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Eco-Green® Heavy-Duty Car Wash boasts advance Micro-Blasting® nano-technology for industrial-strength cleaning that will not harm the environment.
Daimer Industries®, Inc., an internationally-recognized source of green cleaners, green cleaning products, and green chemicals, announced Heavy-Duty Car Wash, a new addition to its Eco-Green® product line. This soap- and solvent-free, bio-based formulation removes petroleum derivatives, grease, oil, bugs, road tar and tree sap from vehicles without harming metallic or rubber surfaces -- or the environment.
"Waste from toxic chemicals concerns most businesses and particularly car washes and auto detailers," said Daimer.com spokesperson Matthew Baratta. "Heavy-Duty Car Wash is one of the first products to offer both safety and cleaning power."
Green Chemicals for Vehicles
Daimer®'s Eco-Green line of green chemicals for cars and trucks includes more than a dozen formulations. These natural cleaning products rely on a plant-based chemistry that excludes synthetics, VOCs, and solvents. All Eco-Green® products are noted as readily biodegradable. These bio-based cleaning solutions biodegrade almost completely within thirty days, considerably faster than competing formulas. The products also offer safety that has been recognized by the zeroes in the NFPA hazard listing.
Heavy-Duty Car Wash is unique among vehicle cleaners because it is based on Daimer®'s Micro-Blasting® green chemicals that relies on nano-sized particles to penetrate and remove dirt, tars and oil particles for easy, fast cleaning.
The non-ionic, green clean vehicle cleanser and degreaser is free rinsing and has been engineered to prevent dirt and grease from re-adhering to car surfaces. Heavy-Duty Car Wash can be applied with a bucket and sponge, dispensed in closed-loop car wash systems or applied with pressure washers.
More Green Chemicals for Vehicles
Daimer's other new Eco-Green green cleaning chemicals for the vehicle and auto detailing market include: Truck Wash, Chrome & Steel Metal Cleaner, Deodorizer & Cleaner, Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner, Upholstery Cleaner, Glass Cleaner and Carpet Care, a green carpet cleaner.
For more information on Eco-Green green cleaning products, green chemicals and cleaning chemicals visit www.daimer.com/eco-green-chemicals/ or phone Matthew Baratta at (888) 507-2220.
About Daimer Industries
Daimer® is a major supplier and worldwide exporter of the cleaning industry's leading line of KleenJet® steam cleaners/vapor steam cleaners/steam cleaning equipment; Super Max™ commercial and industrial pressure washers, including cold water, hot water, and steam pressure washing machines; XTreme Power® floor cleaners, including carpet cleaners, hard surface cleaners, and floor buffers/scrubbers/burnishers; and the line of Micro-Blasting® Eco-Green® environmentally friendly cleaning products that employ unique technologies and a patented, proprietary chemistry.
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