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Glass cleaner added to Bio-Kleen line

Bio-Kleen has made a part number and label change to include Bio-Kleen Glass Kleen, a glass and all surface cleaner, to its marine/RV/auto line of cleaning products.

Glass Kleen had previously only been included with the company’s household line of cleaners. Bio-Kleen decided to make the part number and label change with its marine/RV/auto line because of demand and requests from customers and its fit into cleaning applications for all styles of boats, RVs and autos.

Bio-Kleen Glass Kleen is a glass and all surface cleaner that is used to clean a variety of hard surfaces including: windows, mirrors, counters, Formica, floors, ceramic tile, chrome, appliances and windshields. This cleaner is sprayed on and wiped clean, leaving surfaces streak-free.

A release from the company stated the product will remove fingerprints, smoke film, regular build-up and dirt and grease. The products use will mostly be the windshields’ and glass on vehicles throughout the RV, marine and automotive industries but it can be used to clean chrome and throughout the interior of RVs. Bio-Kleen Glass Kleen is available in a variety of sizes including: 32 oz (M01307), 1 gallon (M01309), 5 gallon (M01315) and 55 gallon (M01316).

This product has the same cleaning quality and environmentally safe attributes that Bio-Kleen practices in all its products. Bio-Kleen Glass Kleen is ammonia free. The product also has no artificial fragrance added and is biodegradable, non-toxic, non-aerosol and ozone safe.

For more information, visit Bio-Kleen’s website at www.biokleen.com.

About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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