Eco-Green from Daimer Industries

Friday, May 01, 2009

Daimer Industries is introducing Eco-Green, a line of eco-friendly cleaning chemicals. Eco-Green, features over 100 non-toxic, plant-based formulations, with specific formulas for the marine industry including: Boat Wash & Cleaner, Bilge, Boat & Marine Cleaner, Deodorizer & Cleaner, and Boat Hull Cleaner.

Eco-Green, employs Micro-Blasting technology, which breaks down dirt and stains into microscopic particles that disperse in water and repel one another. The particles are easy to remove and less likely to re-adhere to cleaned surfaces.

Daimer Industries is a manufacturer, importer and worldwide exporter of the 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 a line of Micro-Blasting Eco-Green chemicals that employ patented, proprietary chemistry.

(www.daimer.com)

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