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Ernest Kyle
 USA
Power for the Furnace Printer Friendly Version
Tired of being cold during a power outage and having gas furnace that won't work because it is controlled by electricity. Most furnaces are controlled by a 110v circuit. Find that curcuit and install a double pole double throw switch. One end is the house circuit and one goes to a 110v 1000 watt inverter that you can hook up to a car or marine battery. This can keep your electricity to the furnace going and keep your furnace running. Just change the switch when the power goes out and change the switch when the power comes back on.
Reward: whatever 

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 USA
Cellophane Multi-Surface Art/Design Printer Friendly Version
A thin piece of Cellophane of any size sticks to any surface wether it's cealings, floors or walls; even to your computer screens. With any possible surface, imagine you can easily transport designed art with no trace left behind. No more nails, glass, frames, holes, etc. - just Cellophane hanging around the house. How about a two sided cellophane sign saying "Occupied" and "Unoccupied" for the bathroom door. Unlike all other materials, Cellophane never looses it's power to stick.
Reward: Try opening a cigarette pack and stick the Cellophane wrapping to a wood door. It Sticks! 

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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.
Reward: Purging creative thoughts that keep building up. 

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