STRIPPER/ "BARE BONES LOW ODOR" Speed Stripper

National Chemicals

$ 93.04 

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NOTE FOR UPS DELIVERIES: This product requires a Hazmat Shipping Designation which is why the freight charges are higher for this product. 

For UPS DELIVERY: BARE BONES LOW ODOR may ONLY be ordered by the case (4 gallons), or by 5 gallon pails.

BARE BONES® LOW ODOR is a superior floor stripping formula that can be used anywhere, anytime! Like the original BARE BONES that set the standard for performance and labor savings some 20 years ago, BARE BONES® LOW ODOR from NCL provides the same rapid penetration and complete removal of even heavily burnished floor finish in a low odor formula that can be used in hospitals, schools and universities and office buildings.

NCL chemists have designed a wetting system that keeps BARE BONES® LOW ODOR working at maximum effectiveness, with powerful film removing action easily cuts through multiple layers of finish easily! BARE BONES® LOW ODOR is a must for all professional floor care systems.

Available in Gallons or 5 Gallon Pail

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