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Oil Eater Fleet Wash enivonmentally safe way to clean trucks and equipment

Oil Eater Fleet Wash enivonmentally safe way to clean trucks and equipment

The new environmentally safe Oil Eater Fleet Wash is formulated to effectively remove grease, diesel, dirt and bird droppings from trucks and heavy equipment.

Ultra-concentrated, the low-voc cleaner/degreaser is non-acid, non- corrosive, non-hazardous and biodegradable. The high-foaming wash can be diluted up to 100:1.

It works in hard and soft water, cleans carbon deposits, lubricates brushes, is safe on proportioners and is ideal for friction or touchless wash systems.

It also is safe for polished aluminum, rubber, vinyl and paint when used as directed.

Oil Eater Fleet Wash is available in a 1-gallon bottle, 5-gallon bucket, 30- and and 55-gallon drums and a 275-gallon tote. 

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3555 W. Howard St
Skokie, IL
US, 60076


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