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Non-Intrusive Rust Remover Gives Out New Set of Samples to Rust Contractors, My Cleaning Products Says the Spray Cuts $1,000s of Rust Removal Expense
Date:5/10/2013

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

There are many things that could depreciate the value of items. Rust is one of the most common of them, hence, the need for rust treatment. And according to My Cleaning Products, its rust remover could help contractors provide a better rust removal service while decreasing their expenses. And to prove that true, the company announced it would be giving out new set of Rusterizer samples to rust contractors and the rest of the public.

Rust could damage almost anything. Although metal corrosion only happens on metal-made items, its stain could mar other materials. Examples of them are fabric, wood, concrete and even plastic.

Particularly, corrosion could make metal tools, equipments, machines and even appliances unable to carry out well their intended purposes. At worse, it could even render them stuck and completely useless. On the other hand, its stain could make pieces and surfaces look unsightly.

To save items from rust and its stain, prompt rust removal must be implemented. Else, intensive repair would be needed or probably, even replacement. And needless to say that could cost bigger than the rust treatment itself.

However, there are circumstances that require professional rust treatment rather than one personally done. And for rust contractors, those circumstances are opportunities to earn a living. But the problem is, a single rust treatment is costly. Contractors have to pay for products, transportation and employees.

According to My Cleaning Products, organic-based rust remover Rusterizer could largely reduce that expense. Not to mention, it could make the whole process safer.

The company explained that Rusterizer is effective enough to do the work of several employees. It stated that it could clear rust in seconds with no scrubbing for hours. And with it replacing employees, MCP stated that it could also cut a rust contractor's labor cost by $1,000's.

Moreover, the company said that the rust remover is made with organic ingredients. And so, it also makes the rust removal process safe even for the clients.

Wanting to prove that Rusterizer is indeed that effective and safe, My Cleaning Products urged rust contractors to try it and offered samples of it. It detailed that anyone could get the Rusterizer Complimentary Sample at MyCleaningPRoducts.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/rust-remover/05-09-13/prweb10720897.htm.


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