The reason? Lockers needed to be lubricated. That’s it.

NO soccer, NO baseball, NO tennis, NO football. All because the lubricant that the school was using was so toxic that it needed to ventilate for a full 48 hours.

That night, Bill couldn’t stop thinking about this. Are lubricants really that dangerous? What about the dusty blue and yellow can in everyone’s garage?

The next day Bill met his business partner Adam Stolpen for coffee. And by the second cup, they decided they were going to create a safer alternative.
As two tinkerers and proven entrepreneurs, they were confident they could invent a 21st-century solution. But, they also knew that they couldn’t just come out with a "green alternative" that works almost as well. If they were going to take on the industry’s WD-goliath, their product needed to work better.

They created Nexus Green, a non-toxic, sustainable and VOC-free lubricant that works better than any other formula on the market. It ensures no school, commercial buildings, and other public places would ever have to close again for something as mundane as lubricating lockers, hinges or other routine maintenance. No longer would making things move come with the risk of harming your loved ones and employees.

It has over 1,000 uses and we’re still counting.....and yes, you can use it for that too.

The mission of Safe Harbour Products, Inc. (SHP) is to create the most effective lubricating and penetrating solution with the latest components available. Our product, Nexus Green, beats all the competition and is environmentally safe, non-toxic, non-flammable, and sustainable.

About The Founders

  • Bill
    Woodworth

    COO

    Bill has 30 years of experience working in the private and public sectors. He has a general management background with strong operational experience in ventures he has successfully developed, launched, managed and sold. While a student at Tulane University, Bill founded Kalamazoo Property Partners, acquiring over 500 housing units in 4 states, and Michigan General Management to oversee the properties. He created Lancaster Development to acquire and package residential real estate projects and the insurance brokerage firm Great Lakes Risk Management, which was recently sold. Bill was President of New York City's oldest continually operating residential realty firms, the William B. May Real Estate Corporation, which grossed over $300m in sales on his watch. In 2006, he founded New York Private Realty Group. Bill served in the public sector as Administrator of Southern MI Head Start. He also developed his airplane hobby into Aero Innovations, Inc., a manufacturer of General Aviation, Custom, Modifications, and sportsmen class aircraft.

  • Adam
    Stolpen

    CEO

    Adam offers decades of experience as an attorney and entrepreneur, launching and managing opportunities across a broad range of businesses. With extensive Federal experience as Legislative Counsel in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, he worked as both a professional advocate and representative for numerous business interests. A Georgetown University Law School graduate, Adam was the youngest Director of Governmental Affairs of a Fortune 500 Company. As a business owner and creator, he has been responsible for concept branding, executive team development, corporate financing, general management and design of business strategies for both consumer and online markets. He has been a founder and principal in a broad range of domestic and international startup companies.