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Cyclo Industries Introduces A High-Performing, Stink-Free Engine Clean To Tackle The World’s Dirtiest Engines Without The Stink

Engine Clean is a unique formulation of low-aromatic solvents and citrus infused cleaners.

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Cyclo Industries has announced the launch of a No Stink Engine Clean. It’s a new solution for customers who require a powerful engine-cleaning product that will degrease their dirtiest engines, stink-free, the company said. 

Engine Clean is a unique formulation of low-aromatic solvents and citrus infused cleaners. The proprietary blend is designed to turn dirty, greasy engines to sparkling like new engines without having to endure the usual stink associated with other engine cleaners, according to the company. 

Cyclo’s Director of Research & Development, Mike McGlynn said, “For years we listened to mechanics complain about the awful stink during a routine engine clean. We took this complaint to heart and created an outstanding new product that is not only best in class, but is also extremely pleasing to the nose.”

Cyclo Industries launch of No Stink Engine Clean will raise the bar for all engine cleaning products industry wide, the company said. It is a high-performance solution that will degrease the toughest jobs across the globe stink-free.

Cyclo Industries delivers high-performance products in the automotive, heavy duty/fleet, industrial, agricultural and marine services. For more information about Cyclo Industries and the new No Stink Engine Clean product, visit www.cyclo.com.

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