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Biotech Medical, Inc. Introduces a Full Line of Enzyme Cleaners
Date:4/12/2011

NORTH CANTON, Ohio, April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Biotech Medical, Inc. is set to launch a line of innovative and revolutionary cleaning products, SpectraSan™ "Hungry Enzymes". The products will be available for purchase online at www.spectrasan.com and will include: a Pet Stain & Odor Eraser, Spa & Whirlpool Cleaner, Mold & Mildew Stain Cleaner, No-Rinse Floor Cleaner, All-Purpose Cleaner & Degreaser, Glass & Stainless Steel Cleaner and a Medical Instrument Spray and Medical Enzyme Detergent.

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SpectraSan™ "Hungry Enzymes" are all-natural and proven effective at accomplishing the specific job targeted. They are environmentally friendly and, in certain cases, actually help the task of cleaning the waste and toxic byproducts of manufacturing and everyday life. In contrast, traditional chemicals are not specifically engineered to the task intended and often cause harm to the environment.

Enzymes are a natural part of our world and play an important role in everyday life. They are found in every living organism and life is not possible without them. Enzymes are catalysts – not living organisms. They cause natural reactions to occur faster. Enzymes either start a process or accelerate an existing process. Whenever a substance needs to be removed or transformed into another substance, enzymes are the answer. SpectraSan's entire enzyme product line is non-toxic and non-caustic, does not contain acids or corrosive material and all products are hypoallergenic. They are free of harsh fumes and vapors, phosphates, chlorine, and petroleum based solvents.

Enzyme products are safe and powerful
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