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Thursday, 09 December 2021 13:55

Letting Dirty Steve do the cleaning!

Written by  Mark Daniel
The range is made up of biodegradable products. The range is made up of biodegradable products.

Dirty Steve is a new range of automotive cleaning products designed to bring maximum shine to utes, 4WDs, side-by-sides, ATVs, tractors and farm equipment.

The range includes a foaming wash, foaming degreaser and, for boat owners, a marine engine flush salt elimination wash – all using products that are biodegradable.

And, as a bit of fun, the products are infused with a range of unique scents for an enjoyable washing experience, for instance, the Foaming Wash comes in a banana flavour, so that it not only lifts and removes dirt and other contaminants from external surfaces with little effort, but smells great too, plus it leaves behind a ceramic (hydrophobic) layer of protection.

To remove stubborn surface contaminants, such as oil, grease and grime, the Foaming Degreaser comes in a strawberry flavour and is said to be ideal for removing heavy-duty oil, grease and grime. It is particularly suitable for use on farm bikes for removal of chain lube residue, stubborn oil and grime, particularly under trailers, 4WDs, utes and farm equipment.

Designed to be applied directly to surfaces prior to rinsing with water, this innovative formula sticks to grime, activates and breaks down contaminants to be easily rinsed away with water.

Dirty Steve has designed special applicators that click onto a water hose for easy application of both the Foaming Wash and Foaming Degreaser.

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