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2/5/2015

Cleaner, Degreaser Suits Multiple Applications

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Available in spray bottles, 1-, 5-, 30- and 55-gallon containers as well as 275-gallon totes, CR Brands’ Mean Green cleaner dissolves grease, grime and hard-to-remove stains.

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Available in spray bottles, 1-, 5-, 30- and 55-gallon containers as well as 275-gallon totes, CR Brands’ Mean Green cleaner dissolves grease, grime and hard-to-remove stains. It is suitable for routine or periodic cleaning, maintenance, concrete stain removal and machinery rebuilds. The cleaner can be used with pressure washers, dip tanks and parts washer tanks.

With 30 percent more solvents and 20 percent more surfactants, stubborn stains are lifted off all surfaces from fabric to concrete. This version of the formula also contains double the amount of chelating agent, for better all-around performance. The cleaner is suitable for variety of industrial and manufacturing environments, containing no environmentally harmful solvents. A slow evaporation rate means no harmful fumes.

According to the company, the cleaner’s ability to perform multiple industrial cleaning applications means that it can reduce the number of cleaning products required, saving inventory costs.

CR Brands, call 513 860 5039 or visit crbrandsinc.com.

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