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Bad Axe Restoration Products Introduces Ravage Rinse Organic Stain Remover and Multi-Purpose Cleaner

Following the introduction and widespread success of Bad Axe Particulate Conqueror earlier this year, Bad Axe Restoration Products is pleased to introduce their latest groundbreaking product for the restoration and remediation industry. Bad Axe Ravage Rinse is a super concentrate, non-residue forming wettable powder that uses the power of oxygen for surface preparation, source removal and organic stain removal. 
 
Ravage Rinse is an ideal product for mold remediation, fire, sewage, Category 2 and 3 water losses, trauma, post-mortem and crime scene clean-up projects. The scientifically designed stain remover and multi-purpose cleaner is completely shelf stable and its low toxicity and volatile organic compound (VOC) compliance keeps working and living environments safe for restoration workers and their customers, both during and after the job. 
 
“The removal of accumulated organic and gross soiling on surfaces is one of the most important steps in the remediation and restoration process,” said Chris

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Bad Axe Restoration Products Introduces Ravage Rinse Organic …

Following the introduction and widespread success of Bad Axe Particulate Conqueror earlier this year, Bad Axe Restoration Products is pleased to introduce their latest groundbreaking product for the restoration and remediation industry. Bad Axe Ravage Rinse is a super concentrate, non-residue forming wettable powder that uses the power of oxygen for surface preparation, source removal and organic stain removal. 
 
Ravage Rinse is an ideal product for mold remediation, fire, sewage, Category 2 and 3 water losses, trauma, post-mortem and crime scene clean-up projects. The scientifically designed stain remover and multi-purpose cleaner is completely shelf stable and its low toxicity and volatile organic compound (VOC) compliance keeps working and living environments safe for restoration workers and their customers, both during and after the job. 
 
“The removal of accumulated organic and gross soiling on surfaces is one of the most important steps in the remediation and restoration process,” said Chris

Read more at: http://www.webwire.com/ViewPressRel.asp?aId=212063