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 attend to it quickly, that chip can spread like a spiderweb, resulting in a big repair bill.
Inventors Dieter B. and John W. of Reno, Nevada developed Windshield First Aid® as a means to prevent further windshield damage in this scenario.
Windshield First Aid® is a kit containing easy-to-follow instructions, towelette pads, windshield bandages, and a protective sleeve. If a chip break occurs, people can quickly use the contents of the kit to cover up and seal the break, preserving the integrity of the rest of the windshield. This product will also prevent the break from picking up moisture and road debris.
Dieter and John enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist them in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for their invention.