InventHelp Inventor Develops New Type of Paper Napkin (KXK-133)

PITTSBURGH, July 5, 2024 ~ Maryville, Tenn. - A new invention has been created to solve the common problem of napkins falling off while eating. The KNAP-STIK, invented by a resident of Maryville, provides a secure barrier between food stains and clothing.

The inventor, who wishes to remain anonymous, was inspired to create the KNAP-STIK after experiencing frustration with traditional napkins constantly slipping off the lap or chest while eating. "I wanted to create an improved napkin that would remain securely in place on the lap or chest while eating," said the inventor.

The patent-pending design of the KNAP-STIK ensures that the napkin stays in place, preventing any potential messes or stains. It also offers added protection and peace of mind for users. The disposable design makes it easy to use and is suitable for both personal and commercial use.

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A prototype model of the KNAP-STIK is available upon request. The original design was submitted to InventHelp's Knoxville sales office and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.

For more information on this innovative invention, interested parties can contact InventHelp at their Pittsburgh office or visit their website at The company's Invention Submission Services help inventors bring their ideas to life and make them available to consumers worldwide.
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