PermaClear offers a solution

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A new range of professional glass-washer cleaning products has been recently launched by PermaClear to combat the problem of residual marks on drinking glasses. The company says PermaClear Detergent and Rinse-Aid have significant advantages over standard traditional drinking glass cleaning products. “The products are non-caustic and therefore much kinder to glasses with no etching on the glass surface,” says PermaClear. “It also means that glasses can be washed at higher temperatures without the associated risks. When used correctly PermaClear Detergent and Rinse Aid can remove lipstick and grease marks from glasses at a wide range of temperatures with no pre- or post-treatments to save time and money.” Permaclear says the products have been thoroughly tested and approved by Dema Glassware, and work with a major UK glass wash machine manufacturer had confirmed the findings of Dema Glassware in commercial conditions. “The products were developed in response to customer comments regarding disappointing results

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