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World of Clean - cleaning chemicals and equipment

Eco-friendly, safe but effective professional cleaning chemicals - detergent-free microsplitters. Recently released, M-Power Super-Concentrate is probably the 'greenest' carpet & upholstery cleaner available yet out-performs conventional products and does so at surprisingly low cost. See also machines and sundries for the professional cleaner of carpets, hard floors, stone, graffiti and for the control of odours, insects and allergens. The site that offers what others do not.

Listing Category: Business to Business (B2B)/
URL: http://www.worldofclean.co.uk

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