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Posts Tagged ‘car repair’

The BenchtopPro – Presented by Andy’s Auto Sport

Bill from Andy’s Auto Sport TV reviewed The BenchtopPRO this week.  Bill is a guy who really understands and appreciates a bio friendly parts washer, describing The BenchtopPRO as a great portable solution for your parts cleaning needs.

Here’s some of the highlights from the video.

An amazing difference between the clean and dirty rocker shaft, compared to when we started.

Degreasing solution - Non toxic, non corrosive, non polluting, non flammable - smells good, like citrus

Bio-friendly: Solution microbes are same as ones used to clean up the 2010 Gulf oil spill – the microbes “eat” the grease

The BenchtopPRO is lightweight, spill proof, self contained  

Great for your garage or portable for your weekend adventures at the racetrack or off roading.

5 year warranty on every component including the pump and the brush


The BenchtopPRO Featured on GearZ TV with Stacey David

Last night, Stacey David, the host of the GearZ TV show on the Speed Network, shared The BenchtopPRO with his viewers. Showing how this portable parts washer can be helpful both in the garage and on the go.

If you missed the episode last night at 8 or 11pm you have a chance to see it again two more times on:

  • Jun 30, 2013 @ 7:30AM/EST
  • Jul 29, 2013 @ 5:30PM/EST

If you work on any type of dirty, greasy parts – you owe it to yourself to check out The BenchtopPRO!

See the BenchtopPRO in Stacey David’s Black Book


The BenchtopPRO Tops “Garage Guy’s” List for Father’s Day


The BenchtopPRO, an easy-to-store, self-contained parts washer that is green and really cleans greasy parts, wax-based lubricants and lots of “things” in the man garage, announced today it is extending its Spring Cleaning price through Father’s Day. As seen on Two Guys Garage, Truck U and was named Popular Mechanics “May Tool of the Month,” The BenchtopPRO continues to be a go-to gift for the “Garage Guy.”

“For the ‘Garage Guy’, The BenchtopPRO brings their workshop to the next level by providing the powerful technology once only available to large industrial and automotive repair facilities into their home workspace,” said Tom McNally with The BenchtopPRO.  “A combination of rock-solid construction and unique features including portability, storability and bioremediation make this the ultimate addition to any workshop this Father’s Day.”


RoadBike Magazine Reviews The BenchtopPRO plus Two Guys Garage Week 3 Contest Answer

RoadBike Magazine reviewed The BenchtopPRO in their most recent edition that can be on on newsstands today. Steve Lita, the reviewer of The BenchtopPRO for RoadBike Magazine says, “The BenchtopPRO is safe for DIY-use is non-irritating, safe to store or transport and cleans up an oily mess well”.

Two Guys Garage Contest Answer: The answer to our weeks 3 -Two Guys Garage Facebook contest discusses the Self Cleaning Benefit of The BenchtopPRO solution and the microbes that make The BenchtopPRO different from other parts washers.

Self Cleaning Benefit of The BenchtopPRO
Cutting edge technology – the only benchtop parts washer that uses a microbe enhanced, self-cleaning degreasing solution. The microbes introduced into The BenchtopPRO keep the degreasing solution clean by eating the grease and oil washed off the dirty parts.

 

 

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Popular Mechanics Names The BenchtopPRO as May Tool of the Month

The BenchtopPRO team is very excited that Popular Mechanics has named The BenchtopPRO parts washer as May Tool of the Month.

Features of The BenchtopPRO highlighted in the article include: The BenchtopPRO is a compact parts washer that uses a gentle but effective soap-and-water solution, to which you add a packet of oil-eating microbes to keep the solution usable and environmentally friendly.  We tested it and it delivers exactly as promised.

 Thanks to Ben Wojdyla of Popular Mechanics for his interest in the BenchtopPRO and also for taking the time to give The BenchtopPRO a thorough test while cleaning parts on his Packard.