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Energy Saving Refrigerator Cozy Printer Friendly Version
This cozy would pay for itself in time (well I'm not a mathmatical genius over here, but it would pay for itself. Trust me). This padded cozy would cover the top and sides of your conventional refrigerator keeping the cold in and the heat out. It would be attached by another great invention... Velcro and made of fire proof material such that you find in oven mitts. Obviously it would protect most of your refrigerator's surface from scatches, dust, and dirt so all you would have to do is wash the easily reachable front face of it.
Once or twice a year you could remove it and throw it in the washing machine. The Velcro would only be attached at the bottom of the sides. The Cozy could be decorative and only limited by your imagination. This could be a sewing project of your own or a product with different styles and color choices. Works in both warm and cold climates.
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zyx Rationalist
Cooking gas timer Printer Friendly Version
Many times at home we forget what we left cooking on the gas so if we have a timer switch fitted to the gas that switches off automatically at specified time then we won't have to worry burning food while we do other household chores.
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Here's a Butter Idea Printer Friendly Version
Instead of getting your fingers all buttered up with your corn on the cob. I want to invent a device that is similar to the way a golf ball is cleaned in those handy devices on a golf course. It would by a cylinder container with a removable lid in order for the individual to put butter inside and stick it in the microwave to melt it down some. Then after warming, or no warming, the lid is snapped into place on top of the cylindrical container. The lid has a hole in the top large enough for an ear of corn to be dipped in. On the underside of the lid is brushes, like on marinating brushes used in cooking, they are soft and very flexable and connected to the bottom of the lid and when the lid is snapped in place on the container the soft brissles fill the inside of the container. The ear of corn is connect to a small handle that matches the container but on the underside has four long spikes to jab into the hard end of the corn. After dipping your corn in the container, you now have an evenly, and easily dipped buttered corncob. It makes the "corn" experience much more plesant and neat! Thanks and I am excited!

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