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Inventors Steal the Show

The 2020 National Hardware Virtual Show was held last month, and the highlight of the show were the many inventor spotlights. From daily Inventor Product Pitches to two sessions of Pitch to the Experts, new products and ideas were easy to find.

Many new inventions were spotlighted by Inventor Lady, Rita Crompton, who helps guide inventors into the marketplace. In her session, titled Gadgets, Gizmos and Great Ideas, Crompton broke down the new inventions she shared with attendees into four categories: Hardware, Pandemic Mitigation, General Home Gadgets and Pet Products. Here are a few of the products she highlighted:

Painter’s Pals Caulking Gun Holster: This product secures a caulking gun to any belt or ladder for a hands-free experience that provides easy access to a caulk gun during projects.

Copper Microbe Stopper: This flexible coating takes advantage of copper’s documented anti-microbial properties to destroy microbes in high touch surface areas. It also saves money by covering existing surfaces, like railings and door handles, so there is no need to replace them.

BIKE STALLZ: This floor rack for bike storage provides three degrees of adjustment for different tire sizes and storage angles in order to save space in garages while providing easy access to bikes.

If you missed Crompton’s presentation or any others at the National Hardware Virtual Show, please login to the virtual portal, at nationalhardwareshow.com, for access to recordings of the sessions. The Virtual Show platform will remain open to both Virtual Show attendees and new visitors. While open, visitors can continue to search and browse suppliers and manufacturers, view product showcases, conduct virtual meetings and more. In addition, NRHA All-Industry Conference sessions and keynotes, UIA product pitch panels, and more are available on demand in the Education tab.

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