Sellars Introduces New Clean Task™ Foodservice Towels

Sellars Absorbent Materials, a Milwaukee-based manufacturer of wipes, absorbents and towel and tissue products, has developed a line of durable, absorbent wipers for cleaning and sanitizing in foodservice applications.

“The competitively priced Clean Task line features three products that are color-coded for use in different cleaning zones and are available in light and heavy-duty grades,” according to a press release. “Clean Task towels are sturdy so the wipers can be used on a variety of rough and smooth surfaces. The mesh-like towels easily pick up and hold food debris and liquids. In addition, since the towels are a strong, cloth-like material, they can be rinsed multiple times throughout the day before being disposed.”

Clean Task towels are available in pink, green and blue and are conveniently packaged in a quarter-fold format.

The pink and green towels are for light-duty cleaning of counters, tabletops, appliances, and other surfaces. The blue towels come in a heavy-duty grade that’s treated with an antimicrobial to inhibit the growth of stains and odor-causing bacteria.

For more information on Clean Task wipers from Sellars, visit

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