SP 01506

Flitz Stainless Steel & Chrome Cleaner

Flitz Stainless Steel & Chrome Cleaner

Description

The Flitz Stainless Steel & Chrome Cleaner has a powerful degreasing formula that makes it the perfect choice for anyting stainless steel.

Features

  • Voted Best stainless steel cleaner by the Wall Street Journal
  • Cleans auto/truck, marine, kitchens and BBQ's
  • Water-based & streak-free
List Price
$14.20
Your Price
$12.54
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Perhaps the most innovative Stainless Steel & Chrome Cleaner on the market today. In 2007, the Wall Street Journal tested and voted this item as BEST Stainless Steel Cleaner! The product's powerful degreasing action makes it the perfect choice for anything stainless steel. It easily cuts through grease buildup; won't discolor stainless steel and is fast & easy - just spray & wipe. The product is also non-flammable.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Flitz Stainless Steel & Chrome Cleaner SP 01506 Stainless steel and chrome cleaner with degreaser, 16 oz spray
$12.54
In Stock

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