Mean Green Industrial Strength Cleaner & Degreaser, with a unique blend of biodegradable detergents, is ideal for "spring cleaning" of outdoor dining areas. With 40 percent more cleaning ingredients, grease and grime are quickly dissolved, while 30 percent more solvents and 20 percent more surfactants lift stubborn stains off all surfaces - including tile, concrete, pavers - even asphalt and parking areas.
Mean Green has doubled the amount of Chelating Agent, for superior all-around performance. In addition to sprucing up outdoor dining areas, Mean Green Industrial Strength Cleaner & Degreaser is ideal for a wide variety of "back of house" restaurant applications including cleaning of range hoods, walls and counter tops, cleaning stationary or mobile barbecue grills, even removing oil and grease from parking lots - all without environmentally harmful solvents.
This proprietary formula is tough on dirt but because of a slow evaporation rate emits no harmful fumes.
With the ability to tackle multiple restaurant applications – including those in the dining areas and the back of the house - Mean Green can reduce the number of cleaning products required, simplifying ordering while saving inventory costs.
"Restaurant owners love the versatility of Mean Green," says director of sales Pat Foley. "Whether cleaning barbecue grills, or washing down range hoods, the industrial strength formula tackles messy back-of-house restaurant applications. It is ideal for tile or carpet floors, walls, counter tops, and more. With a unique formulation and unparalleled strength, Mean Green also spruces up parking areas so that restaurant owners can begin forming a good example before patrons even step foot in the restaurant."
Mean Green Industrial Strength Cleaner & Degreaser is packaged in sizes to suit any restaurant use - ranging from a 32-ounce trigger spray bottles to 55-gallon drums. Product is available from distributors, or directly from the Spartanburg, South Carolina factory.
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