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No Scrubbing Rust Remover Could Cause Contractors To Fire Employee's and Save $1,000's To Their Bottom Line, Explains

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013

A rust remover could either make or break the rust removal process. My Cleaning Products firmly agrees to that statement. And so, wanting to help ease the burden of a rust elimination, it revealed to the public the rust cleaner that has been the secret weapon of rust contractors for years. In addition, it offers a free sample of it so everyone could prove its effectiveness.

Rust or corrosion brings in several structural and financial problems. It weakens metal items and if not promptly treated could render tools, equipments and furniture completely useless. Moreover, its stain makes surfaces and other pieces look unsightly, thus, degrading their aesthetic value. Because of all those negative things it could cause, My Cleaning Products stated that a rust removal process must be implemented once corrosion is spotted.

My Cleaning Products explained that rust basically forms when iron reacts with oxygen in water or moisture. And because water is everyday used in the kitchen and the bathroom, the two are the areas most vulnerable to rust invasion. The fact that water is used in them daily is the basic reason for that, it pointed out.

However, the site stated that apart from kitchenware and bathroom items, rust could also damage non-metal pieces. Particularly, it said that rust stain could also blemish items made of fabric, wood, plastic and even concrete.

To prevent anything from being completely overtaken by rust, as mentioned, MCP said that a removal process must be immediately implemented soon after the corrosion is detected. But, to make it easier to complete the treatment, it said a rust cleaner's help is needed. And among the many rust sprays available today, it asserted that Rusterizer is the best.

According to My Cleaning Products, Rusterizer is not like any other rust remover. It is made with organic-based ingredients, hence, it is non-toxic. In addition, it requires no hard and long scrubbing to show its positive results.

Because of those characteristics, the site said that with Rusterizer, one could do the rust treatment by himself. And with no employees needed, the use of the solution could cut the labor cost of rust contractors by $1000 or more. That's the basic reason why it is the contractors' secret weapon for several years until today, it said.

And now that Rusterizer is also available to the public, thanks to its new licensing agreement, My Cleaning Products asserted that anyone could already enjoy its financial benefit. So, it encouraged the public to pick it over any other rust converter or rust inhibitor.

But for anyone who still doubts the effectiveness of the product, the site urged him to test it himself. MCP said that they are giving out complimentary samples of Rusterizer. To try it, it asked shoppers to grab a sample from

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