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Automotive Cleaners Go Green

November 30, -0001

The G brand of biodegradable green automotive cleaning products from Stamford, CT-based Green Earth Technologies is now being offered to the car wash and detailing industry in bulk. The new program will allow customers to purchase the firm’s cleaning products—which include G-Wash Heavy Duty Hydrophobic Car Wash, G-Glass Organic Glass Cleaner, G-Tire Ultimate Tire Shine, G-Wheel Wheel Cleaner and G-Scent Odor Eliminator—in 55 gallon drums.

According to the International Car Wash Association, the car wash and detailing industry generates more than $20 billion annually, with cleaning or appearance chemicals accounting for approximately 5% of total sales.

More info: www.getg.com
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