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Permatex Adds ProClean to Fast Orange Hand Cleaner Line

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Permatex Adds ProClean to Fast Orange Hand Cleaner Line

New Permatex Fast Orange ProClean Hand Cleaner is designed to easily remove dried on acrylics, latex, urethanes, polyurethane sealers, shellacs, adhesives, grease and oil.

Permatex says Fast Orange ProClean effectively addresses the weakness of other VOC (volatile organic compound) compliant cleaners and easily outperforms the competition in removing the troublesome hand stains and grime experienced by painters and prep technicians in the body shop market. It is a safer alternative to harsh, drying, and potentially toxic solvents and thinners.

Fast Orange ProClean features a freshly-scented, dual action formula that uses pumice to get deep into the creases to break down latex and urethane paints while the patented microgel drills deep into the stain to effortlessly release it from skin. ProClean is fortified with lanolin, aloe vera, and jojoba to help moisturize dry and cracked hands.

Permatex Fast Orange ProClean is available in a 15-ounce bottle (P/N 65215) and a 64 oz. pump jug (P/N 65230).

Permatex is a manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of premium chemical Articles to the automotive maintenance and repair markets. Permatex markets a wide range of Articles under brand names such as Permatex, Fast Orange, Spray Nine, The Right Stuff, Threadlocker Gel Twist, and Grez-Off.

Permatex currently operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the U.K. and exports Articles to more than 85 countries around the world. North American operations include Permatex’s headquarters in Hartford, CT and a manufacturing, distribution, and technical center located in Solon, OH.

Permatex is a division of ITW (Illinois Tool Works Inc.), a US based, NYSE listed corporation, founded in 1912.

For more information, visit www.permatex.com.

 

 

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