The Rag Company Podcast
Episode 92

Innovation & Imitation In The Detailing Industry | DETALKS

Dane Hennen published on

At what point do innovations become imitations in the detailing industry? What if an imitation is improved? Does it then become innovation? Join us on this controversial topic and hear from the opinions from the Detailing Pro's. Rupes Marketing Manager Dylan Von Kleist joins the set of Detalks for a popular "discussion" within the detailing world. With 20 years of experience as a detailing guru, Dylan brings a outsiders perspective on the free market and "innovation." As many people know, microfiber isn't a patented material. Manufactures are free to create whatever they feel is an effective tool to clean cars safely and effectively. The Rag Company is not just a distributor, but also a manufacturers of Microfiber products. We have been creating products for almost 20 years and have experienced innovation and imitation. With Polishers, it's a bit different. There are patents on machines and the way they work. Dylan explains how the Rupes machines will have imitations, but none of them live up to the standard of Rupes.

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Guests: Dylan Von Kleist Recorded by Dane Hennen & Anthony Fisher Edited by Anthony Fisher

 

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