NHRA professional driver, Todd Lesenko, will climb into the Jim Dunn Racing nitro Funny Car at Joliet, Illinois this weekend with a new driver’s suit and new livery on the car courtesy of team sponsor, Grime Boss hand wipes. Nice-Pak Products, Inc., the largest global producer of pre-moistened wipes, introduced Grime Boss to the NHRA audience earlier this year as an associate sponsor of Jim Dunn Racing at the NHRA Southern Nationals in Atlanta. Grime Boss is expanding their presence with the team as a primary sponsor on four of the next seven NHRA national events including Seattle, Brainerd, and the U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis.
Grime Boss has immediately come to the front of the hand wipe category for automotive, home improvement, and outdoor sporting enthusiasts based on its portable packaging and ability to take on anything, even the toughest messes on hands and surfaces, while leaving skin feeling great. Jim Dunn Racing Team Manager, Jon Dunn, feels like the company and product they are representing fits the racing industry perfectly. “We have had many racers, teams, and other companies in the automotive industry tell us they have just started switching over to using the Grime Boss hand wipes and can’t believe the difference between not having to go to the sink every time they get grease on their hands, or using a product with chemicals that dries out your hands” said Dunn. “Fans attending an upcoming NHRA national event can come in to our pit area and see Grime Boss products at work anytime.”
Manufactured in the USA, Grime Boss is a unique extra-large wipe with Dual Scrubbing Action, including one tough side and one soft side. The proprietary Pro-Klean™ Formula contains vitamin E and aloe to moisturize hands, without harsh chemicals. Grime Boss wipes are the perfect solution to clean even the toughest messes. Fans can learn more about the product online at www.grimeboss.comand follow the race team at www.facebook.com/GrimeBoss and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/#!/GrimeBoss.