Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)

3M Lanka introduces ‘do it yourself’ car care product range

- BY KEISHARA PERERA

3M USA’s fully-owned subsidiary, 3M Lanka (Pvt) Ltd. recently introduced a range of ‘do-it-yourself’ car care products to the market which will save users a trip to the service station by enabling them to service their vehicles at home.

The product range includes the 3M Car wash soap, Quick wax, Microfiber detail cloth, Tyre restorer, Glass cleaner and Leather and vinyl restorer which can now be purchased at leading supermarke­ts in the country

he six products are priced at Rs.2210, Rs.1980, Rs.535, Rs.1980, Rs.725 and Rs.2100 respective­ly.

“This will give our customers the benefit of servicing their vehicles at home and save time and money as well, since car care rates will

The range includes the 3M Car wash soap, Quick wax, Microfiber detail cloth, Tyre restorer, Glass cleaner and Leather and vinyl restorer which can now be purchased at leading supermarke­ts in the country

only increase in the future with the increase of electricit­y and labour costs,” 3M Lanka Division Manager, Rasith Senarath said.

He added that since in Sri Lanka a vehicle is the owner’s second most valuable asset after his land and house therefore giving it the required and appropriat­e care was essential.

According to 3M Lanka, with the new car care range a wash and wax would only cost a vehicle owner Rs.576 and a wash only would cost Rs.378.

With the 3M Quick wax, users will be able to treat their vehicle to a profession­al high gloss finish in a matter of minutes with the bonus of Carnauba wax protection while the 3M Micorfibre detail cloth easily removes wax and polish residue and finger marks.

Further the 3M tyre restorer brings back a natural, long lasting shine to the cars tyres and the Glass cleaner, which features a no-drip foaming action that clings to vertical surfaces to create a genuinely streak free shine, can be used for a sparkling finish.

The 3M Leather and Vinyl restorer removes dirt and grime from leather, vinyl, rubber and plastic without leaving a residue.

3M Sri Lanka began its operations in 1994 and has since establishe­d itself in diverse industries such as Health care, Electro communicat­ion, Infrastruc­ture, Constructi­on, Apparel, Woodworkin­g, Automotive markets, Personal safety and security and Consumer markets.

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3M Lanka Division Manager, Rasith Senarath explaining the benefits of 3M Do-it-yourself car care products

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