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 United Kingdom
Paint to Fix Leaks in Roof Printer Friendly Version
Having suffered from a leaking roof for many years (a roof that has defied all attempts to fix it) my idea is for a product that can be used by anyone. Simply paint on the ceiling of the room below to stop the water coming through.
The products currently available to stop damp penetration simply don't work when water is actively dripping through the roof, so something stronger is urgently required. I don't have the courage to climb a ladder outside and wouldn't know what to do once I got onto the roof. Also, I am tired of paying roofers to fail to fix the roof. I'm sure there are many people in my situation.
I'm aware that this would be a purely cosmetic effect and not a "proper" cure but I'm sure there would still be a healthy market for this. I can't be the only desperate homeowner with a leaking roof who has tried everything and who despairs of ever being able get her bedroom decorations to last longer than one rainstorm!
Reward: Free product 

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Lorithiann
 Singapore
Glow-in-the-dark bodyparts Printer Friendly Version
I just dislike all the trouble of taking just one X-ray in hospitals...all the waiting etc.
Why not have an edible, non-toxic, harmless solution where patients just have to drink it down & stand in a dark room......Ta-da!The patient glows! Different colored liquids for "lighting up" different cell types, e.g. Blue for bone cells, Green for nerve cells.
P.s: I know it sounds impossible to create it, as radiation can be harmful, even fatal. But as time goes, let's see if we can make non-harmful radiation...

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steve
 Austria
Picture Delay Button for TVs Printer Friendly Version
It has happened to everyone: You have been watching a sports event for nearly two hours and nothing spectacular has happened. So you decide to go fetch a beer. The moment you're in the kitchen, you hear the commentator yelling and the audience roaring like mad. You run back to the living room to see what's going on, but by the time you're there it's all over. (Ok, they might show you a replay, but it's not the same thing...)
The solution: Push the "Picture Delay" button on your remote control before setting off for the kitchen. With this feature, the picture will lag ten seconds behind the sound. If you hear that there's something exiting going on, you have enough time to return to your TV set and see it on the screen.

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