Toronto, Canada -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/18/2014 -- Julia Weber, a mom-entrepreneur from Canada, is raising funds to bring to the market Spot-Not, a wine accessory line that dries and polishes the insides of glassware and wine decanters.
Wine enthusiasts, winery owners and party hosts, all have experienced the same problem – white spots on glasses and difficulties drying inside of a decanter. No amount of rinse aid makes the glasses 100% spot free. Placing them on a drying rack doesn’t prevent water spots either and you'll have to wait for hours until they're dry. Drying glasses with a hand towel is time consuming and dangerous.
Julia Weber has found a solution to eliminate the frustration, save time and make the glassware spot-free. Her invention, Spot-Not for glasses, has a flexible multi-petal core which allows the dryer to adjust its shape to the inside of any type of glass and its re-usable washable sleeve will dry and polish the insides of the glasses to a beautiful sparkle.
Another product in the line, Spot-Not decanter drier, consists of two main parts: a drying cloth that is inserted into the decanter and a mitt for the outside of the decanter. Both parts are made of highly absorbent microfiber material and have two magnets. The drying cloth for the inside of the decanter has a flexible core to keep them in place. It allows the magnets and cloth to conform to the inside shape of the decanter. As you move the mitt outside, the cloth inside follows, drying and polishing the inside of the decanter.
Both Products won prestigious international awards for design in Kitchenware and Tableware. As one of the most promising Canadian startups, Spot-Not has been chosen to present at the new season of the Dragon Den, a popular international reality show.
“As a mom of four, I always have to think about multitasking and finding efficient ways to do things. The same time, I enjoy hosting family reunions, and having a glass of wine with my friends. Spot-not makes my life easier and allows me to have more fun with friends and family while enjoying a beautiful table,” said Julia.
Julia’s Kickstarter campaign is starting on November 19, the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, the world's largest celebration of women entrepreneurs, innovators and job creators. Julia Weber is a bright representative of this movement: a mother, an entrepreneur and an innovator. She believes in the power of community and lets the consumers decide if they want to see her products on the market.
To learn more about the Kickstarter campaign, visit the project’s page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1657987064/603118176?token=b15f41aa
Contact Julia Weber by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 416-268-9383
The company’s address: 4 Robert Speck parkway, #1005, Mississauga , ON, Canada