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All natural, biodegradable, concrete sealing formula provides a super hard, waterproof layer of protection

Eco-Green® Concrete & Stone Sealer Raises the Bar for Green Chemicals

Woburn, MA | Posted on October 9th, 2009

Daimer Industries, Inc.®, a major supplier and worldwide exporter of cleaning equipment and green cleaning products, announced Eco-Green® Concrete & Stone Sealer, a fast-acting, all-natural concrete sealer that forms a protective coating for highly trafficked stone surfaces.

"This is one of the first concrete sealers that uses no harmful metallic binders and produces no noxious, dangerous fumes," said Daimer.com spokesperson Matthew Baratta. "This is one of our top sellers in buildings and other busy establishments."

Daimer®'s extensive Eco-Green® line of green chemicals and green cleaners includes more than 100 products and formulations. Derived from plants and vegetables without any ozone-depleting substances, synthetics or harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs), Eco-Green® formulations are readily biodegradable. The green chemicals biodegrade by more than 90% within 28 days, or about 50% faster than most competitors, according to testing performed by an internationally known laboratory. The green clean products are also safe to use and clean with a high level of safety as evidenced by all zero values on the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) hazard diamond.

The stone and concrete sealer features Daimer®'s unique Micro-Blasting® technology, which uses nano-based particles, 1/80,000 the thickness of human hair. These tiny, natural cleaning particles bond with surfaces and form an invisible, protective layer.

The concrete floor sealer dries to a vibrant shine and protects a variety of stones surfaces, including: concrete, cement or stone sidewalks, walkways, and floors, while locking out moisture. The concrete sealing formula enhances color, prevents staining, and protects against: efflorescence buildup, oil, grease, carbons, algae, mold, mildew, rust, salt, corrosion, traffic wear and tracking. In addition, surfaces sealed with the product, resists damage from scuffs and scratches and react well to conventional buffing or high speed burnishing.

New Line of Green Chemicals

In addition to Concrete & Stone Sealer, Daimer®'s Eco-Green® green cleaning line offers solutions for a variety of cleaning needs and includes: Graffiti Remover, Carpet Care, Road Salt Eliminator, Deodorizer & Cleaner, Grease Trap Degreaser & Treatment, Commercial Drain Opener & Cleaner, Multi-Purpose Hard Surface Cleaner, Floor Finish Stripper & Emulsifier, Ultra-Power® Parts Washer & Cleaner, Tile & Grout Cleaner, as well as green chemicals for most industries.

Industrial and commercial users of cleaning formulations and cleaning business owners that would like to reduce the costs associated with hazardous material disposal and the liability associated with the use of toxic/harmful substances can learn more about Eco-Green® green chemicals online at www.daimer.com. Questions and requests for additional information can be directed to Matthew Baratta by calling (888) 507-2220.

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About Daimer Industries, Inc
Daimer® is a major supplier and worldwide exporter of the industry's leading line of KleenJet® steam cleaners; XTreme Power® carpet cleaners, hard surface cleaning machines, floor buffers/scrubbers/burnishers; Super Max™ and Vapor-Flo® pressure washers; and the line of Micro-Blasting® Eco-Green® ecologically friendly green chemicals that employ unique technologies and a patented, proprietary chemistry.

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(888) 507-2220

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