If it’s true that necessity is the mother of all invention, then a new product release to be featured at this year’s Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) defines the phrase.
Faced with heavy cookware piled in awkward stacks throughout the kitchen, one Colorado couple set their minds to remedy the situation; the result – Glideware™, a one-of-a-kind hardware innovation that has the market buzzing with excitement.
Recently featured by the master of all home improvement, Bob Villa chose the product as his Top Pick of the Day on Facebook gathering over 163,000 shares in only a week’s time. Equally impressive, the product was awarded one of only ten coveted media product feature positions for the upcoming KBIS trade conference.
As with most great inventions, the concept is simple. A fully extendable rail system equipped with hooks installs easily inside standard cabinets. The rail slides out for easy access, and cookware is hung rather than stacked. The engineering is impeccable with ample holding power for a full set of pots and pans, and sliding hooks accommodate virtually any shape or size. Made in the USA, top quality construction ensures years of smooth operations.
The product has even jumped outside its humble kitchen beginnings and is being readily adapted to the pantry, broom closet, and even the garage, adding to a phenomenal jump in sales volume on the couple’s website.
Multiple press features both on and offline, the couple’s novice-to-the-industry history, and its crowd-funded kickoff make Glideware™ one of the season’s most irresistible press story.
Available on Amazon, direct, or from one of several distributors, you can see the Glideware™ product line at Glideware.com or in person, at the 2014 KBIS tradeshow in Las Vegas this February at booth #N2801.