Simple Green is simply marvellous!
The Simple Green story began over thirty years ago, long before "environmentally friendly" products were mandated by law. Bruce FaBrizio and his father developed a safer alternative to the toxic cleaners then being used to remove tannic acid, a by-product of coffee roasting, from roasting machinery. It took three years to perfect the biodegradable, not-toxic, non-flammable, non-abrasive formula. After its initial success, Bruce began selling Simple Green to automotive and industrial customers in 55-gallon drums; which he delivered in his van, for use as a cleaner on equipment and floors.
In 1979, just as initial retail marketing efforts were beginning to pay off, Bruce's father died. Bruce managed to keep the business alive and in 1981 gave his company the name it continues to carry - Sunshine Makers, Inc. Simple Green was then introduced nationally into several new markets including Hardware/Do It Yourself, consumer grocery & drug, GSA (government) and Club-Store classes of trade. In the early 1990s, Bruce created the Environmental Technology Division within his company in order to define the cutting edge of today's cleaning solutions and solidify his company's high standards for environmental responsibility.
Today, over 3 million dollars have been spent to prove the safety and efficacy claims of Simple Green. Sunshine Makers, Inc. is still owned and operated by Bruce P. FaBrizio. Bruce lives in Corona Del Mar, California with his wife Viviana and their happy family of five pampered pooches.
Simple Green is one of the most versatile all-purpose cleaners you can buy! It's non-toxic and biodegradable, without harmful bleach or ammonia. Because it is a concentrate, you can custom dilute Simple Green to clean just about anything. It replaces most cleaners, detergents, degreasers and solvents you're using now! Discover the value and power of Simple Green and your green will go a lot further, too.
- Non-Toxic, Biodegradable
- Non-Ionic, Non-Flammable, Non-Abrasive
- Exempt from OSHA & EPA special handling & personal protection requirements for hazardous materials
- Economical Concentrate
- Safer alternative to hazardous chemicals and solvents