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Sanitation protective apparel

July 1, 2011

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This domestically manufactured protective apparel offers cleaning and sanitizing personnel the comfort and protection they require. The vinyl replacement material has been clinically proven to offer natural, non-stiffening resistance to grease and oil contamination while providing a broad range of chemical resistance. The VR line includes aprons, boot covers, gowns, raincoats and sleeves.

PolyConversions Inc.


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