"The Washer Wall": Forms the Perfect "Fence" to Capture Errant Laundry Articles

​While doing laundry is a traditional job there are times when it is impossible to find a missing sock, washcloth, or other articles and there is no lost and found basket. This is a frustrating situation but one felt by many in the laundry room. The Washer Well prevents clothing from falling when laundry (clean or dirty) is placed on top of the appliances. The Washer Wall is a magnetically mounted accessory or retaining wall for front-loading washers and dryers that will prevent loose articles of laundry placed atop these machines from falling behind, beside or between the appliances.  Converting the top of a washer/dryer into a convenient and secure area for sorting and folding save s consumer’s money in replacement costs of missing clothing articles as well as makes doing the household laundry an easier and more efficient process.

The Washer Wall is fabricated in a molded plastic polymer or vinyl and consists of three panels; a longer and higher center panel for the back of the appliance and a pair of panels that step down for each side. It fastens to the sides and back of the washer or dryer with a series of magnets embedded in the material. A series of smaller magnet run the length of the lower border and three larger and more powerful magnets secures the Washer Wall to the back and sides of the washer or dryer. It comes in a variety of colors to match popular color schemes of washers and dryers and can be accessorized with features such as carry handles, an accessory shelf or cargo net to help with sorting. It compacts easily to store when not in use.  Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in the Washer Wall.
The Patent Pending Washer Wall was invented by Stephen Kazimir of Ringwood, NJ who said, “The Washer Wall is non-marring, easy-to install and remove and it eliminates the tendency that is the bane of most every laundry room—that of missing clothing articles that end up behind or at the sides of the appliances. It works.”

EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Dept at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107—New York, NY.  Tel: 212-620-2629.  www.invents.com

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