The only possible downside of owning a pet is dealing with shredded fur covering every inch of your home and clothes. Both cats and dogs – they shed so much and it can really get all up in every corner of the home. Well, now you can rest assured that there is a solution for your clothes at least.
This invention rids your clothes of all that dreaded fur. Simply pop the disc in your washing machine and you can kiss all the fluff goodbye! The product landed a double deal on season 12 of “Shark Tank” and the founders have never looked back.
Mop Shoe Covers
Some of us out there are really inclined to just take a washcloth, put our feet on them, and start to walk around the home - and that's how we might clean the floor. Everyone knows that cleaning the house can be a drab chore, especially when it comes to mopping. One wise inventor came up with mop shoe covers.
This clever invention allows wearers to clean the floor by simply walking on it, instead of pushing a mop around the place. It’s not clear who came up with the product as there are thousands of variations out there. Now you can walk the walk when it comes to keeping your home clean and fresh!
Many brands have taken advantage of the diamond or square-shaped patch on the front of a backpack and placed their logo on it. Did you ever ask yourself why they all put it in the same place in almost the same shape? You thought it was just a logo, didn't you?
This diamond patch is called a lash tab and it's used for pulling cords through the holes. This way, you can carry extra gear when you go out camping or traveling. Yes, it actually has a really important purpose. It's not just a piece of decoration. This little thing allows you to carry so much more.
The Spatty and Spatty Daddy Last Drop Spatulas - $4 million
This "Shark Tank" product brings new meaning to making every drop count. Gone are the days of throwing away items with leftover products still inside. The Spatty spatula makes sure you get the very last scoop of the items you've bought.
Founder Cheryl Rigdon first got the idea for her invention when she was trying to scoop out the last drops of products from her makeup bottles. Graciously, she decided to share her idea with the world and now, women all around the world can make sure that they have used up every single drop of their makeup until the end of time.
Soda Bottle Cap Platic Liner
What can be worse than a flat soda? Opening a bottle of a cold fizzy beverage is something we do almost daily, but experiencing the opening of a flat one is something that we quickly want to forget. You can't have a can of Coke that doesn't have that fizz that is so soothing and comforting. It's just not ideal.
The plastic liner inserted into each fizzy beverage cap ensures that unpleasant moments don't happen again. It traps carbon dioxide because, without it, the gas would be free to evaporate. It's one of those small things in life that make a big difference.