Product News: Cleaning Products & Equipment

Wet/Dry Vacuum Cleaners are designed for motor vehicles.

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April 8, 2009 - Including 20-gallon unit GWD 20 and 9-gallon machine GWD 9, compact wet/dry vacuum systems are designed for transport and maneuverability in and out of vehicles such as cars, RVs, buses, boats, and aircraft. Vacuum cleaners are powered by 2-stage 1.8 hp vacuum motor, and come standard with various hand tools and upright wand.

US Products

181 W. Agua Ave., Coeur D'Alene, ID, 83815, USA

Original Press Release

New Line of Wet/Dry Vacuums Introduced Specially Designed for Motor Vehicles

Press release date: March 16, 2009

U.S. Products introduces the GWD wet/dry vacuum systems designed specifically for use in cars, RVs, buses, boats, aircraft, and other vehicles.

The GWD vacuums are compact and made for easy transport and maneuverability in and out of vehicles.

The system includes the GWD 20, a 20-gallon unit, and the GWD 9, a 9-gallon machine.

Both have a powerful, high-performing, two-stage/1.8 horsepower vacuum motor; are easy to operate and are exceedingly durable.

The GWD wet/dry vacs come standard various hand tools and an upright wand.

For more information, visit www.usproducts.com/carcare, call 800-257-7982 ext. 121, or e-mail sromero@usproducts.com.

About U.S. Products

U.S. Products has been manufacturing carpet, drapery, upholstery, restoration, and ceiling cleaning equipment for more than 25 years. The company is well known for its innovative internal heating systems that deliver 212 degrees at the wand tip, top-quality components, and solid-state circuitry for precise operation and equipment control.

U.S. Products contact information:
181 West Aqua Ave.
Coeur d' Alene, ID 83815
Visit: www.usproducts.com/carcare
Phone: Stephen J. Romero
(800) 257-7982 Ext. 121 E-mail: stephen.romero@usproducts.com
Professional Car Care Products Division
U.S. PRODUCTS

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