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Canadian Made Degreaser

Degreaser Made In CanadaFX-9 Incorporated

Baie Verte, NL

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From your family pool to the BBQ.  Clean up your house with FX-9 without the need for protection or the worries of harmful chemicals. FX-9 Incorporated is proudly manufactured in Canada and distributed worldwide. There are a number of products on the market which claim to be “green” or eco-friendly, but FX-9® remains unmatched in the industry in MSDS strength, safe properties, functionality, and government stock approvals. This degreaser made in Canada is so stable that no extreme safety measures need to be taken. FX-9® delivers a healthy and quality pre-emptive solution to your maintenance needs.

canadian degreaserAll Clean

Calgary, AB

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All of the All Clean products including degreaser made in Canada are produced in Calgary, Alberta. All Clean also DOES NOT test their products on any animal, or defenseless being.

canadian made degreaserSTUFF Lubricants Inc.

Richards Landing, ON

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STUFFF ™ was derived accidentally. While working on a truck one day I ran out of a competitor’s products. I was a happy “Home Brewer” of biodiesel so I grabbed a bit of it and put it in a squirt bottle to use as a lubricant. To my amazement it worked fantastic. Much better than the other stuff I had developed a habit of buying. The more I used it on all the job I did the more I realized all the powerful characteristic the vegetable oil based product had. I began to see that I might be on to something. Every test I ran exceeded my expectations. Every time my expectations were exceeded I grew more and more excited about the possibilities.

The more I tested the more I found new ways to use the STUFFF ™. Problem was, I was coming up with all these great ideas for product lines including Canadian made degreaser but didn’t have a clue what to call this stuff. I was referring to stuff as “stuff”. A friend saw the obvious and suggested I call it STUFF. So, I checked on copywrite and trademark laws and discovered that common words aren’t eligible for a trademark. Turns out that Stuff is a common word, who’d a thunk? But, STUFFF ™ isn’t common. That was it. I applied for the trademark on STUFFF ™ and started producing sample products. First came Shop STUFFF ™ (a powerful penetrant) in squirt bottles, then came Shop STUFFF ™ in spray cans, then came Lube STUFFF ™ (a powerful lubricant), then Chain & Cable STUFFF ™. The product offerings have change with market demand but the performance has stayed the same or better. And it’s not stopping there. More High Performance Fluids & Lubes are in the works and currently being tested.

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