Invention of the Week #7: Dryer Shoe Holder

This week’s featured invention is the ” Dryer Shoe Holder”, which was invented by Richard Jackson, Sr. and Glenda Jackson.   Richard and Glenda have an issued US Utility patent on their invention. 

 

Along with the winter comes snow, sleet, slush…and ultimately grimey, muddy shoes.  Dryer Shoe Holder was developed to help consumers launder their tennis shoes, without all that bumping and banging around in the drum of the clothes dryer.  The device safely secures tennis shoes inside of the dyer, and holds them firmly in place while tumbling. It consists of a flat base unit with straps for fastening the shoes.  The underside of the base is magnetic, and attaches securely to the metal drum of the dryer. 

 

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