Killer floors

Mans, Jack
February 1994
Prepared Foods;Feb94, Vol. 163 Issue 2, p93
Trade Publication
Presents anti-microbial floor coatings. Palace Guard Inc.'s Bio-Seal; General Polymers's Macroseptic Floor.


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