InventionHome Lands Big Success for Inventor of the Bake-a-Bone

What do the flavors Peanut Butter, Mint, and Snickerdoodle bring to mind? Do they conjure images of your favorite ice cream on a hot day or a bakery filled with the smell of fresh baked cookies? For inventor Louis K. of Arnold, Missouri, they represent dog bones; fresh, healthy dog treats for the discerning pet owner.

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Featured Invention – Bowl Breeze

This featured invention post addresses…um…a rather sensitive topic. It can be offensive…and embarrassing. Let’s see, how can I put this delicately. It’s about stinky bathrooms.

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Invention of the Month – Stomp Weeder

From early Spring through Fall, my backyard becomes my escape from the rat-race, the arguing kids, and cooped-up indoor evenings. I relish in the early blooms of my dogwood tree, the amazing details of the columbine flower, and the deep reds and pinks of the rosebushes.

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We’re thrilled to have our product selling in Lowes

Oftentimes successful, money-making products are simple solutions or improvements to basic, every day problems, the kind to leave people wondering, “Why didn’t I think of that?” For the inventors of the Caution Clip, that’s exactly the reaction that most people have. The product is so simple, yet has so much money-making potential for three every day guys.

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Featured Invention Tipsy Tower

Inventors Gordon and Carri B. of Jensen Beach, Florida developed a charming product to help create whimsical vertical displays of flowers very easily. They call it “Tipsy Tower,” and it provides a streamlined and interesting way to stack multiple potted plants into a vertical area.

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Featured Invention – Windshield First Aid

Here’s a simple and inexpensive invention that can save big headaches and a lot of money. I’ve you’ve ever driven a car behind a gravel truck or on a gravel road, it’s possible that your windshield was damaged by flying gravel or rocks. Oftentimes, the damage starts as a small chip and is barely even noticeable… and at that stage it’s relatively inexpensive to fix. However, if you don’t ...

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Featured Invention – The Handy Holder

In western Pennsylvania (home of InventionHome) and across the US, the start of fishing season is just around the corner, so we thought we would introduce you to “The Handy Holder” from our inventor, Thomas H. of Oregon City, Oregon.

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Invention of the Month – Dignity Towel: The Caregiver’s Helper

People ages 65 and over represented 12.4% of the US population in the year 2000 but are expected to grow to be 19% of the population by 2030. With the growth of the elderly population comes a growth in the need for caregivers…whether skilled nurses or loving family members. And subsequently, there comes a need for products to assist in providing such care.

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Invention of the Month – Indoor Plant Duster & Solution Applicator

Many people list among their “New Year’s Resolutions,” a pledge to keep a tidier house... to address those often overlooked crevices and cobwebs and to impress visitors with sparkling, clean surfaces. Well here’s an invention that makes it a cinch to wash away surface dust and grime on indoor plants, and leave a lustrous shine that’s sure to impress your neighbors.

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InventionHome Featured Invention – Bottomless Purse

Black Friday…I’ll be ready for you next year… Despite my best efforts to plan ahead for the biggest shopping day of 2012, I just didn’t have what it took to score big on Doorbusters. Ok…so I slept in just a tad and missed all the midnight through 11:00 am “Early Bird Specials” But when I arrived at the mall at 11:00, armed with newspaper glossies and clipped coupons galore, ...

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