Wiping & cleaning

Help your customers get the best cleaning results with the least hassle. See our wide range of professional cleaning wipers. Each wiper is purpose-made for specific tasks. With the right wiper for the task, the job gets done faster and with less effort.
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Wiping and Cleaning


Wiping up spills, soaking up liquids, and picking up dirt and dust are common pre-production tasks. The quicker they're done, the sooner you can get working. Our multi-purpose wipers are strong, flexible and absorbent. They're perfect for keeping tools dry, surfaces spotless and intricate parts operational. And with a dispenser nearby, looking for a wiper won't be a task.
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Regular maintenance, like removing dirt and stubborn stains from surfaces, machines and tools, keeps downtime to a minimum. Our cloths—dry or used with water, solvents or detergents—help do the cleaning. More durable than paper, our cleaning cloths last longer and work quickly to save time and money.
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For a shiny, protected finish, applying polish and rubbing with a polishing cloth brings the best out of any surface. The key is using a purpose-made cloth that's soft enough to avoid scratching while being able to apply the polish effortlessly. Our durable, purpose-made polishing cloths absorb and release polish evenly, speeding up the task and efficiently improving the overall result. 
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Save time with Tork washstations placed close to your workers. The sooner hands are washed and dried, the sooner the next task can begin.
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