Mean Green Cleaner and Degreaser

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, May 28, 2013

With a blend of biodegradable detergents, Mean Green Industrial Strength Cleaner and Degreaser cuts through grease and grime, speeding maintenance, repair and rebuild projects, the manufacturer said.

This product contains 40 more cleaning ingredients to dissolve grease and grime more quickly than other cleaners, the manufacturer claims, and with 30 percent more solvents and 20 percent more surfactants, even the most stubborn stains are quickly removed from various industrial surfaces – including metal parts and housings, painted surfaces, vehicle interiors and exteriors, shop interiors including concrete flooring, even fabric, carpet and more.

Mean Green has doubled the amount of Chelating Agent, for superior all-around performance.  Mean Green Industrial Strength Cleaner and Degreaser is suited for a wide variety of maintenance, repair and overhaul projects including cleaning and degreasing of service parts for rebuilds, cleaning production equipment, removing spots from concrete shop floors, even cleaning carpet, upholstery and interior/office applications – all without environmentally harmful solvents – and can be used with pressure washers.

This proprietary formula is tough on dirt but because of a slow evaporation rate emits no harmful fumes.

With the ability to tackle multiple facility cleaning applications, Mean Green can reduce the number of cleaning products required, saving inventory costs.

www.meangreendegreaser.com
 

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