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From Eastwood Co., a new pressure washer

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Pottstown, Pa.-based The Eastwood Co., innovators of do-it-yourself automotive restoration tools and accessories, introduced an Electric Pressure Washer that the company says makes quick work of power-washing vehicles, decks, driveways, siding and boats.

Mark Robideaux, Eastwood product manager, says the product generates up to 2,175 psi, with a working pressure of 1,450 psi. It sells for about $200.

Eastwood’s Electric Pressure Washer also includes two soap tanks, one that can be filled with car wash soap, and the other with a stronger solution specifically for siding, concrete and decks.

Robidoux added, "Our new model has all the features people want in an easy-to-use, pro-quality washer, things like adjustable soap-dispensing, pinpoint-to-12-in.-wide pattern adjustment. And it plugs into any standard 120-volt outlet."

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PlaceTile Designs flexible cookie jar

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PlaceTile Designs is rolling out a series of cookie jars that give consumers control over the design.

The 10-in. by 7.5-in. ceramic cookie jars have a socket for interchangeable, maentically attached motif designs to make them customizable for a variety of themes. The jars also have a writeable area for an erasable marker to be used to label it. 

The Fits for the Occasion Cookie Jar is described as “a new take on the classic cookie jar.” It sells for about $56.95. 

Themes include Holiday, Nature, Timeless, Safari, Coastal and more.

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Williams Insulation expands in Missouri

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Williams Insulation, part of the Masco Contractor Services family of companies, announced its expansion into the Joplin, Mo., area. 

Williams specializes in insulation installation, including fiberglass batt, blown fiberglass and cellulose and spray polyurethane foam.

"We opened up our newest Williams Insulation location in Joplin to help better serve our growing customer base in the Southwest Missouri, Southeast Kansas, Northeast Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas areas," said Richard Wilson, division manager. "With locally based Installation Product Specialists, we take pride in our local relationships and getting to be a part of the building process for both homeowners and builders."

Williams Insulation also maintains offices in Kansas City, Kan.; Lake Charles, La.; Houston; San Antonio; Beaumont, Texas; Corpus Christi, Texas; and Dallas.

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