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Stampede To Carry Whoosh Cleaning Line

Amherst, N.Y. — Stampede, an A/V distributor for professional and consumer custom installers and retailers, has signed an agreement with Whoosh to carry its cleaning line for computer screens, mobile devices and television displays. 4/12/2013 07:35:00 AM Eastern

Amherst, N.Y. — Stampede, an A/V distributor for professional and consumer custom installers and retailers, has signed an agreement with Whoosh to carry its cleaning line for computer screens, mobile devices and television displays.

The two-year old Toronto-based company has a line that includes Screen Shine, said to be a powerful and natural cleaner that safely cleans, polishes and protects all screens. The Screen Shine consumer product line is available in a variety of sizes, including Pocket (0.3 fluid ounces), On-the-Go (1 fluid ounce) and Duo+ (one 3.4 fluid ounces and one 0.3 fluid ounces), and all sizes come with a 6-inch by 6-inch W microfiber cloth. For the commercial, industrial and education markets, Whoosh offers a 24-ounce bottle and a 5-gallon pail, the distributor said.

Whoosh Screen Shine is made with biodegradable surfactants, and its proprietary polymers offer a nano-thin invisible coating that provides resistance to fingerprints. Whoosh also sells W microfiber towels designed for screens to clean, polish and protect isplay products. Whoosh is odorless, streak-free, anti-static and water-based, Stampede said.

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