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S.U.R.&R. Releases Oil Surface Cleaner

S.U.R.&R. says new Oil Baron quickly removes oil stains and spills and outperforms acids and conventional degreasing and poultice products.


<p>S.U.R.&amp;R. says new Oil Baron quickly removes oil stains and spills and outperforms acids and conventional degreasing and poultice products.</p><p style="margin: 0in; margin-bottom: .0001pt;"><span style="font-family: 'Times','serif';">&nbsp;</span></p>

The new Oil Baron product line from S.U.R.&R. is designed to eliminate hydrocarbon spills and stains, making them nonflammable and nonhazardous in a matter of minutes.

The company says the active ingredients in Oil Baron are naturally occurring microbes, which convert hydrocarbons -- like oil, grease, brake fluid, transmission fluid and grease -- into water and carbon dioxide. What’s left can be washed away or disposed of without any special handling. Surfaces are clean, dry and oil-free.

“Anyone who’s spent time in a shop knows keeping oil off tools, parts and floors is a never-ending battle. Until now that is. Oil Baron is a game-changer,” says Bob Joy, S.U.R.&R. national sales manager. “Oil Baron is much more effective, easier to use and safer for the environment than any other product available for keeping repair shops and service bays clean and safe.”

The liquid form of Oil Baron can be applied to horizontal surfaces using mops, automated floor scrubbers and pressure-washers. Oil Baron is also available in an aerosol foam spray that is ideal for cleaning tools, engine compartments and vertical surfaces.

The process for applying Oil Baron is the same as with conventional soap-based and acid-based products, but is more effective, safe, less expensive and lasts longer, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.surrauto.com, 1-800-390- 3996 or email [email protected].

S.U.R.&R. supplies fluid line repair kits and specialty tools to the automotive aftermarket industry and is a division of Husky Corp. based in Pacific, Mo.

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