Hide Away Trim is a unique baseboard molding that makes it easy to hide messy wires laying on the floor inside of the trim. The difference between Hide Away Trim and other wire hiding systems is the ability to easily insert and remove wires anywhere.
Posted by Dennis Pawlak under Household
My name is Dennis Pawlak, I am the inventor of Hide Away Trim and am looking for a licensing agreement or possible sale of the patent.
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Patent #(Patent #8,729,408)
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Hide Away Trim can be made as a full baseboard or as an addition to existing baseboard and can be made of MDF or a plastic extrusion. The patent covers the ability for the wires to go in anywhere and come out anywhere with the slot design.
Hide Away Trim is a unique baseboard molding that makes it easy to hide messy wires laying on the floor inside of the trim. The difference between Hide Away Trim and other wire hiding systems is the ability to easily insert and remove wires anywhere along the trim without having to make cuts in the molding. If you change your room around simply remove the wires and reinsert them wherever needed.
I have been working on Hide Away Trim for over 7 years and just recently was granted the patent. I would like to discuss a licensing agreement with an established company that is already in the supply chain of the big box retailers.
I am confident that when it is available to the consumer it will get a considerable market share because of the fact that it is baseboard that has a purpose and solves a problem at the same time. If you were in the stores looking for baseboard and saw Hide Away Trim would you buy it instead of the same old trim that has no use?
The Hide Away Trim system has designs for several different profiles to accommodate consumer and business needs such as larger pieces to hold more wires for commercial applications, crown molding, corner pieces and several unique styles and colors.
If in the right hands and marketed properly I believe Hide Away Trim can be the new standard of baseboard molding.
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