The world’s first cleanroom cart is available for purchase at a price of £199, according to eBay, but its creator says it’s the first of its kind in the UK.
The cart, called the Green Cleanroom, uses an internal system that enables the cart to operate in both a garage and on the road, enabling its owner to clean the floor of the garage.
The Green Cleanrooms is designed for use on the streets and is designed to be completely self-contained, with a built-in solar-powered power source, meaning it is not equipped with a central power source.
The cost is based on the number of carts that the Green Clearrooms can be packed into the car, and it is unclear how many it will be able to carry.
The system also allows for a low-key way of storing items and cleaning the floor without having to worry about getting a lift home.
‘We are very excited to be able be able sell this on eBay,’ said the company’s founder and CEO Mark Schumacher.
‘I think it will sell well, and I think it is going to be very, very popular.’
The Green Clearroom’s creator, Richard Green, said that while the Green is a new cart, the idea behind it was the same as that of the car wash.
‘There is a lot of buzz around this concept,’ said Green.
‘People are very interested in cleanrooms.
They are very passionate about cleanrooms and are passionate about technology and technology and are not comfortable using a car wash, because it is messy and it has to be dirty.
‘If you can do that with your own cart, you can make that into a cleanroom.’
The idea behind this cart is very similar to the car washing, because of the cleanroom aspect, the whole idea is to get the car out of the way and be able go about your life in a clean room.’
It’s unclear if the Green has any other competitors, or if the green cart will sell on eBay, and if the price will go up or down depending on demand.
However, the Green cleanroom is designed as a home-grown idea, meaning that the creator has no control over its availability.
‘In the beginning, we had no idea what kind of product we were doing, but the more we built it, the more ideas came about and more customers started to join us,’ said Schumachers.
‘It has really become a community and I would say that it is a community we are building and it will go on forever.’