Powerful Hand Cleansers Formulated for
Professionals in the Automotive Aftermarket
The Driving Force for Clean Hands
KrestoGT™ Products are powerful hand cleansers formulated for professionals in the automotive aftermarket. Engineered to deliver high performance, KrestoGT removes the toughest soils that professionals come in contact with every day. KrestoGT products effectively remove heavy grease, grime, oil, adhesives, tar and paint – yet are fine tuned to be easy on the hands. Formulas include Orange Boost, Cherry Turbo, Paint Shop as well as Heavy Duty Wipes.
KrestoGT’s powerful hand cleansers quickly destroy dirt and grime, not your hands. It’s exactly what you’d expect from the world’s leading away from home skin care company. KrestoGT doesn’t use sharp pumice or sand as scrubbing agents, because they can lead to micro-abrasions on skin-and in turn, downtime in the shop.
Experience the performance with KrestoGT.
What are the Issues?
Many of the causes of occupational skin disorders are readily found within garages and workshops of the automotive trade.
KrestoGT Free Trial
Most people have never experienced anything like KrestoGT; so why not try it for yourself by simply filling in the online form to arrange a free sample or trial.
Whether you work with oil, fuel, grease, abrasives, solvents, cleaning chemicals and refinishing paints. There's a product for you.
The Deb Automotive Program is backed-up by an unrivaled package of support, awareness and training materials.
Hand cleansers should not be the source of serious skin problems.
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