Larksville, Pennsylvania (March 7, 2015) – August Concepts LLC will exhibit a new invention at the upcoming 2015 International Home and Housewares Show on March 7 through March 10 2015, at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. Splash Paddy™ is patent pending and the invention of Wayne Jones of Larksville. It’s the very first kitchen sink splash guard of its kind sold on the market for solving that age old problem of getting your clothes wet when washing things in the sink.
Splash Paddy™ is a unique product that meets a household need to keep dry when using the sink. Not only is it a removable sink splash guard, but it also conveniently folds out of the way when not in use and pops back up when needed again. It can also be removed and reattached within seconds.
The product features ease of use with no assembly required. It also hides in the sink when not in use or can be easily removed and stored close by. A unique tombstone-like design allows for free arm movement. Splash Paddy™ adjusts to different heights and one size fits all because everyone gets wet in the same place. It’s translucent so it blends in with all sinks and it’s great for the home, office, RV, sailboat, etc. It protects your shirt from getting wet when washing: dishes, paint brushes, or bathing small pets, etc.
Splash Paddy™ consists of a plastic, tomb-stone shaped guard panel and measures 12” in height, 8.5” width and weighs less than 3 ounces. For more information the reader can visit www.splashpaddy.com.
The inventor created the Splash Paddy™ after he and his wife were constantly getting soaked while washing things in the sink. Wayne was a painter by trade and needed to wash out paint brushes and rollers on a daily basis. The Splash Paddy™ solves the problem.
August Concepts LLC will be exhibiting the Splash Paddy™ in the Inventor’s Corner in booth #7667 and demonstrations will take place during the entire show.
For further information, please contact Wayne at firstname.lastname@example.org.