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Kiilto CleanGrip

Residual Free Cleaner

Kiilto CleanGrip is a ready to use cleaner for golf club grips. The product is used for removing dirt from the surface of the grip as well as removing any soap based cleaning chemical residues that substantially weaken the characteristics of the grip. A clean grip allows a firm contact with the club which is not too tight and therefore improves the effectiveness of the swing. Differing from soap and tenside based products the Kiilto CleanGrip is 100% residual free meaning that once released it will only form oxygen and water.

Special features

  • Ready-to-use
  • Easy to use
  • Residual free

Application

Cleaning rubber made grips of golf clubs.

pH

Product pH 2.5

Country of manufacture

NETHERLANDS

Package Size

Product Code

GTIN

6 x 750 ml 41014   6417964410143
Package Size
Product Code 41014
GTIN 6417964410143
 

Storage

Shelf life 2 years from the date of manufacture. Do not allow to freeze. Store in a dry and cool place protected from sunlight.

Instructions for use

Spray on a microfibre cloth or directly on the surface of the grip. Pay attention to sufficient moisture : The surface of the grip has to moisten in order for the cleaning effect to take place. Does not require rinse. If needed wipe the surface with a clean and dry microfibre cloth. Repeat if needed.

Note

Use the product only for cleaning golf club grips. The product is not suitable for generic club of equipment cleaning. The product does not repair regular wear and tear or natural aging of the rubber material. Do not mix the product with other chemical products especially chlorinated products. Use chemical products safely. Always read the label and product information befpore use. Familiarize youself with the safety data sheet.

Compositions

Ingredient Effect
Stabilized hydrogen peroxide (1 %) Peracetic acid as a stabilizer.