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Mildew, Mildew, Go Away
New 3M Marine Mildew Stain Remover and Marine Mildew Block Combine
to Help Solve Vexing Problem for Boat Owners

ST. PAUL, MN (February 15, 2005) -- 3M introduces 3M Marine Mildew Stain Remover, a unique formula designed to easily remove mildew stains from a variety of marine surfaces, making it a “must have” for every boat owner. Independent research confirms that mildew stains are one of the primary care and maintenance problems affecting boat owners.

“This gives boaters a great advantage in the battle against mildew,” said Eric Povitz, consumer and key accounts manager at 3M Marine. “Our mildew stain remover comes in an easy spray-and-wipe, fast-acting formula that penetrates tough-to-clean mildew stains and dirt. It’s designed to work in conjunction with 3M Marine Mildew Block. Together, this gives boaters the first, system approach for cleaning and preventing mildew on marine surfaces.”

3M Marine Mildew Stain Remover was specifically designed for harsh marine environments and helps keep surfaces looking cleaner and newer longer, while reducing the amount of scrubbing needed to remove mildew. 3M Marine Mildew Stain Remover and 3M Marine Mildew Block also take out the guess-work, by breaking the process down into three easy steps. First, spray the stain, allowing the remover to penetrate the affected area. Then, wipe clean. Follow up with 3M Marine Mildew Block for long lasting protection. 3M Marine Mildew Stain Remover is ideal for above the waterline applications and works on a variety of surfaces, such as vinyl seat cushions, deck furniture, rub rails and showers. It’s even thick enough to be used on vertical surfaces such as seat backs and ceramic walls. It is recommended that users test for suitability as the formulation does contain bleach and will discolor some surfaces.

“Boaters want products that help them care for their boats, that provide fast results, are easy to use and make boat maintenance less of a chore,” added Povitz. “Now, they can spend less time cleaning and more time boating.”

3M Marine Mildew Stain Remover and 3M Marine Mildew Block are available in 16.9 fl. oz. easy-to-dispense bottles and can be purchased at most marine retail locations.

The 3M Marine & Specialty Vehicles Department, a global technical service marketing, sales and service team, is dedicated to understanding and serving customers with 3M products and solutions for the marine industry. 3M Marine offers a broad range of market leading products, services and technologies for marine manufacturers, suppliers and consumers. For more information regarding products and services offered by 3M Marine, call 1-877-366-2746 or visit www.3M.com/marine.

About 3M – A Global, Diversified Technology Company
Every day, 3M people find new ways to make amazing things happen. Wherever they are, whatever they do, the company's customers know they can rely on 3M to help make their lives better. 3M's brands include Scotch, Post-it, Scotchgard, Thinsulate, Scotch-Brite, Filtrete, Command and Dyneon. Serving customers in more than 200 countries around the world, the company's 67,000 people use their expertise, technologies and global strength to lead in major markets including consumer and office; display and graphics; electronics and telecommunications; safety, security and protection services; health care; industrial and transportation. For more information, including the latest product and technology news, visit www.3M.com.

3M, Scotch, Post-it, Scotchgard, Thinsulate, Scotch-Brite,
Filtrete, Command and Dyneon are trademarks of 3M.


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