Savor the Slopes This Spring With Clean Screen

Are you still enjoying winter sports now that spring has arrived? Nothing can beat a day of spring skiing with fresh powder thanks to Colorado’s ever changing weather and bright sunshine. Protecting your eyes on ski days like those can be a top priority, whether you’re wearing sunglasses or goggles, spots on your lenses are inevitable. If you’re carving down the slopes, you want to be able to see right? Here is where we can help!

Ever heard of Scott’s Liquid Gold? How about Clean Screen? As a younger consumer, the chances are, these words are not part of your everyday vocabulary. I’m here to tell you they should be.

Clean Screen works wonders on all of your electronic devices. No one likes fingerprints on their iPads, or laptop screens, and if any of you have children or younger siblings, you know just how it seems to be physically impossible for children to keep their fingers off your precious flat screen when they see Nemo or some other cute cuddly character. Clean Screen is here to help. Formulated with Reverse Osmosis Solution, this bottle will give you that crystal clear picture you’ve always wanted.

What happens when you’re out on the slopes and you’d rather not carry a spray bottle of Clean Screen? Enter Little Clean Screen. Small enough to fit in your pocket or wallet, and perfect for on-the-go use, Little Clean Screen does wonders for glasses, sunglasses, and goggles. Don’t spend your day on the slopes staring through dirty lenses. Look for us in the household-cleaning isle in many grocery stores and Wal-Marts across the country. For easy shopping, find us online at www.scottsliquidgold.com.

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About Barbara Goldstein

I am the Director of Corporate Communications for Scott's Liquid Gold and Neoteric Cosmetics. I am the third generation to work in this family business founded and based in Denver, CO. We will celebrate our 6oth anniversary in 2011.
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