Trailer wash fights off chemicals, dirt

Feb. 24, 2012

A new trailer wash from Automotive International attacks the film left on trucks and trailers following exposure to magnesium chloride, traditional de-icing chemicals and common dirt.

The ProGard Truck & Trailer Wash uses a mix of detergents to repel dirt long after washing, the company said. It also removes bugs, tar, and asphalt and can brighten aluminum and can be applied with a brush or pressure spray washer.

Part of Automotive International’s ValuGard product line, it can be used in various concentrations.

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