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EnvirOx Cleaners Earn CRI Seal of Approval

July 12, 2006
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Danville, Ill. - June, 2006 - Carpet Complete Carpet Cleaner, and Quick-Spot Carpet Spot Remover hydrogen peroxide-based carpet cleaners have earned the Seal of Approval as spot removers from the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI). The Seal of Approval signifies that both products are effective in removing even the most difficult stains without any damage to the carpet. To obtain the CRI Seal of Approval, products must pass stringent tests administered by an independent, accredited laboratory.

"EnvirOx remains the leader in the development of hydrogen peroxide-based and environmentally preferred cleaning products. The CRI Seal of Approval adds to the list of accolades from professionals who recognize the strength and cleaning efficacy of Carpet Complete and Quick-Spot as alternatives to traditional carpet cleaners," says Patrick Stewart, CEO of EnvirOx, LLC.

The Carpet and Rug Institute developed the Seal of Approval program along with Professional Testing Laboratory, Inc., both based in Dalton, Georgia. "Not all carpet cleaning products are created equal," said Werner Braun, CRI president. "Some products do a poor job of stain removal. In addition, some can adversely affect the color, appearance and performance of a carpet or rug. The goal of the Seal of Approval program is to recognize superior spot removers and to encourage other manufacturers to upgrade their products so they will pass our tests."

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