Cul-Mac Industries LLC is conveniently located north of Detroit Metropolitan Airport on 18 acres in the city of Wayne Michigan. With over 190,000 square feet of mixed manufacturing and warehouse space our facility is capable of manufacturing over 200 proprietary formulations packaging in sizes ranging from 16 ounces up to 5000 gallons. Since 1981, our family oriented company has prided itself in exceeding customer demands by providing high quality products at an exceptional value.

In addition to the Cul-Mac Brands, Cul-Mac is proud to supply some of America’s largest corporations with their private label cleaning chemicals

Cul-Mac warehouse and manufacturing facility in Wayne, Michigan with shelves stocked with chemical products
Cul-Mac Industries, Inc. established operations making windshield washer solvent, gas line and recreational vehicle antifreeze. Cul-Mac quickly became one of the largest manufacturers of automotive chemicals in the Midwest.
Cul-Mac Industries expanded by joining forces with Kimco Janitorial. Together we began production of a complete line of professional cleaning products.
Under the name Tech Group, Cul-Mac Industries expanded by introducing a comprehensive new line of car wash cleaning chemicals to the automatic car wash industry. The Tech Group line of premium quality car wash chemicals became one of America’s most popular brands with sales throughout North America.
Began the production of swimming pool chemicals. The addition of swimming pool chemicals resulted in distribution across the Midwest.
Cul-Mac Industries acquired Standhardt Chemical, a Grand Rapids, Michigan based company. Standhardt Chemical sold car wash cleaning chemical under the Magic Finish name. The Magic Finish line of car wash and detail chemicals is known for its superior formulations and effectiveness. Click here to learn more about Magic Finish products.

Kirk Milling with support from Salt Creek Capital acquires Cul-Mac Industries and is now serving as its President and CEO. With over 30 years of senior level experience in the chemical industry with stops as CEO of Ciner Resources (NYSE: CINR), OCI Enterprises, and  Rhône-Poulenc, he is responsible for the strategic direction, vision, and growth of Cul-Mac.