International Products Corporation (IPC) is pleased to announce the debut of a new metric container and updated package design for the pint size of P-80® Emulsion temporary rubber assembly lubricant. A new 475 mL bottle will replace the 1 pint container; it will be available in cases of 6 and 12. For those wishing to utilize a sprayer with the new bottle, a case of 6 containers packed with 6 spray tops will also be available. Additional spray tops can be purchased separately, and are sold in cases of 12.
- International Products Corporation
- New and Improved Packaging and Label Design for P-80 Emulsion
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