Icing Hand Sanitizer - Aseptisant Pour Les Mains (Berry, Citrus, Clean) | ICING

04:34 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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Purpose     Sanitizer

Warning:  Flammable. Do not use near fire, flame or while smoking.  Do not store where temperature exceeds 120 F.  For external use only.  Avoid contact with eyes.  In case of contact with eyes, flush with water.  Discontinue this product if rash, redness or irritation occurs.  If irritation persists, get immediate attention.  Keep out of reach of children.  DO NOT EAT.

Advertissement:  Inflammable. Ne pas utiliser pres d'une fiamme, d'une etincelle ou en fumant.  Ne pas garder a des temperatures depassant les 49 C (120 F).  Pour usage exteme uniquement.  Evitez tout contact avec les yeux.  En cas de contact avec les yeux, rincez avec de l'eau.  Arretez l'utilisation de ce produit en cas d'irritation. Si l'irritation persiste, consulter immediatement un medecin.  gardez hors de portee des enfants. NE PAS INGERER.

CBI Distributing Corp. 2400 W. Central Road Hoffman Estates, IL  60192-1930   U.S.A.

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