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zen2u62
 USA
Body Dryer Printer Friendly Version
Imagine the following... A plastic (36" tall x 6" wide x 2" deep) body dryer. It would house two hair blowdryer motors at the bottom. The panel would have vented slits or holes, or directional vents like car air vents on dash, and it would plug in to outlet. Mounted on the wall, with a descrete slim design, a large button could be tapped with one's toe to turn on. Hot air is pumped out along the entire length of the vertical panel. Design chambers so that air is channeled in a way that is blows out equally across entire surface. You could dry off after shower/bath as usual, then turn on to enjoy that last bit of drying while primping in the mirror.
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AaronBurns
 USA
Soap Dispensing Shower Head Attachment Printer Friendly Version
A liquid soap and shampoo dispensing, screw on, shower head attachment that lets the water saturating your hair and body be full of soap or shampoo until switched off for rinsing. Refillable with your favorite brands of liquid body soap or shampoos.
In essence the water already has the soap in it to begin with so, you have no need for bottles or bars of soap or shampoo. Just unscrew your existing shower head, add the soap and shampoo dispenser, and screw back on the shower head for easy installation. Easy as that. Fill with product and be done. Saves time and money.
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AaronBurns
 USA
Static Electric Battery Recharger Printer Friendly Version
What this recharger does is collect static electricity, from the air, 24 hours a day and would charge your devices when you plug them in. The air inside your house contains tons of static to begin with. Why else would we have products that remove it from our clothes. Using materials that are very sensitive to static, it would constantly build a stronger and stronger charge then it would convert this to standard electricity and charge your battery or batteries with a Universal plug in to all devices thus, providing free electricity forever to your batteries since all batteries in today's devices contain very little electricity and use very little as well. The converter is not hard to build since electricity is all basically the same. You can easily build it with a balloon on your hair or with feathers or cetain fabrics and there are materials that react to static that would be more feasable to use.
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