Monday, Aug 19, 2019

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Great Guy Gifts Including The BenchtopPRO Parts Washer

Panicked about what to give that special guy on your holiday shopping list?  If he’s a DIY kind of guy then consider The BenchtopPRO parts washer.  Other gift ideas are event related, such as tickets to a game, fishing or golf outing.  Group lessons or lessons with a pro are a good gift if there is a skill that he has always wanted to learn or improve. A weekend get away with his special someone is one of my favorite gifts to give or receive. The good news is you still have two weeks to get it all figured out!



The BenchtopPRO Tackles a Tough Cleaning Job on Two Guys Garage

The BenchtopPRO bioremediating parts washer shines on Two Guys Garage with Willie B and Kevin Byrd.

The BenchtopPRO: The Ideal Father’s Day Gift for the Repairman or Mechanic in Your Life

Introducing The BenchtopPRO, the green parts washer uniquely qualified for tough jobs. This is a non-hazardous, non-flammable, easy to use, easy to store bench top parts washer that uses a self-cleaning (microbial) cleaning solution. The ideal gift for the repairman or mechanic in your life, The BenchtopPRO combines cutting-edge technology and superior cleaning performance, in a self-contained parts washer that is the perfect size for a small shop or home garage. And it comes with a 5-Year Warranty that covers the entire system, including the tank, the pump and the brush.

The BenchtopPRO combines the natural process of bioremediation with BT5 Degreasing Solution, a revolutionary, non-flammable cleaning fluid formulated to work at room temperature. The bioremediation processbegins when microbes (packed in convenient MicroPRO Packs) are poured into the base of the parts washer. These microbes eat the grease and oil washed off dirty parts and turn these harmful contaminants into a harmless by-product of carbon dioxide and water. The BT5 Degreasing solution stays clean and strong through this self-cleaning process, and is ready to use every time you need it.

Bring a smile to the face of your tough Mr. Fix-It with The BenchtopPRO. Rugged construction, bioremediation, outstanding cleaning performance, portability and non-hazardous solution are just a few of the benefits your guy will get when he uses this parts washer.

The BenchtopPRO Gets Fishing Reels Ready for Redfish

Cody is about to leave for a two week camping and fishing trip to Cape San Blas, Florida. Getting your gear ready is a big part of this type of expedition and cleaning his fishing reels with The BenchtopPRO is just one important aspect of a great fishing trip. Sports fisherman need to know that when they have a “fish on”, their reel will have the smooth action required to catch a large redfish, sea trout, tarpon or snapper.

Using his GoPRo camera, Cody demonstrates how to clean a fishing reel with The BenchtopPRO before his big trip and mentions the importance of cleaning his gear of salt water after each outing.

Cody’s now been gone for a week and here are pictures of the trip from the waters of St. Joseph Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, including a large sea turtle. Snapper season begins on May 24th in Florida and will be a great way to end the expedition.

Clean Dirty Car Parts with The BenchtopPRO during National Car Care Month

April is National Car Care Month and the BenchtopPRO is your tool for cleaning dirty greasy car parts.

Here is a recent article from the Car Care Council about the importance of getting your car ready for the spring and summer driving season.

Turn to Spring Car Care After Rough Winter

Many vehicles were neglected during the recent brutal winter months, and could use a little extra care by now. The Car Care Council recommends setting aside a little time during National Car Care Month in April to get your vehicle ready for the spring and summer driving season.

“Your car has gotten you through one of the worst winters in recent memory, working overtime in harsh conditions, but the extreme cold, potholes and road salt have taken a toll,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “Since most Americans rely on their vehicles nearly every day to get to work, school and everywhere in between, taking a little time for car care now can save headaches and money in the long run.”

The non-profit Car Care Council recommends that motorists follow three simple steps during National Car Care Month in April.

Keep your vehicle clean. Regular car washes and waxes protect the paint and body of your car from corrosive debris. In parts of the country where salt is used on the roads, regularly washing is especially important.

To read more tips

For a copy of the council’s Car Care Guide or for more information, visit