Federal Process Corporation has donated multiple pallets of its popular Tub-O Towels automotive- and industrial-grade power cleaning towels to a Cleveland-based effort to aid victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Part of the company’s Free All and Gasoila product families for automotive and industrial professionals, the Tub-O Towels power cleaners are packed in sealed 40-count containers that will be helpful to victims of the January 12 quake as well as the thousands of relief workers, medical professionals and others now helping in the Caribbean nation.
Federal Process employees delivered the power cleaning towels Thursday to organizers of “Operation Haiti Relief” in downtown Cleveland.
“The devastation we’re seeing in news reports is almost beyond comprehension. It immediately became apparent to our team that we could offer support through a large shipment of products that will help both workers and victims,” said Federal Process Vice President Richard Schmidt.
Available through leading automotive and industrial distributors, Tub-O Towels heavy-duty power cleaners remove even the toughest stains from the hands, work clothing and most hard surfaces. Automotive and industrial professionals rely on these large, environmentally friendly towels to clean their hands, tools, equipment, counters and other surfaces soiled with grease, tar, ink, paint, “permanent” marker, RTV silicone, PVC primer and other materials.
Federal Process Corporation was founded in 1915 as a manufacturer of pipe thread sealants developed specifically for the emerging petroleum manufacturing and distribution industry. Today, the company’s dramatically expanded product offering and market presence demonstrate the value of innovative solutions that are preferred by professionals and consumers.