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NXT Technologies™ Screen Cleaning Kit, 8 Oz. (NX17099)

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Item #: 901-24416784
  Model #: NX17099
Brand: NXT Technologies
NXT Technologies™ Screen Cleaning Kit, 8 Oz. (NX17099)
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Description
Maintain the screens throughout your office with this NXT Technologies cleaning kit. Free your electronic devices from dirt, dust and buildup with this cleaning kit. The soft cloths are non-abrasive to prevent scratches, while the liquid cleaning solution works on an array of surfaces. This NXT Technologies cleaning kit features a spray bottle for easy application and cloths with an antistatic design to help protect sensitive equipment.
  • Screen cleaning kit helps remove dust, dirt, and fingerprints from electronics and more
  • Unscented
  • Capacity: 8 oz.
  • Alcohol-free cleaning solution (70-90% water, 5-15% dipropylene glycol monomethyl ether, <1% preservative, <1% antistatic agent)
  • Pack contains one bottle with cleaning spray and cloth (11" x 11")
  • Antistatic formula cleans and protects screens without damaging sensitive electronics
  • Loop weave microfiber cloth
  • Power off screen before using; for best results, spray onto microfiber cloth, apply to area, and gently wipe area until dry; do not spray liquid directly onto screen or surface
  • Ingredient Disclosure Statement
Specifications
Product Color Family : Clear Computer Cleaning Type : Cleaning Kit True Color : Clear/Black Capacity (oz.) : 8
Capacity (ml.) : 236 Computer Cleaning Pack Size : Each Key Ingredient : Alcohol-free cleaning solution Pack Qty : 1
Odor or Scent : Unscented Brand : NXT Technologies Quick Ship : Yes Customizable : No
Weight : 0.81 lbs. per Each

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