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Eco-Green® Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner from Daimer® cleans a variety of surfaces using a safe, biodegradable formula
Daimer Industries® Inc., an exporter and provider of plant-based auto detailing products, has released Eco-Green® Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner, a biodegradable, soy-based cleaning formula designed for non-porous hard surfaces found on and inside vehicles.
"Our Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner is effective and safe for use in auto detailing operations concerned with the health of their employees and the environment," said Daimer.com spokesperson Matthew Baratta. "Like our other green chemicals, this cleaning compound relies on a patented cleaning technology."
Daimer®'s line of green chemicals for auto detailing is composed more than a dozen cleaning products, ranging from truck cleaners to degreasers to windshield washer fluids. The recently introduced preparations are based on organic substance -- without dangerous VOCs or solvents. Eco-Green® natural cleaning products biodegrade in about half the time it takes competing products. The auto detailing formulations are safe for cleaning professionals and employees as noted in the zeros listed in the NFPA's hazard diamond.
The Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner for car detailing features Daimer®'s proprietary Micro-Blasting® technology that uses nano-sized particles to breakup grease, dirt and oils and without dangerous solvents.
The new formulation cleans as well as deodorizes washable, non-porous hard surfaces, such as hardwood, ceramic or painted metal and plastics.
Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner can be diluted or straight from the container for cleaning with steam cleaners or brushes. A gallon can be diluted to make up 15 gallons.
Part of a New Line of Natural Cleaning Chemicals
Daimer's Eco Green products are also available in more than 100 formulations designed for a variety of industries and applications, notably: hospitality, auto detailing, janitorial, retail, carpet cleaning, construction, manufacturing, marine and agricultural.
Additional information about Daimer®'s mobile car wash and auto detailing products can be obtained at www.daimer.com/auto-detailing/ or by calling direct 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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