Specialty Napkin Patent Provides Greater Absorption
NapClone is a specialty napkin patent that improves on current napkin technology and provides a more absorbent and durable product.
“The Global Paper and Pulp Mills industry is worth $645 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. “The industry is going to shift toward packaging materials and sanitary products, its two most promising segments for growth.”
“Napkins are essential in the kitchen and dining tables since they have lots of uses from cleaning up spills to wiping off food from one’s face,” says Jerry Shapiro, Senior Director of World Patent Marketing. “However, typical napkins in the market are made from only two to three stacks of thin layers which decrease their ability to hold on to liquid. Because of this, they tend to disintegrate quite easily. NapClone is a better version of the traditional napkins as it can hold more liquids. This household invention is durable enough so that it doesn’t break apart when using.”
Use of Napkins Improved When Using Specialty Napkin Patent
NapClone is a must-have for any kitchen or dining area as it replaces traditional napkins. It contains several layers that are together and permeated with salt. In addition, there are more layers than the typical napkin while the salt absorbs, even more, liquids. This household invention idea has a porous upper portion containing most of the salt crystals and absorbs plenty of liquid. Further, it can keep the other side slightly dry as water won’t seep past through all of the layers.
“Napkins are not just for cleaning up messes but also prevent other items from becoming wet,” says inventor Adrienne B. “This household invention is similar to a napkin but can wrap around cold beverage containers. As condensation builds up on the sides of the bottle, NapClone absorbs this water. However, as the top layer is porous and contains salt, it can absorb a lot more water without the other side becoming too wet. This means that people can safely pick up the container and keep themselves dry.”
Napkins are commonplace items that haven’t evolved too much over the years. NapClone is an improvement in technology for creating napkins, while keeping the item easy to manufacture. It is a household invention prototype with the benefits of the traditional napkin but improves all aspects of usual napkin concerns.