A Gardners, Pa., inventor has created a prototype of an accessory that facilitates concrete and grout placement in confined spaces. Finish-Rite was designed
A Gardners, Pa., inventor has created a prototype of an accessory that facilitates concrete and grout placement in confined spaces. Finish-Rite was designed to save contractors the time and effort normally needed to smooth concrete in small, narrow spaces, thereby improving worker productivity. Engineered to maintain strength and integrity of the structure, the device is reportedly suitable for professional and do-it-yourself use.
Hands-on experience as a contractor led the inventor to develop the Finish-Rite tool. I became frustrated at how time-consuming it was to grout on a door and window opening, he asserts. I thought there had to be a more efficient way to grout in confined spaces.
The original design was submitted to InventHelp’s King of Prussia, Pa., office., and is available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. More information can be obtained by contacting Dept. 06-KIP-157, InventHelp, 217 Ninth St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222; 412/288-1300, ext. 1368. Û www.InventHelp.com