California-based autotech startup, Knowsmoke, is excited to announce its partnership with The Home Depot, the world's largest home improvement retailer, to offer Ion, an innovative rapid- response test kit that detects toxic levels of tobacco-specific chemicals inside a vehicle.
Ion, Knowsmoke's flagship product, provides a quick, objective solution to detect the presence of toxic cigarette residue, also known as thirdhand smoke, within a vehicle's upholstery.
"We are thrilled to partner with The Home Depot to make thirdhand smoke testing more accessible to car owners," said Nathan Shaver, CEO and Cofounder of Knowsmoke. "With this partnership, we can help people protect their health and make informed decisions when it comes to buying or renting a car. It's our mission to provide the tools necessary for people to objectively measure smoke history when deciding whether to buy or rent a car."
Ion will be available for purchase online through The Home Depot’s website, offering US-based drivers quick and convenient access to measuring vehicle smoke history. The partnership represents The Home Depot's ongoing commitment to provide its customers with innovative solutions that meet their needs and improve their lives. By partnering with The Home Depot, Knowsmoke continues to position itself as the automotive industry’s standard for smoke detection and smoke damage prevention.
About Home Depot
The Home Depot is an American home improvement retail corporation that sells tools, construction products, appliances, and transportation rentals. Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement retailer and the 4th largest retailer in the United States with 2,200 retail locations in North American and an estimated 2.2 billion website visits annually.
Knowsmoke is a science-first, California-based technology company developing tools that objectively measure smoke history when buying, selling, or renting a vehicle. Knowsmoke is the company behind Ion, the world's first rapid test that detects tobacco-specific chemicals in a vehicle's upholstery at toxic levels.
Learn more about Knowsmoke at knowsmoke.com.