More Car Detailing Products: Green Hvac Coil Cleaner

Woburn, MA, October 20, 2010 ( ) Daimer Industries, Inc., one of the leading providers of green car detailing products, has released Eco-Green Evaporator Coil Cleaner, a non-carcinogenic air-conditioning treatment designed to improve the efficiency of interior vehicle cooling systems Evaporator Coil Cleaner represents our latest addition to the Eco-Green line of car detailing products for operations concerned about the environment and employee exposure to toxic cleaning agents, explained Matthew Baratta,'s green vehicle solutions spokesperson. As with all Eco-Green car detailing products, this new solution includes a chemistry that will meet OSHA standards, while offering superior effectiveness. Green HVAC Cleaner The new green coil cleaner employs Daimer's Micro-Blasting cleaning chemistry and colloidal technology to remove scale, corrosion, grease, rust, and dirt from vehicle A/C systems. The preparation is designed to prevent the re-disposition of residues. It also has been engineered to improve cooling efficiency by increasing heat transfer along a coil's surface area and potentially reduce fuel costs during summer months. Daimer's plant-based car detailing products contain no corrosive compounds, carcinogens, benzenes, petroleum compounds or other additives found in many coil cleaning preparations. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

Spring Cleaning – A tour through Griot’s Garage detailing products

Microfiber Tech, the Microfiber towel leader, is now offering a line of auto-care products including microfiber auto dusters and detailing towels. In the world of Microfiber technology, not all microfiber products are created equal. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Now Offering Microfiber Detailing Towels and Auto Care Products

Step one. Get your car dirty. No problem here. I just ordered a light snow storm for my drive home from work. It was less than an inch but still enough to get my 2005 BMW 330i ZHP dirty from its wash the day before. For about five years now Griots Garage has offered Spray-On Car Wash whose bottle conveniently has directions on the back. I was really unsure of this whole wash-your-car-without-water thing, but I pressed on in the name of science. Following the directions, I worked from the top-down while keeping my BMW in the shade. Griots Garage shows cars being cleaned with this Spray-On Car Wash and with some thicker green high loft cloths, but not having these I used three detailing microfiber cloths from Costco. I used a liberal amount of these stuff since I wanted to make sure to lift dirt up off the paint and not scratch it. I worked in small sections, as recommended, so as to not let the product dry. The result after three detailing cloths was a clean car in about 20 minutes of work time. I suspect there must be a slight wax component to Spray-On Car Wash since after cleaning it off, you really do need to buff it with a clean microfiber. This gets rid of a slight haze while giving the surface a very nice shine. When I stepped back and looked at my car I was amazed at how well it looked. The exception being my filthy windows, so I hit them with some Invisible Glass cleaner. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit

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