Beal Rope Cleaner Fluid

 

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Rope Cleaning Soap or Rope Cleaning Detergent

The Beal Rope Cleaner Fluid is a great way of keeping your climbing rope and caving rope clean. This works most effectively when used in conjunction with the Beal Rope Brush.

Beal has formulated this rope cleaning detergent to be non agressive. A clean rope will give better levels of performance and safety. Due to the special formulation it can also be used on a climbing harness. It will not damage the Polyamide fibres in anyway. The best results of this rope cleaning soap are achieved when its used in water temperatures up to 30 degrees c.

  • General Features
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  • 1 Litre Capacity
  • Specially designed for cleaning ropes
  • Also suitable for use on climbing harnesses
  • Will not damage the fibers in the rope
  • Ideal for use in water up to 30 degrees c
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