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Anti-Rust plus

Anti-Rust plus

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Experiencing a flat tyre whilst cycling is not fun.

Anti-Rust plus has the latest technology to fix flat tyres and protect the rubber from punctures.

“Anti-Rust plus is a new product imported from China. It has an ISO 9001-2001 certification and is inexpensive,” said Chea Try Ang, a sales manager at Dr. Tyre Company. “The quality is good enough to fix flat tyresand there’s enough in one bottle to last a year.”

His company wanted to assist Cambodians by saving them the hassle of faulty tyres and spending money on repairs, he added.

Customers are assured that if they are unhappy with the product, Ang’s company guarantees a full refund.

Interested parties may find Anti-Rust plus at most motor vehicle shops.

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