Founded in 1915, Federal Process Corporation began with just one product – Gasoila (pronounced Gas-oil-ah) Hard Set Sealant. In 1994, a product was created for the industrial business to remove sealant, now known as Tub O’ Towels. However, once it was discovered that this strong wipe had thousands of uses outside of the industrial space, it was introduced to the retail market in 2011. Now, seven years later, Tub O’ Towels Heavy Duty Cleaning Wipes is a staple in auto body shops and garages across the US.
Tub O’ Towels is not just for greasy outdoor projects (although they are perfect for that too!). Tub O’ Towels is also great for cleaning the daily messes that all of us deal with. These heavy-duty wipes can be used on strollers, car seats, car interiors, carpets, floors, walls, and so much more!
While many people have heard of these amazing wipes found in the yellow container, did you know that Tub O’ Towels makes wipes for other uses as well? They also make wipes for cleaning Carpet and Upholstery, Stainless Steel, and Granite and Marble.
We’re so excited today to let you know that Tub O’ Towels Stainless Steel and Granite & Marble wipes are now available at your local Target store and at Target.com! That’s right, you can pick them up on your next Target run!
ENTER TO WIN!
Today, Janessa from Thrifty Nifty Mommy is sharing her excitement over this launch (and the fact that she was featured on the Target website!) and to celebrate, I’ve teamed up with her and a few other bloggers to bring you a great giveaway featuring Tub O’ Towels! One lucky person will win a prize package featuring a 40-pack of Tub O’ Towels Stainless Steel Wipes, a 40-pack of Tub O’ Towels Granite and Marble wipes, and a $100 Target gift card!
This giveaway is open to residents of the US only and ends May 13th, 2019.
Enter using the Giveaway Tools entry form below. Good luck!
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Tub O’ Towels. Tub O’ Towels is responsible for prize fulfillment. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest. All opinions are my own.