Soniclean Vac Inventor To Unveil Unit On ShopNBC
Thursday February 14th, 2013 - 1:09PM
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Zenith Technologies, LLC today announced that its founder Mark Bosses will appear live on multichannel electronic retailer ShopNBC February 15, and throughout all of Presidents Day weekend, to demonstrate Soniclean— a vacuum cleaner that utilizes sonic technology. Bosses developed the new vacuum to make it easier to loosen and remove microscopic particles embedded in rugs and carpets, according to the company.
"My appearance on the national television network ShopNBC is in line with my goal to educate America that there is a revolutionary new way to vacuum, thanks to sonic technology which provides unparalleled cleaning effectiveness," said Bosses.
Bosses has more than 30 years of experience in the vacuum cleaning industry and is the inventor of the Soniclean Vaccum, which according to the company, is backed by numerous patents and can lift particles from rugs and carpets that are as large as 100 microns in size.
Soniclean, which premieres on ShopNBC Friday, February 15, will feature Bosses demonstrating to viewers how Soniclean's light-weight, low-profile vacuum cleans under beds and couches, while bringing a new dimension to the term 'deep clean' as it pulsates at approximately 12,000 vibrations per minute, loosening embedded dirt.
Bosses also will explain how Soniclean pulsates at such a high frequency; it dislodges not only embedded dirt, but also helps brings microscopic particles to the surface. The highlight of the presentation will be a demonstration of the vacuum's suction.
Tags: Housewares Vacuum Cleaners/Electric Cleaning Retail
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