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Green Earth Technologies, a consumer goods manufacturer producing "G"-Branded superior performing totally green products, wants to help consumers wash their cars without polluting the earth. Recently, the Department of Ecology in the state of Washington banned washing cars in driveways where runoff can enter storm drains and pollute water. Green Earth Technologies' car cleaner products can solve this problem and help sustain this neighborhood weekend ritual and high school community service activity without harming the environment. G-WASH™ Heavy Duty Hydrophobic Car Wash is a green alternative for ordinary and heavy duty cleaning jobs. It is not a soap or a detergent or a petroleum solvent, but a blend of natural plant-based products, making it safe to wash your car in your street or driveway. G-WASH™ is ultimate biodegradable receiving the ASTM Standard's highest available ranking.
"Green Earth Technologies is committed to releasing environmentally responsible products that will help American consumers continue their everyday routines without harming the environment," said Jeff Marshall, President and CEO of Green Earth Technologies. "Our line of automotive appearance products including G-WASH™, G-WHEEL™, G-GLASS™ and G-TIRE™ address the need for car wash alternatives in the state of Washington as well as across the nation. It is our mission to work with state and local officials to end car wash bans and instead embrace green automotive products."
Consumers looking to clean their vehicle while helping to protect the environment can purchase Green Earth Technologies' 5-Pack Car Care Kit. The kit includes the 4oz. G-Wash Heavy-Duty Hydrophobic Car Wash, 4oz. G-Glass Organic Glass Cleaner, 4oz. G-Wheel Brake Dust Removing Wheel Cleaner, 4oz. G-Tire Ultimate Tire Shine, 4oz. G-Wheel Brake Dust Shield and a Green Earth Technologies license plate. The 5-Pack Car Care Kit is currently available on Amazon.com for an SRP of $12.88.
All Green Earth Technologies products are made with a base derived from either plant or animal fats (beef tallow) and reduce the environmental impact of car care without sacrificing performance.
About Green Earth Technologies, Inc.
Green Earth Technologies produces “G”-branded superior performing totally green products made with American grown base oils that utilize the power of nanotechnology to deliver environmentally friendly products with no compromise…meaning, consumer can now “do their part” without having to give up performance or value; Save the Earth – Sacrifice Nothing™. The G-Brand family of products include G-OIL™, G-LUBE™, G-WASH™, G-GLASS™, G-WHEEL™, G-TIRE™ and G-SCENT™, which are now available in various automotive categories in a variety of retailers, including The Home Depot, Target, VIP, National Auto Parts, Fred Meyer, Trader Horns, The Andersons, Biggs, Bennett Auto, Frank’s Auto Supermarket, Amazon.com and participating ACE and True Value Hardware stores. Please
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