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Liquid Detergent Concentrate removes stains and soils from linens.

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July 29, 2014 - Formulated for cleaning linens in front loading washing machines, Reliance contains wetting agents and detergents that break down surface tension and penetrate deep into soils in order to remove stains and soils from fabric. Non-ionic active blends keep soils and greases from being able to permanently stain fabrics, while controlled sudsing accelerates and increases efficiency of rinsing cycle. Also able to be used in High Efficiency machines, solution is dispensed using closed-loop system.

Sunburst Chemicals

220 W. 86th St, Minneapolis, MN, 55420, USA

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New Reliance Liquid Detergent Concentrate from Sunburst Chemicals Effectively Removes Stains and Soils from Today's Linens

Press release date: July 23, 2014

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Sunburst Chemicals introduces Reliance - a super concentrated, technologically advanced detergent specifically formulated for cleaning today’s linens in front loading washing machines. Reliance contains wetting agents and detergents that break down surface tension and penetrate deep into the soils, removing stains and soils from fabric. The non-ionic active blends keep soils and greases from being able to permanently stain fabrics. Controlled sudsing makes rinsing faster and more effective, even in High Efficiency (HE) machines.

Reliance is dispensed using a closed-loop dispensing system. Closed loop dispensing prevents spills, delivers the ideal use concentration to simplify training and eliminate guesswork, utilizes super concentrated products for maximum cost efficiency and eliminates chemical contact for increased employee safety.

Sunburst Chemicals
220 W. 86th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55420
(800) 899-7627 or (952) 884-3144
fax: (952) 884-1046 
sales@sunburstchemicals.com
www.sunburstchemicals.com

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