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Chemical Guys CWS_133_16 Glossworkz Hi-Foam Gloss Booster, pH Neutral Carwash and Auto Wash - 16 oz.
In order to prevent the oxidation process, and to maintain a perfect finish, gentle and regular cleansing is necessary. Glossworkz pH neutral brings new light to paintwork finishes and maximizing shine to any surface. Glossworkz is not a soap it is a highly lubricating cleanser. Biodegradable, non-toxic, environmentally responsible and free of harsh detergents. An organically derived alternative to the traditional strong soaps and detergent strippers. The first ever paint cleanser with the chemistry of a gloss enhancer. Give your paint, waxes and sealants the maximum level of shine while extending their durability with every wash. Safe to use on freshly waxed or sealed paint.76% (19)
n 1883, Captain John B. Ford and John Pitcairn established the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company (PPG). They set up shop in Creighton, Pennsylvania, along the Allegheny River about 20 miles north of Pittsburgh. PPG became the first commercially successful producer in the United States of high-quality, thick flat glass using the plate process. The company was also the world's first plate glass plant to fuel melting furnaces with locally-produced natural gas. This innovation quickly stimulated widespread use of clean-burning gas as an industrial fuel. 1898 The company develops a process for producing thinner glass with the plate process, thereby broadening uses for the high-quality glass. By century-end, its plate glass production capacity reaches more than 20 million square feet annually, far exceeding that of any U.S. competitor. 1900s Looking ahead, PPG acquires the Patton Paint Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a good fit for the company since paint and glass products typically reach the customers through the same distribution channels. They also acquire the Columbia Chemical Company in Barberton, Ohio to ensure a supply of soda ash necessary to manufacture glass. PPG becomes one of the first U.S. firms to expand operations in Europe, acquiring a glass plant in Belgium. PPG opens its first research and development facility - today PPG operates three facilities in Pittsburgh and many more worldwide. 1920s The automotive industry starts using more glass as the open touring car gives way to the sedan. PPG revolutionizes plate glass making with straight line conveyor-based ribbon method - a vast improvement over the batch method. PPG begins supplying aerospace transparencies, providing roll-up windows for the Ford Trimotor. PPG acquires Ditzler Color Company and begins producing more than 500 "harmonious hues" to 40 automakers. 1930s PPG introduces Solex heat-absorbing glass. PPG shows its muscle and introduces Herculite tempered glass, several times stronger and more shatter-resistant than ordinary plate glass. 1940s The year before Pearl Harbor is attacked, PPG develops laminated aircraft glass. During WWII, the company converts much of its production into materials for military use and begins to develop synthetic resins that lead to plastics, high-performance paints and industrial coatings. The company has a vision for its future as it patents CR-39 monomer and begins a journey into creating a successful line of optical products (which will later include Transitions lenses.) 1950s Post-WWII prosperity leads to increased car production and home and building construction. The company introduces lead-free house paints and begins to manufacture fiber glass for circuit boards, window screening, and plastic reinforcement. 1960s PPG's businesses are diverse. A number of foreign production operations and strategic planning moves the company toward a global focus. At the same time, the historic plate process for making flat glass is going obsolete with the adoption of the much more efficient float process. Reflecting its diversification, Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company changes its name to PPG Industries. As an added bonus, the company reaches $1 billion in sales 1970s The oil embargo and rising costs of gas and electricity revive interests in solar energy. PPG is the first major corporation to develop a flat-plate solar collector. PPG expands its groovy color palette by introducing the DesignaColor System for custom-tinting consumer paints. 1980s PPG introduces Teslin, a synthetic printing material that resists water, abrasion, extreme temperatures and UV damage. Its durability makes it ideal for passports, photo IDs, maps, menus and much more. In 1987, PPG's chlor-alkali business makes a splash when it introduces the Sustain Pool Care System, delivering chlorine more evenly and accurately for easier pool care. In 1989, PPG begins a flurry of acquisitions that expand the company's offering of automotive, industrial, aerospace, and packaging coatings around the world. 1990s PPG develops photochromatic lenses that automatically darken in sunlight and block harmful UV rays. Today, Transitions lenses are the eyecare industry's most recommended photochromatic lenses. Becoming ever more global, PPG opens a new development laboratory in Japan for automotive coatings. In 1998, PPG proves its "can-do" attitude by devloping more efficient solvent-based coatings for easy-opening lids on beverage cans. 2000s PPG silicas are used to strengthen the perfomance of athletic footwear, while flexible coatings add durability and color. As the need for alternative energy sources grows, PPG fiber glass plays a major role in the manufacturing of lighter and stronger wind turbines. PPG broadens its transparent armor product portfolio with the acquisition of Sierracin Cor$20
random assortment of automotive chemicals and cleaners. at least $75 worth of stuff. everything is at least 3/4 full. waxes, polishes, cleaners, ATF, DOT-3, brake cleaner, brake quiet, etc...
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