Protect tire rims from harsh chemicals and dressings by using the WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector..
April 24, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Did you know that if you allow brake dust to sit on your wheels for a prolonged period of time, it can eat into the coating and pit the metal? Brake dust is made of carbon fibers that come off the brake pad and tiny metal shavings from the rotor. The intense heat and friction generated by the wheels makes this highly corrosive. Harsh chemicals and dressing from cleaning the tires can also do damage to the wheels. Frequent cleaning is the only way to keep your wheels safe. The WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector allows the user to clean the tires of their vehicle without damage to the rims.
The WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector is a set of four protective coverings, each specifically designed to shield a tire rim while the tires are being cleaned or polished. It provides an easy way to safeguard rims from the harsh solvents, polishes and chemicals, used to clean tires. Also included are four protective ground coverings that keep driveways or garage flooring clean when detailing tires, as well as two soft cloths for use in easily wiping off the individual WASP shields following use. Televised test marketing has been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector.
The Patent Pending WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector was invented by Samuel Bartoli of Monrovia, CA, who said, "Manufactured of a flexible polyethylene plastic material, the WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector easily expands and contracts to accommodate slight differentiations in the size of the individual rims, thus affording a truly secure, customized fit - even for SUVs, trucks, campers, and motor homes. This product eliminates the unattractive streaks, stains and marks that are associated with detailing solvents, therefore possibly extending the life of the tire rim. Perfect for home use, the WASP-Wheel Armor Spray Protector can also prove a valuable tool for professional car restorers, detailers and automotive specialists."
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629
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