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Shurhold

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Shurhold is an American manufacturer of detailing products and car care related products. The brand doesn’t focus on just cars, but also boats, RV’s and caravans. It is one of a few brands that offers products, machines and tools under 1 name.

Shurhold products

Shurhold offers a wide variety of products that is not solely aimed at cars. Unlike many other manufacturers, Shurhold aims their products at the maintenance of many different type of vehicles. The products, tools and machines can be used on cars, bikes, boats, RV’s, caravans and different type of motorhomes. An example of this is the “On a stick” range, which offers different type of attachments that can be placed at the end of a stick for a longer reach. The range of products aimed at car care includes microfiber towels, nozzles, shampoo, wax, cleaners, APC, washmitts, brushes, buckeets, hoses, polishing machines, quick detailer, polish, pad cleaners and compound.

Shurhold history

Shurhold originates from 1973, the year William E. Peach started a company in his garage. William admitted to not having any knowledge about the design or manufacture of cleaning supplies, but he knew quality and inspected every product that left his shop to uphold the highest standards. The company moved a few times in the following years to accomodate for its growth. In 1998 the company was bought by Barry Berhoff who managed to expand the company even more into a 20.000 foot manufacturing facility. Shurhold is the original inventor of the “One handle does it all” system, giving the customer 1 handle that can connect with all kinds of accessories. Today, the garage-born company is led by Barry Berhoff and Brett Berhoff.

Company information

Shurhold is located in Florida, America and has its own company website. The company is fairly active on social media, and is only seen on detailing fora or message boards when represented by a reseller, customer or distributor. The company is not often seen on detailing or car care related events or meetings, except when represented by a reseller.

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