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Non-scrubbing stainless polisher now in US

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Florida-based Tides Marine has been named the U.S. distributor for Super Stainless eco-friendly stainless steel cleaner and protector. The non-toxic, biodegradable Super Stainless gel-based solution contains no harsh abrasives and requires no rubbing or scrubbing, the company said in a press release. J

For more information, visit www.tidesmarine.com.

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