Revolutionary New SoapJet Technology Will Change Car Care and Home Maintenance Forever
St Louis, MO (PRWEB) October 17, 2007 -- For car owners looking for a professional car wash at home with little fuss and lots of ease, the new SoapJet Handheld Car Wash? will fit the bill. Marketed by Schroeder & Tremayne, the leading manufacturer of automotive appearance accessories, SoapJet significantly reduces the time and extra hardware normally needed to wash outdoor items.
SoapJet's patented injection technology, simple one-handed operation and two-trigger design allows the soap and water to mix outside the nozzle for maximum suds on contact. This unique technology permits an instantaneous switch from soap to clear water while giving the user the option of a variety of spray patterns and water strength.
"There is currently nothing more effective or easier to use on the market," said SoapJet inventor Alan Salzman. "We wanted to develop a product that would enable people to get rid of the traditional bucket of water, and that is what we have done with the introduction of the SoapJet."
"We are excited to market this ground-breaking product to the automotive industry," said Jeff Wilmsen, product manager at Schroeder & Tremayne. "The SoapJet technology will make consumer's lives easier by saving them time and effort."
The SoapJet Handheld Car Wash? can be purchased through its web site at www.soapjet.com or in more than 16,000 locations nationwide including Wal-Mart, Auto Zone, Kmart, Kroger, Shopko, O'Reilly's, Pep Boys, Strauss Auto, Car Quest Auto, Checker, Schuck's Auto Supply, Kragen, and Murray's.
Founded in 1915, St. Louis-based Schroeder & Tremayne is a privately held manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of bath and body, and auto-care products. These products include SoapJet Handheld Car Wash?, Viking? Car Care, John Bull Garage?, Elizabeth'Spa?, Garden Botanika? and several others.
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