Product News: Cleaning Products & Equipment
Flatwork Ironer Cleaning Cloths promote peak performance, finish.
Press Release Summary:
August 17, 2012 - Along with abrasive mid-section for aggressive removal of accumulated lint and grime, TingueKleen cloths feature soft, padded trailing edge for capture of loosened debris. Products are offered with designed-in cleaner pocket and leave ironer ready for safe, smooth, and efficient operation. Premier, Supreme, Regular, Cylinder Pad - Small, and Cylinder Pad - Large styles accommodate needs of small and large roll flatwork ironers and cylinder ironers from any manufacturer worldwide.
Tingue Brown & Co.
Original Press Release
Tingue, Brown & Co. Introduces TingueKleen Line of Flatwork Ironer Cleaning Cloths
Press release date: August 13, 2012
Five, New, Proprietary Designs Clean Nearly Every Ironer Make, Model Worldwide
Saddle Brook, NJ: Laundry product supplier Tingue, Brown & Co. (www.TingueBrownCo.com) has introduced the TingueKleen line of flatwork ironer cleaning cloths. Launching with five different styles, the new TingueKleen line of ironer cleaning cloths features a proprietary design concept that combines an abrasive mid-section for aggressive removal of accumulated lint and grime with a soft, padded trailing edge that captures the loosened debris and leaves the ironer ready for safe, smooth, efficient operation. The leading edge clearly indicates the proper orientation and direction for feeding and is offered with a designed-in cleaner pocket.
Forming the foundation of an effective cleaning and lubrication schedule, the TingueKleen line of flatwork ironing cloths is used at the start of each shift in conjunction with proper waxing to promote peak performance and optimum finish quality. Designed by and available exclusively from Tingue, Brown & Co., the TingueKleen finishing equipment product line includes the Premier, Supreme, Regular and Cylinder Pad - Small and Cylinder Pad - Large styles to accommodate small and large roll flatwork ironers and cylinder ironers from any manufacturer worldwide. The flatwork ironer model, flatwork material, volume, preferred type of wax and other factors are used to determine the ideal cleaning cloth for each individual ironer. Company representatives offer free specification guidance.
For more information, contact Ty Acton, National Sales Manager, Tingue, Brown & Co., 309 Dividend Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269 USA; 800.829.3864; Fax 770.486.0975; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.TingueBrownCo.com.