New Eco-Green® Cleaning Chemicals Clean Glass, Floors, Count Tops And Walls

Date: 12 March 2010

Date: 12 March 2010

Environmentally-safe Glass & Multi-Surface Cleaner targets the public works sector with a broad-use formulation that saves time and money.

Online PR News – 09-March-2010 – WOBURN, MA U.S.A. – March 9, 2010 – Daimer Industries® Inc., an established vendor of green cleaning chemicals for the public sector, has shipped Eco-Green® Glass & Multi-Surface Cleaner.This new non-streaking green cleaning formula removes oils, grease and more from glass, chrome and other shiny and non-shiny surfaces without dangerous cleaning compounds.
“This multi-purpose glass and green cleaner removes a variety of muck from myriad surfaces,” noted Matthew Baratta, manager. “Our chemical engineers developed a formula that cleans and even prevents the re-disposition of soils on surfaces after they've been cleaned.”
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