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Carlsbad, Calif. (Sept. 10, 2015) –RinseKit, the award-winning portable pressurized shower system, will be providing a water conservation solution for beach showers within California State Parks that have been shut off due to the state’s drought conditions.
RinseKit, which holds two gallons of water and has a spray time of approximately three minutes, offers a water-efficient alternative to traditional beach showers.
“The California State Parks sees RinseKit as a key product for water conservation,” said Brian Ketterer, southern field division chief at California State Parks. “RinseKit is an innovative portable shower system great for reducing water usage after recreational activities.”
Information concerning RinseKit as well as demonstration locations of this unique water conservation product will be available on social media channels.
RinseKit will be offering a $10-off discount and free shipping of its product to California State Park Explorer Pass holders. In addition, RinseKit will donate $10 from each purchase to California state beaches, seashores and marine parks.
“We are so proud to be a part of the drought solution,” said Chris Crawford, founder of RinseKit. “We are hopeful that together, we can inspire people to be more mindful about their water use.”
Born from the need for a better way to rinse sand and salt off surfboards and wetsuits, RinseKit has evolved into a product with a wide range of uses. Whether at the beach, trailhead, campsite, dock or dog park, RinseKit provides an easy, portable and pressurized way for adventurers to keep themselves, their gear and their pets clean. The RinseKit team shares a passion for the outdoors and is committed to creating innovative products for active consumers. For more information about RinseKit visit www.rinsekit.com.