fda alcohol wipes
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1.Discard after single use;
2. Do not use if package is broken;
3. Use with caution for persons allergic to alcohol;
4. This product is inflammable, keep away from fire.
Q1. How can i get samples?
A: All you need to do is send us your address. Samples are given for free and the transport costs are to be paid by the buyer.
Q2. How do you assure the quality?
A: Our Quality Control department will inspect all goods strictly before shipment.Customer's inspections are also welcome.
Q3. Can I get a discount for Large orders?
A: Sure. We always hope to establish a long term business relationship with our Customers.
Q4. What are your acceptable payment terms?
A: Our usually payment term is T/T, L/C,Paypal, etc.
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