Cleantools recently announced a partnership with NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson, who will now be the spokesperson for the company's DryShine product.

DryShine cleans, waxes and protects a car's paint job that works without water. The company says that it makes a used car look new and Jimmie Johnson says its nothing less than revolutionary. He added that it removes much of everything that sticks to a car that should not be there, making it look new again.

"We just signed a major agreement with Jimmie Johnson, named most influential athlete in America by Forbes magazine," said Mike Stevens, vice president of Cleantools. "We're especially proud of this alliance because Jimmie very rapidly recognized the quality and unique characteristics of our product. DryShine does exactly what it claims, that's all!"

Jimmie Johnson will be featured in a two-minute TV ad, on the company's Facebook page and on the DryShine website. The TV ad will debut in November 2012.

It appears Johnson will also appear on the Fox network a little longer as well. NASCAR and Fox Sports Media recently announced an eight-year extension worth $2.4 billion, keeping the Daytona 500 and first third of the Sprint Cup Series on the network.