InventionHome Provides Support to National Tradeshows Hosting Inventor Sections

Over the years InventionHome has been pleased to be an ongoing sponsor at the national tradeshows that offer special sections for inventors. Currently these include the International Home + Housewares Show, the National Hardware Show, ...

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InventionHome Teams with QVC and HSN on Upcoming Nationwide Product Search

If you have a beauty and fashion product, it could be the next great discovery at QVC and HSN. InventionHome is pleased to play a supporting role in QVC and HSN’s launch of “The Big Find”, ...

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Did you know that weather radar was developed during World War II?

Radar was invented shortly before the 1930s and deployed specifically for military use. However, radar operators discovered that weather was causing echoes on their screen and masking potential enemy targets. Techniques were developed to filter ...

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Did you know that the first mention of the Easter Bunny was over 300 years ago?

The Easter Bunny custom was first mentioned in Georg Franck von Franckenau's 'About Easter Eggs' in 1682, referring to a German tradition of an Easter Hare bringing eggs for the children. Originating among German Lutherans, the ...

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InventionHome Is Proud to Announce Marketing Deal for this Massachusetts Doctor’s Medicinal Cream

Congratulations go out to the Massachusetts doctor who developed and patented HEM-Easy Relief. He recently signed a marketing deal for his popular herbal topical medicinal cream which is designed for relief from burning, itching, and ...

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Should I Patent My Idea Sooner Rather Than Later?

If you’re anything like me, you’ve had your fair share of ideas…good, bad or ugly.  In my case, most aren’t very good, but occasionally I come up with one that I think has potential and ...

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Did you know? Jigsaw puzzles were first created using paintings

Jigsaw puzzles were originally made by painting a picture on a flat piece of wood and then cutting that picture into small pieces with a jigsaw. John Spilsbury, a London cartographer and engraver, is credited ...

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Home Improvement Inventions Wanted for 2019 National Hardware Show

The 2019 National Hardware Show, scheduled for May 7-9 in Las Vegas, is the most popular event for learning, sourcing and trading in the home improvement and DIY markets. InventionHome is pleased to announce our 9th ...

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InventionHome Helps Canadian Inventor Get Marketing Deal for His Unique Pool Accessory

We wish continued sales success to Canadian inventor Dan as he recently signed a marketing deal for his Magic Pool Fountain. This patent-pending pool accessory will safely and efficiently illuminate a pool area with a ...

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InventionHome’s “Tailgate Sawhorse” Debuts at Recent AAPEX Show

The newly licensed “Tailgate Sawhorse” got off to a strong start when it debuted at the AAPEX Show October 30 through November 1 in Las Vegas. The 3-day event is an international tradeshow, and one ...

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Did you know? Gift wrapping was done as far back as 2000 BC

The use of wrapping paper is first documented in ancient China. In the Southern Song dynasty, monetary gifts were wrapped with paper, forming an envelope known as a “chih pao”. The wrapped gifts were distributed ...

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Did you know? The custom of trick-or-treating has been around since the Middle Ages!

Trick-or-treating is a Halloween  custom for children and adults in many countries. People in costumes travel from house-to-house, asking for treats with the phrase "Trick or treat". The "treat" is usually some form of candy while the "trick" refers to ...

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