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HEAVY DUTY HAND wipes brand, Grime Boss, has secured an online listing with retail giant Amazon following its successful UK launch last year. An essential for professional tradesmen and DIY enthusiasts, Grime

Boss’ parent company, Nice-Pak International, has sealed a deal with the online retailer in response to growing consumer demand for a quick and easy way to clean up tough dirt. Amazon is currently stocking three different pack sizes, to cater for the needs of all of its customers. UK manufactured Grime Boss Heavy Duty Hand Wipes, are designed

to remove oil, grease, adhesives, paints and grime, quickly and easily shifting dirt from hard working hands and helping to leave the skin feeling moisturised, thanks to a specially created Pro-Klean formula with aloe vera and vitamin E. Andrew Freeman, commercial manager at

Nice-Pak, said: “From our research, we know that consumers are looking for a product to clean hands effectively, without the need for water. Following strong sales in our existing stockists and a positive response from consumers, this strategic online listing makes our product readily available and convenient

for our

customers to buy.” Ideal for cleaning up after DIY jobs

around the house and garden and on the go, Grime Boss Heavy Duty Hand Wipes are currently available on

Young student dazzles judges

JAMIE OLIVER, A 21-year-old student from K College in Folkestone proved himself as the finest young decorator in the country after wowing the judges towards the end of last year, in the Johnstone’s Young Painter of the Year competition. The award aims to showcase young talent, reward best practice and encourage

young people to enter the painting and decorating industry. Open to students working towards NVQ level 2 or an Intermediate Construction Award in Painting and Decorating, Jamie fought out for the top spot at the National Painting and Decorating Show, where they were tasked with undertaking two days of highly skilled painting, following a detailed specification under the watchful eye of technical experts and fellow professionals. After being presented with the award, Jamie said: “I am absolutely delighted to

have won. It was a very proud moment which has definitely been worth all the hard work I put in. I’d encourage all young painters and decorators to take part.” 2014’s entry form is now available at

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