WordwideJanitor Points Out 'No One Likes to Clean the Bilge'

MaritimeEquipment.com
Tuesday, August 20, 2013

“Marine Clean,” a biodegradable bilge cleaner manufactured by Snee Chemical Company, is now available for purchase online at WorldwideJanitor.com to help overcome the problem.

The product can be ordered in single gallon quantities or bulk sizes up to 55-gallon drums for high volume cleaning needs, and is tailored for use at various dilution amounts according to soil load: ranging from Light Duty (1:50) to Extra Heavy Duty (1:5).

Tackle tough boat and bilge cleaning tasks with this synthetic detergent and surfactant. Marine Clean is formulated for use with either salt or fresh water, and works as both a cleaner and degreaser. Consumers are encouraged to add the desired solution amount to existing bilge water before driving their boat–the natural sloshing motion agitates and cleans the bilge compartment. For those areas without bilge water, operators can use a hand mitt, cloth, or scrubbing brush to remove oil, grease, sludge, diesel fuel, or gasoline.

Marine Clean also excels at general boat cleaning, and can be used on all fiberglass, aluminum, and steel. The concentrated strength of this product allows small amounts to go further than traditional detergents, which can result in huge price savings for commercial and industrial marine shipping applications.

“No one likes to clean the bilge,” said Chris Hartwell, President of Inlayout, LLC, the parent company of WorldwideJanitor.com. “Marine Clean makes this difficult task much easier for boat owners, and it makes a great addition to our growing and diverse marine product line as manufactured by Snee Chemical Company. It also makes sense for Worldwide Janitor to carry this product in concentrated form because of the intrinsic value these formulas bring to the marketplace. Fewer resources in manufacturing results in lower cost to the end-user, and by purchasing this product online our customers further eliminate unnecessary spending because they don't have to take that time-consuming trip to a local distributor.”

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