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Fine Touch Disposables specialises in disposable gloves, gowns, hats, clothes, bedding and wipes for medical and industrial use.

We operate from our Head Office in Christchurch with a well established distribution network delivering disposable protective wear to our customers throughout New Zealand. More...   

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