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Featured Product: W99 All Purpose Degreaser

by March 23, 2014


If you're looking to easily remove grease, oil stains or surface contamination quickly and easily, W99 is your go-to product. Based on alkaline cleaners that are not caustic and meet stringent environmental standards (including California VOC regulations), W99 can clean the toughest stains.

W99 is so effective that it's one of our top sellers in the European market - especially with the wholesale market such as dealerships, repair shops and carwashes. Why? Once you try W99 you can see how easy and cost effective it is. 

Use it on everything from shop floors to your car's under body. Cleans the engine area, very stubborn oil and grease stains on upholstery and acrylic sealants. Also removes the annoying cosmoline that seeps from the seams of new cars.

Here are some common applications and their respective dilution recommendations:

Remove Acrylic paint sealants 1:4 
Brush-washing plants 1:20 
Steam-jet appliances 1:50 
Engine cleaning 1:3 to 1:10 
Car carpets as shampoo 1:30 as stain-remover 1:5 
Machines (man-made fibres only) 1:5 
Chromium 1:10 
Manual glass-cleaning (not a window washer additive) 1:120 
HGV surfaces 1:5 
Insect-remover 1:5 
High pressure cleaning of hard surfaces 1:300

Available in 1 liter (33.8 fl oz) and 10 liter (2.6 Gallons) sizes.

Fore more information on W99 and to purchase, click here.


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