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Detailer launches car care product line

LAS VEGAS — The products are focused on surfaces commonly found on classic cars.


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Chemical company wins TCPN contract

ATLANTA — The Cooperative Purchasing Network members have access to the company’s wide range of products through the contract.


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Restore all interiors to their original, brand new appearance

Follow these tips to give every customer a fresh interior, no matter how stubborn the stain.

Following the correct procedures is key to making sure each job looks its best. Adhere to these tips to give every customer a "brand new" interior.


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Chemical company hires new regional manager

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The new hire has more than 14 years of relevant sales experience in the field.


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Removing the toughest stains

Finding the right tools, right products and right procedures to clean any vehicle’s interior.

Food and drinks, markers and crayons, these items frequently leave their mark on the seats, carpets and floor mats.


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Industry Watch

How to start a carwash: Monitoring chemical use

Once a chemistry balance has been set, owners should look for the most effective methods to check and monitor their wash's use of chemicals.


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Balancing your chemical use

Create a detailed checklist to ensure clean vehicles without wasted product.

There is little doubt that waste is the one of the biggest enemies of a profitable business.


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Chemical company announces new maintenance manager

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — New hire brings more than 30 years of experience to his position.


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The cold, hard facts about water

Understanding how the types of water in a carwash impact product performance.
In general, there are three types of water that are used in carwashes: Hard water, soft water, and reverse osmosis (RO) water. It is important to understand how and where to best utilize each of these types of water in a carwash.
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