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Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) introduced a no-streak

December 9, 2005

Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) introduced a no-streak formula Glass Cleaning Gel with advanced “no-drip” technology, manufactured under its Franklin Cleaning Technology brand. The ready-to-use formula is designed for use on windows, mirrors, windshields or any glass surface. With its pleasant, fresh spearmint fragrance, Glass Cleaning Gel also works great on chrome, stainless steel, plastic, vinyl, porcelain and ceramic surfaces. Special cleaning agents eliminate dirt, grease, grime and more, leaving surfaces clean and residue-free. Glass Cleaning Gel is not atomized into the air like traditional cleaners. The unique Franklin gel formula results in virtually no atomization during application, which contributes directly to improvements in indoor air quality.
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