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Daytonabrands, Inc. , a manufacturer and marketer of innovative consumer products for the automobile and home announced today that it has acquired exclusive retail rights to the only Nanotechnology Engine Treatment Formula that has been approved by the U.S. Government.
Daytonabrands, Inc. Enters U.S. $4 Billion Category by Acquiring Exclusive Retail Rights to U.S. Government Approved Nanotechnology Engine Treatment
IRVINE, CA | Posted on January 18th, 2007
"We are extremely excited about this huge product category and especially of the product formula. When added to engine oil it protects internal metal-to-metal friction surfaces by bonding to friction surfaces, whereby creating a substitute wear surface that reduces critical component friction. The formula meets engine manufacturer's warranties, does not contain chlorine or other potentially harmful components and will not compromise lubricating oil characteristics. Increased engine performance, faster starting in all climates and longer engine life are the results," stated Scott Harkness, of Daytonabrands, Inc. "We will be launching a complete line of Engine Treatment Products through DRTV, infomercial and DR Print in early spring 2007."
"This formula has been perfected and proven in the harshest conditions worldwide for years, in nearly every type of engine on earth including massive Ocean Liners - Huge Earth Moving Machinery - Fleet Autos right down to Small Engines. This formula is superior to anything that is on the market or that has been on the market and we are about to prove it," further stated Harkness.
Daytonabrands has been a pioneer in applying superior technologies to the $33 Billion automotive aftermarket industry. The company's products first appeared on QVC and have since been sold through leading retailers including but not limited to Lowes, SkyMall, Ace, Savon, Costco, Walgreens, Checker Auto Parts, Schuck's Auto Supply and Kragen Auto Parts.
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