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Magic Sponge The Unique


The Unique “Magic Sponge” The Meleco ‘magic sponge’ cuts through grease, grime and hard- to-shift staining - even tea-stains on cups and mugs - without the need for chemicals or heavy scouring. It’s the ideal multi-surface cleaner for ceramics, plastics, glass, wood, paintwork, tiles, perspex, steel, alloys, bathroom and kitchen surfaces - almost anywhere!


Environment-friendly Meleco can be used wet or dry for cleaning or dusting without the need for detergents or cleaning chemicals, making it very environment-friendly. To use it wet, just add water!


Cost savings Saves time and money. Meleco cleans so effectively and effortlessly, it can save half the time normally spent on cleaning and you save the money you would have spent on detergents.


Where can it be used? Meleco leaves a smear-free finish on office equipment, tiles, paintwork, glass, mirrors, plastics and steel, and can be used on bathroom, kitchen and many other surfaces. Being flame-retardant, it makes light work of cleaning hot surfaces such as cooker-tops. This unique handy lightweight sponge is the ideal cleaning aid for a multitude of jobs. Available with or without a green foam backing for added support.


www.branova.com/meleco/information.html


For more information or to make a order call 01924 486000 or visit www.branova.com


Branova Limited Meadow Mills, Carlton Road, Dewsbury, Yorkshire WF13 2BA Tel: +44 (0) 1924 486000 Fax: +44 (0) 1924 486001 www.branova.com Email: sales@branova.com


Tel: +44 (0) 753 495 4504


email: j.faulkner@kgsdiamond.com www.kgs-cleaning-maintenance.com


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