Pevastar Soft

Skin cleansing | heavy soiling

Concentrated Hand Cleaner, suitable for sensitive skin

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Areas of application

For the eff ective removal of heavy soiling in in all industrial sectors, such as for example:

  • Oils, fats, lubricants
  • Dusts, graphite, soot
  • Various types of paint and printer toner

Properties

  • cleans down to the pores
  • skin-friendly
  • refattening
  • does not clog drains
  • suitable for sensitive skin

Composition

  • fluid paste with skin-friendly, natural rubbing agents made of walnut shell meal
  • contains an optimally balanced, synergistic surfactant combination
  • with a high proportion of natural-based refattening
  • pH-neutral to skin and silicone-free
  • not intended for refill systems

Unit sizes

250 ml tube

2 l soft bottle

2 l bottle

2,5 l bottle

3 l can

4 l soft bottle

Dispenser systems

VOORMATEC SF2 PLASTIK DISPENSER - 1 l 2 l

PEVAMAT SF STAINLESS STEEL DISPENSER - 1 l 2 l

PEVAMAT SF STAINLESS STEEL DISPENSER - 1 l 2 l

VOORMATEC SF4 PLASTIC DISPENSER - 4 l

PEVAMAT SF4 STAINLESS STEEL DISPENSER - 4 l

PEVAMAT SF4 STAINLESS STEEL DISPENSER - 4 l

PEVA DISPENSER SYSTEM - 3 l can

VOORMATEC D3 PLASTIC DISPENSER - 3 l can without wallholder

PEVA-3-PIECE DISPENSER SET

PEVA DISPENSER SYSTEM - 3 l can without wall holder

WALL HOLDER FOR 3 L CANS

PEVA DISPENSER - 10 l bucket

METAL DISPENSER - 2,5 l

DRIP TRAY

DRIP TRAY STAINLESS STEEL

MOUNTING WALL PLATE VA STEEL

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Rubbing Agents

Information on rubbing agents
made of walnut shell meal:

The rubbing agent used in PEVASTAR SOFT is obtained by grinding walnut shells. Here, too, there is no competition with food. The walnut shells are cultivated in France. The rubbing agent is finely ground and has a light brown colour. It feels very pleasant on the skin and cleans gently and reliably.

Ground walnut shells have been used for many decades in hand cleaners for coarse soiling. According to previous knowledge, walnut shells are also safe to use as a rubbing agent by people suffering from nut allergies, since the known allergic symptoms in connection with walnuts have so far been observed almost exclusively by eating the nuts themselves (oral intake) or by inhaling the nut dust, and only in extremely exceptional cases on skin contact. The allergenic substances are also in the actual nut and not in the shell.