"The Ceramics Manufacturing Industry is worth $2 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Growth is being limited by fierce import competition, but improved consumer income and confidence ...
Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 19, 2016
World Patent Marketing, a vertically integrated manufacturer and engineer of patented products, announces Sharp Fixtures, a household invention that elevates the lowly bathroom or kitchen sink into something unique and extraordinary.
"The Ceramics Manufacturing Industry is worth $2 billion," says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. "Growth is being limited by fierce import competition, but improved consumer income and confidence will be boosting demand over the next five years."
“Sinks and wash basins are a necessity for any household,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “They are present in any house and are used for a lot of purposes such as cleaning the hands or to clean various items and utensils. Sharp Fixtures is a household invention that improves on this idea by making this functional piece of equipment into a customizable item that can add a new level of design to any kitchen or bathroom.”
Sharp Fixtures is a unique product in the market that aims to turn the simple and boring kitchen or bathroom sink into something that adds décor to the house while keeping its functionality. It is a household invention that allows for customizations of sinks and wash basins and adds a decorative aspect to the device. It adds descriptive images to the item and can be added in a number of ways such as stamps, pictures, painted on or through imprints.
“Sharp Fixtures provides a quick way to add a personal touch to a seemingly ordinary household item without being detrimental to its purpose and function,” says inventor Bobby S. “It is a household invention that is available in many forms and prices which makes it affordable to any kind of income and budget level. As the designs are only limited by the owner’s imagination, the design will appeal to people of differing ages, gender, and professions.”
Mandy Smith, an ad campaign manager and blogger from Auburn, WA, has this to say about Sharp Fixtures: “Advertisers will literally try to utilize every available space possible just to get their brands across. They even give out free items that carry their logo since it is a form of free advertisement when other people see the item being used. Bathroom and kitchen sinks might be the last place advertisers will think of but it is, in fact, a very effective space to put their company logos. Sharp Fixtures is a household invention that makes this easy as company logos can be placed easily on sinks and wash basins. This opens up huge market potential.”
Sharp Fixtures takes a simple idea and takes it even further. With this household invention, the kitchen or bathroom sink isn’t just a place where people will wash their hands, it has become a valuable advertising space.
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