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Rubber shoe cover, made of 100% natural rubber. Wrinkling sole for slip resistance, water proof, good elasticity, good resistance against acid and alkali, non-toxic, No stimulating smell. They can be widely used in industry, agriculture, food processing, etc. There are totally 4 sizes. Different colors are available. Package: 100 pairs/case.


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Rubber shoe cover, made of 100% natural rubber.

Wrinkling sole for slip resistance, water proof, good elasticity, good resistance against acid and alkali, non-toxic, No stimulating smell.

They can be widely used in industry, agriculture, food processing, etc. There are totally 4 sizes. Different colors are available. Package: 100 pairs/case.

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    Charcoal foundries can reach temperatures in excess of 1,000ºC, which is well above the melting point of hobbyists. This project should only be attempted with adequate knowledge and training, proper protective safety gear, and in a fire resistant area with adequate ventilation. The sparks flying from the foundry can ignite fires, and the fumes from burning dross can be toxic. Use caution and common sense. Be safe and have fun, but always remember that any project or experiment is at your own risk.

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