Idea Design Studio Highlights Upcoming Inventor, Walter Willis.

If you wear baseballs caps, then you already know how difficult it is to keep one clean. Sweat and dirt tend to accumulate around the inside, quickly turning your favorite cap into a dingy, foul-smelling accessory. And, trying clean it? Forget it! It’s too time consuming. Plus, you risk ruining it in the process. You are better off tossing it out and buying a new one, right?

Idea Design Studio’s upcoming inventor, Walter Willis knows your struggle all too well. That’s why he’s working on a special kind of cap. 

He says,

My Idea came up when one day when it was raining and I went to get a ball cap to wear. I found all of my 50 plus caps were either dirty or had a foul odor. I couldn’t believe it. Some of them were expensive while others were not, but it didn’t make a difference on the quality of the ball cap. All retain dirt, sweat and a foul odor. So, I kept thinking what can be done or made to fix this problem? And the next day, it hit me!…

He contacted Idea Design Studio and got busy on his invention.

My product will protect the freshness of the ball cap. I look forward to it being sold throughout our Country and eventually, throughout the world!

Among the many caps Willis rocks, one is a Veteran’s cap. He is extremely proud to have served 14 years in the U.S.Navy Submarine Force.

When he isn’t working on his invention, he can be found spending time with his wife of 34 years and his 2 kids and 3 grandchildren. Willis also enjoys attending church functions and making lollipops for the kids in his neighborhood. 

 

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