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op-rated wiper blade maker says new PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE wiper blade out-performs rivals in independent tests.
Scrubblade Inc., whose specialty windshield wiper blades are a favorite with Heavy Duty and automotive publications worldwide, reports it has begun marketing a next-generation line of wiper blades.
"Our new PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE wiper blade incorporates significant design advances," says Bill Westbrook, SCRUBBLADE's chief executive officer. "An independent lab comparison showed that the new PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE easily outperforms leading competitors."
He notes that the prestigious Akron Rubber Development Labs found the PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE to outperform other top brands by over fifty percent in road debris removal tests.
"The new PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE's superior scrubbing system removes rain and road debris simultaneously, providing optimum all-weather visibility," Westbrook says. "Thicker hinge design also provides resistance to cracking & splitting, and all SCRUBBLADES are nano-coated to ensure quiet, smooth, chatter-free wipes and added blade longevity."
Westbrook adds that the PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE frame provides superior performance during ice and snow build up, and that the new PLATINUM SCRUBBLADE comes with adapters to fit over 99% of all vehicles.
SCRUBBLADE wipers also received the Popular Mechanics 2011 SEMA Editor's Choice Award during that year's Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) held in Las Vegas.
In addition to the various SCRUBBLADE wipers, SCRUBBLADE also markets SCRUBBLADE WIPER FLUID TABLETS, an environmentally friendly cleaning solution that captured an AAPEX Making it Better award.
For more information on Scrubblade Inc. and its advanced technology products visit their website at www.Scrubblade.com or phone (855) 727-8221. Testing performed by Akron Rubber Development Labs, contact - 330-794-6600.
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