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Two-piece steel cans rev up motor products profile

 Based in Eden Prairie, MN, Sea Foam is a leading supplier of motor treatment products and fuel additives for gasoline and diesel engines.
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Sea Foam products are now on retail shelves nationwide, dressed in two-piece steel cans from DS Containers and topped with specially-designed plastic closures from Bericap North America.

Developed over 60 years ago as a carburetor cleaner for outboard motors, Sea Foam has steadily gained prominence in the automotive market as an all-around high-performance cleaning agent, especially for fuel injectors, oil systems, and combustion chambers. “We like to think we can do a superior cleaning job on anything touched by gasoline, motor oil, ethanol, or diesel fuel,” says Matthew Hanson, President of Sea Foam Sales Co. “And we are impressed by the distinctive look, durability, and the improved pouring characteristics of the new two-piece containers.”

The products are custom-filled/distributed by Emco Chemical Distributors, Inc., North Chicago, IL, and Twinco, Milwaukee, WI.

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