Polyolefins, such as PP and PMP, as well as fluoroplastics (ETFE), have water-repellent surfaces that are very durable and easy to clean. For cleaning, depending on the level of contamination, commercially available neutral or alkaline detergents (i.e. Mucasol) can be used. Please note that no scrubbing agents or scouring pads should be used for labware made from plastics.
Plastic labware can be cleaned and dried in a laboratory dishwasher, noting the temperature limits of the individual products. Due to their light weight, securing the labware with washing nets is recommended; and plastic-coated wire baskets will better protect against scratching.
Plastic labware can also be cleaned in an ultrasonic bath. However, direct contact with the acoustic membrane should be avoided.
No return will be accepted by the seller for any reason without prior written authorization within 30 days of product shipment date. Returns will be accepted only if products are in new, unused, resalable condition in the original packaging, and accompanied by a Health and Safety Declaration as regards potential contamination with hazardous materials due to customer use of the product. The manufacturer reserves the right to assess a minimum 25 percent restocking fee at their discretion. All shipping charges remain payable. This manufacturer assesses order cancellation fees if a submitted order is cancelled prior to shipment.