InventHelp Inventor Develops Efficient Line of Markers(CIL-3106)

PITTSBURGH, April 11, 2024 ~ Noblesville, Ind. - A teacher from Noblesville, Ind. has invented a new type of marker that promises to revolutionize the way we use and discard traditional felt-tip markers. The BRUCE LIQUID WASHABLE MARKERS, created by an inventor who wishes to remain anonymous, aims to solve the common problem of markers drying out and being prematurely discarded.

The patent-pending invention features an improved design for felt-tip markers that eliminates the need for a felt storage medium. This not only prevents the marker from drying out, even if the cap is left off, but also allows users to easily tell how much ink is left. The simple design makes it ideal for households, children, teachers, office workers and more.

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The original design was submitted to the Indianapolis sales office of InventHelp and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. With its potential to change the way we use markers, this invention has caught the attention of many in the industry.

According to InventHelp's spokesperson, "This invention offers an alternative to standard markers with a felt storage medium and provides a solution to a common problem faced by many users. It is producible in a variety of sizes and colors."

For more information on this groundbreaking invention, interested parties can write to Dept. 22-CIL-3106 at InventHelp's headquarters in Pittsburgh or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. More details about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services can also be found on their website at
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