleaning wipes that Removes dirt and grease, from glass surfaces.
Only Invisible Glass has been tested and proven 100% residue free.
Pufai Puff Clean Glass Wipes designed to clean all windows, mirrors and kind of material.
A unique compressed wipe system.
Easy to carry
By pushing down on the center, the compressed wipe absorbs the liquid and expands and is ready for use
Extremely light and compact, Puff Clean is ideal for Restaurants, Bars, Home, Car, Purse, the applications are endless
HOW TO USE?
Apply finger pressure in the middle of the capsule such as
Wait 5-10 seconds for towel to absorb the essence
Remove the towel form capsule and unfold such as
Unroll the compressed towel such as
And ready to use it.
The high quality cosmetic formula, developed in our own lab, consists of the best raw materials and active ingredients supplied by Puff amp; Clean Technology business.
A unique liquid carrier system for beauty and personal care products such as
A one-push and ready-to-use Puff amp; Clean
Two chamber packaging to hold the fabric and liquid separately such as
Consists of 4 components: Label, Textile, Capsule, Formulation
Highly innovative device: Thanks to the two chamber mechanism, the fabric and the liquid formulation are kept separately. The infusion happens only when pushed: Fresh quality guaranteed!
Puff Clean is a brand of Pufai International.
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