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New Polymer from Lubrizol

June 12, 2013

Noverite 100 delivers shine and protection.

The Lubrizol Corporation’s latest launch is the Noverite 100 polymer. According to the company, it features novel, proprietary technology that provides shine and protection in floor cleaners and polishes, furniture polishes and sprays, multi-purpose cleaners, and kitchen and bathroom cleaners.
 
Noverite 100 polymer is based on a new film-forming technology that provides gloss and stain protection benefits that can be used in a variety of surface cleaners and is suitable for use in a wide range of substrates, from hard woods to granite and synthetic surfaces.


Customized performance from a typical cleaner application to premium surface appearance restoration can be obtained by choosing a use level that balances the cleaning performance with the visual impact of shine, protection and micro-scratch filling abilities. 


More info: www.lubrizol.com/homecare/noverite100
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