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Solutions that Stick

Maker - Amber Mazmanian

Solutions that Stick
Made in the USA
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Sticky Solutions

When Ranger Giordano from Stuffitts first told us about these products, we thought he was joking. Sweat guards? A shield for flatulence odors? It sounded like fodder for a practical joke. But the more we learned about Solutions That Stick, the more we realized Kim Leone Olenicoff is onto something.... in her own quirky, clever way.

Kim was in law school when she developed her first product, called Garment Guard. These disposable underarm shields are made from cotton and designed to absorb sweat and keep your clothes free of stains from sweat and deodorants. Since then, she’s collected a whole line of personal problem-solvers (while also juggling a law career).

There are Quick Fix Sticks fashion tape for hemming pants, closing gaping shirts, and keeping bra straps in place; Skid Out sponges for erasing embarassing deodorant stains and makeup smudges; Clearly Gone discreet bra straps; Strap Trap racerback bra clips; Fullcuptous bra inserts; and Nipplomats reusuable nipple concealers. Her Subtle Butt liners adhere to undergarments and are impregnated with carbon to neutralize odors caused by flatulence. Similarly, Knicker Stickers are cotton underwear alternatives that adhere to the crotch of your pants or shorts so you can ditch the panty lines while staying covered.

There’s also Wundercover, which does double-duty as a tattoo cover and skin shield (providing a layer of blister protection between your feet and shoes, for instance). Wishing for a pocket? Pocksie is a temporary pocket that you can stick to the inside of a jacket for instant storage. Lastly, if your trouble is sweat stains on your hat or collar, just unroll a little White Collar Grime. It sticks to the inside of your hat band or collar and protects the surface underneath from stains.

What do they all have in common? These problem-solvers are discreet, practical, and yes, a little comical.

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Discovered 1/19/2012

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Made in the USA
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Sticky Solutions

When Ranger Giordano from Stuffitts first told us about these products, we thought he was joking. Sweat guards? A shield for flatulence odors? It sounded like fodder for a practical joke. But the more we learned about Solutions That Stick, the more we realized Kim Leone Olenicoff is onto something.... in her own quirky, clever way.

Kim was in law school when she developed her first product, called Garment Guard. These disposable underarm shields are made from cotton and designed to absorb sweat and keep your clothes free of stains from sweat and deodorants. Since then, she’s collected a whole line of personal problem-solvers (while also juggling a law career).

There are Quick Fix Sticks fashion tape for hemming pants, closing gaping shirts, and keeping bra straps in place; Skid Out sponges for erasing embarassing deodorant stains and makeup smudges; Clearly Gone discreet bra straps; Strap Trap racerback bra clips; Fullcuptous bra inserts; and Nipplomats reusuable nipple concealers. Her Subtle Butt liners adhere to undergarments and are impregnated with carbon to neutralize odors caused by flatulence. Similarly, Knicker Stickers are cotton underwear alternatives that adhere to the crotch of your pants or shorts so you can ditch the panty lines while staying covered.

There’s also Wundercover, which does double-duty as a tattoo cover and skin shield (providing a layer of blister protection between your feet and shoes, for instance). Wishing for a pocket? Pocksie is a temporary pocket that you can stick to the inside of a jacket for instant storage. Lastly, if your trouble is sweat stains on your hat or collar, just unroll a little White Collar Grime. It sticks to the inside of your hat band or collar and protects the surface underneath from stains.

What do they all have in common? These problem-solvers are discreet, practical, and yes, a little comical.