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Adirondack Green is a brand of green cleaning products manufactured by Spray Nine Corporation.
Additional recommended knowledge
Adirondack Green products are Green Seal certified concentrated cleaners used diluted with cold water for pressure washers, automatic scrubbers, general purpose mopping, regular maintenance cleaning, and heavy-duty cleaning. Depending on the product and usage, the labels recommend a dilution with water of anywhere from 1:8 to 1:64.
Robert Brown, a chemist, created the Spray Nine formula in 1956. He introduced Spray Nine as America's first ready-to-use spray cleaner. Spray Nine is currently sold in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Sources: "Product Gallery", department in Clean Design and Operations, Spring 2007, publisher: Vendome Group, LLC, New York, NY; "Spray Nine is a Local International Company", by Portraits 2004, publisher:The Leader Herald, Gloversville, NY 12078; "Spray Nine Certifiably SHARP", July 24, 2006, see http://www.issa.com/news/news_detail.jsp?newsid=839; "Green Seal Certified Products", see http://www.greenseal.org/findaproduct/index.cfm; "OGS List of Green Cleaning Products", see http://www.ogs.state.ny.us/bldgadmin/environmental/CleaningProducts.xls; "Greener Operations Now", 2007 Q2 - Green Cleaning, published by Hospitals for a Healthy Environment http://www.h2e-online.org.
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