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Canadian car care products now available to the public

Silverwax products have previously been limited to car care professionals

Silverwax car care products

With spring finally here, car enthusiasts prepare for the annual ritual of ridding their favourite ride of the last vestiges of winter – detailing. The shelves at your local Canadian Tire or similar store are filled with automotive detailing products from around the world. But, this spring, for the first time, you can buy products developed and made right here in Canada.

Laboratoire Hygienex Inc. has marketed a full line of car care products for dealers and maintenance experts since 1999. Five of the 36 products in their Silverwax line are now available to the public for the first time at Canadian Tire stores across the country: Silverwax Wash & Wax, Interior Protector, Rim & Tire Cleaner, Fast Wax and Paint Sealer.

Popular among detailers at car shows, the Silverwax products are respected for their performance and ease of use. According to the company, the Double Polymer Paint Sealant, is a revolutionary all-in-one product that “capitalizes on the full potential of nano technology for cleaning, restoring and protecting a car’s bodywork.”

The company’s web site – www.silverwax.ca – contains a raft of information on these and other products available on-line as well plenty of “how-to” tips for detailing your car, truck, SUV or motorcycle. 

Founded in 1979 in Quebec City, Laboratoire Hygienex Inc. specializes in the research and development of effective and high tech building products for industrial and automotive use. It has developed three specific lines of products; AKTIF - specialized hand soaps, IMPEK – a line of cleaners for building maintenance and SILVERWAX – the flagship brand for professional automotive and now retail markets.

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