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DryBrella Creates A Happy Ending to a Rainy Day

Oct. 26, 2017 – DryBrella looks like an ordinary umbrella. It opens like one. It closes like one. In fact, lying side-by-side with another umbrella there are little or no differences… until it rains. Then the difference is extraordinary. Find out for yourself.

DryBrella uses technology invented and developed for the U.S. Military to repel water from its surfaces. This durable coating, known as EverShield is used to treat the DryBrella’s fabric panels creating a superhydrophobic surface that sheds water better than any umbrella on the market. That means no more dripping mess at doorways, entrances and hallways. And a dry umbrella that can be stored in a purse, briefcase or backpack.

There are three different sizes to meet rainy day needs: A Collapsible Model with a folded size, small enough to fit into briefcases, purses, carry-ons and under car seats. The Stick Model, a mid-sized version with a convenient hook handle. And the Golf Model designed for the course, beach or anywhere larger coverage is desired.

So, the next time you’re making a mad dash in the rain, you may get wet, your car may get wet, your clothes may get wet… but your DryBrella will be dry.

And you’ll live happily ever after.

UltraTech International, Inc. was formed in 1993 with one goal in mind: to create the world’s finest offering of spill containment and spill response products. Since then, its vision has expanded into additional product categories and the company now features a product line of over 350 unique products.

Focusing intensely on meeting customer needs in an innovative and cost‐effective manner, the company has introduced an average of 20 new products every year. UltraTech’s design and development team is credited with over 60 patents. They are industry leaders in spill containment, stormwater management, facility protection, construction compliance and oil spill response.

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