InventionHome Product Spotlight: NeatSink

NeatSink acts as a customizable organizer for kitchen supplies, while also acting as a backsplash for the kitchen sink. This unique product comprises a vertical back panel with a number of spaced horizontal slots, a flexible water seal located at the bottom of the panel, and a hand access for operation of the water valve.  A pair of feet extends forward from each end of the panel to hold it upright.  A variety of attachments can easily attach to the panel in whatever arrangement the user desires. The attachments are designed to hold a number of individual items useful in the kitchen, such as bottles, brushes, sponges, towels, and cleaning pads.

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