AKRON, OH -- (Marketwired) -- 05/21/13 -- With spring in full swing, car buffs get their hands dirty pulling every ounce of performance from their vehicles. It's tough work that results in greasy and grimy hands -- hands that need a gentle but effective gel hand cleaner like GOJO Cherry Gel Pumice.
When auto aficionados' jobs are done and they are ready to enjoy their work, it's time for a good gel hand cleaner to cut the grease and scrub the grime to make hands look and feel clean.
"There is almost nothing tougher than the grease and grime mechanics get on their hands while working on cars and trucks," said GOJO Tough Soils Director of Marketing Jim Brown. "GOJO is the number-one brand of heavy-duty hand cleaner in America* with products that remove tough soils quickly, easily and completely."
Brown said soaps not intended for difficult dirt can damage hands. "They can result in over washing and dry, cracked hands that hurt and never really get clean," he said.
GOJO Cherry Gel Pumice Hand Cleaner is recommended in many professional shops. It is a gel hand cleaner with cherry fragrance and pumice scrubbers that cleans dirt, grease and oil. GOJO products are available for retail purchase from online distributors like ACE, www.acehardware.com; NAPA Auto Parts, www.napaautoparts.com; and Utility Safeguard, www.utilitysafeguard.com.
GOJO Industries, Inc., inventors of PURELL® Instant Hand Sanitizer, distributes PURELL hand sanitizer in consumer and away-from-home markets throughout the world. In addition, GOJO manufactures and distributes a full line of products under GOJO® and PROVON® brand names. GOJO has a 64-year history of leadership in improving well-being through hand hygiene and healthy skin. GOJO has products and programs to kill germs on hands and solve skin care-related problems in a variety of markets, including healthcare, foodservice, food processing, manufacturing, automotive, education, government and military. GOJO is a privately held corporation headquartered in Akron, Ohio, with offices in the United Kingdom, France, Australasia, Japan and Brazil. Visit GOJO at gojo.com.
*Results based on a February/March 2010 survey administered by a third party where GOJO was not identified as sponsor. Survey of 500 employees in U.S. and Canada industries where tough soils are encountered. Survey respondents mentioned GOJO more than any other hand cleaner brand in unaided awareness.
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