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July 14th, 2004
A new Eagle One car wax launched in time for the summer carwash season is surpassing Valvoline's sales expectations and making waves in the scientific community. Nanowax, on sale locally at Auto Zone, Advance Auto and O'Reilly Autoparts stores, was developed at the company's research lab in Lexington with a new technology based on using tiny particles to make huge breakthroughs in areas ranging from paint quality to cancer treatments to traffic lights.
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