Extreme Kleaner Hits Shelves at Woodman’s Markets
Extreme Kleaner, the ever-growing line of nontoxic, biodegradable, multi-purpose, cleaner/degreaser products, is now available at Woodman’s Markets in Wisconsin. The eco-friendly line, first introduced in 2012, grew as an independent regional brand when local stores began to adopt the line as part of their new green-living product mix for customers. Over 425 stores now offer Extreme Kleaner, including all Menards home improvement centers, as well as selected locations of Ace Hardware, True Value, Hardware Hank, Trustworthy Hardware, Golden Rule Lumber and other independently owned hardware, grocery and variety stores.
Extreme Energy Solutions, the parent company of the product line, has dedicated its efforts to bring to market green-related consumer products and innovative green technologies which aim to uplift the human family and solve important societal challenges, such as improving air and water quality and reducing people’s negative influence on the environment.
Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and president of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., explains, “We saw a need for other green consumer products in the market. With demand for more eco-friendly product choices for use in the home, it made sense for us to lend our expertise and skill sets in developing and taking to market other products where we could best contribute to those product categories; hence the development of Extreme Kleaner.”
For cleaning tips or more information about Extreme Kleaner, visit ExtremeKleaner.com.
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Extreme Kleaner, a nontoxic, biodegradable, multi-purpose cleaner and degreaser product line now found in major retail and independently owned hardware, grocery and variety stores.