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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.

Solutions that Stick

Wardrobe Fixes

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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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Amber
    Amber

    Hello Everyone! What an honor to be featured on the Daily Grommet along with so many other fascinating ideas. We're so happy to be here. I'm Amber (my official title is Kim2.0) and I'll be your guide today, so feel free to ask away and share your stories. Thanks!

  • Jules
    Jules – Grommet Team
    3/10/2011 1:47 PM

    Hey guys...we forgot to tell you that the White Collar Grime tape is really great for keeping your baseball hats and other hat bands nice and clean.

  • Linda Clements
    Linda Clements
    3/10/2011 2:14 PM

    FINALLY I FOUND IT !!!!

    I have looked EVERYwhere for seamless panties. They are everywhere but they're missing the SIDE seams. Who needs THOSE hidden. I hate that seam that you see in the back that goes from leg to leg (usually double crotch section seam). NO one makes seamless panties that is shaped like an I with only seams on the sides and one continuous piece from front, bottom, and back.

    NOW with these KNICKER STICKERS will solve that unsightly back end seam problem.

    Can't wait to get them !!!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/10/2011 2:33 PM

    @Linda Clements: We are glad that you found the solution that you've been looking for!

  •  s Katz
    s Katz
    11/18/2012 5:51 PM

    @Linda Clements Thanks for the explanation, I thought they stuck to your behind for people who didn't wear any undies. : ) [I hate seeing jeans stuck in someones behind].

  • AnnonyMouse
    AnnonyMouse
    3/10/2011 3:39 PM

    Oh how many shirts I have ruined with sweat stains! I have a medical condition that causes me to sweat a LOT. The chemicals the dermatologist gave me to use are painful and cause irritation.

    Can you get a gross or case of the Garment Guards? I would go through 5 pair in a week....

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/10/2011 4:02 PM

    @AnnonyMouse: This would be a wonderful solution for you. Thanks to your suggestion we now have it available in a 12 pack.

  • broek vol kak
    broek vol kak
    3/10/2011 4:42 PM

    Lovely gimmicks. Stick on pockets was cute. Stick on underwear makes me giggle. But a charcoal fart filter? You really *can* find anything on the internet, this stuff reminds me of the useless crap like x-ray goggles you could find in the back of a comic book.

  • Doris
    Doris
    4/5/2011 5:49 PM

    Hello,

    Where are these products made?

  • Amber
    Amber – Special Guest
    4/7/2011 2:33 PM

    @Doris: These products are proudly made in the USA!

  • Doris
    Doris
    4/24/2011 4:52 PM

    I tried the Garment Guards and they are GREAT!!! I have tried other brands and these are the best!!!!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    4/24/2011 10:54 PM

    @Doris: Glad to hear that they outperform other products that you've tried.

  • Jenny M.
    Jenny M.
    1/19/2012 1:27 PM

    I got the garment guards last spring, and sadly, they didn't hold up in the AZ desert heat. I stuck them inside a cotton button-front blouse, and they slipped and slid and came out. I am sorry, but I can't recommend them unless the sticky part has vastly improved in the past year.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    1/19/2012 1:35 PM

    @Jenny M.: That's disappointing. I hope you worked with the customer support team on this.

    I just talked to Kim and she says that they rarely hear stories that the products didn't stick. What sometimes happens is that the area is already slightly wet and the product doesn't stick to wet fabric.

  • jo
    jo
    1/23/2012 10:02 PM

    I do use other garment protectors, but I do not like the fact that they are quite noticeable while wearing a white shirt. Having to buy several, because they are not resuable, is costly. Have you considered a resuable product? Thanks for your information

  • Amber
    Amber – Special Guest
    1/24/2012 10:53 AM

    @jo: While Garment Guards are not technically reusable, they do help save money by not washing or drycleaning clothes as often. Instead of putting your shirt in the laundry, you can simply peel off the Garment Guard and the important parts are clean so you can wear it again. We have looked into making a reusable version, but we haven't found a great solution yet. We will surely let the world know if that changes! Thanks for your suggestions and your business :)

  • Laura
    Laura
    6/26/2012 12:11 PM

    I *love* my Nipplomats! I don't see the point of ever wearing a bra again! I call them my "pasties."

    They even improve my posture. I can now stand proud with my shoulders back, rather than hunching over trying to hide the fact that I wasn't wearing a bra.

    I can wear even the clingiest silks or bright whites with no bra now. They're so comfortable I've even fallen asleep in them a couple of times.

    I think I've worn out the 25-times stickiness in just a couple of months, so I'll order some more. Maybe two pairs even!

    Thanks for a great thing.

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    6/27/2012 12:57 AM

    @laura: Wow, what a great testament to the effectiveness of the "pasties". Thank you for stopping by to share.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Solutions that Stick

Wardrobe Fixes

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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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Amber
    Amber

    Hello Everyone! What an honor to be featured on the Daily Grommet along with so many other fascinating ideas. We're so happy to be here. I'm Amber (my official title is Kim2.0) and I'll be your guide today, so feel free to ask away and share your stories. Thanks!

  • Jules
    Jules – Grommet Team
    3/10/2011 1:47 PM

    Hey guys...we forgot to tell you that the White Collar Grime tape is really great for keeping your baseball hats and other hat bands nice and clean.

  • Linda Clements
    Linda Clements
    3/10/2011 2:14 PM

    FINALLY I FOUND IT !!!!

    I have looked EVERYwhere for seamless panties. They are everywhere but they're missing the SIDE seams. Who needs THOSE hidden. I hate that seam that you see in the back that goes from leg to leg (usually double crotch section seam). NO one makes seamless panties that is shaped like an I with only seams on the sides and one continuous piece from front, bottom, and back.

    NOW with these KNICKER STICKERS will solve that unsightly back end seam problem.

    Can't wait to get them !!!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/10/2011 2:33 PM

    @Linda Clements: We are glad that you found the solution that you've been looking for!

  •  s Katz
    s Katz
    11/18/2012 5:51 PM

    @Linda Clements Thanks for the explanation, I thought they stuck to your behind for people who didn't wear any undies. : ) [I hate seeing jeans stuck in someones behind].

  • AnnonyMouse
    AnnonyMouse
    3/10/2011 3:39 PM

    Oh how many shirts I have ruined with sweat stains! I have a medical condition that causes me to sweat a LOT. The chemicals the dermatologist gave me to use are painful and cause irritation.

    Can you get a gross or case of the Garment Guards? I would go through 5 pair in a week....

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    3/10/2011 4:02 PM

    @AnnonyMouse: This would be a wonderful solution for you. Thanks to your suggestion we now have it available in a 12 pack.

  • broek vol kak
    broek vol kak
    3/10/2011 4:42 PM

    Lovely gimmicks. Stick on pockets was cute. Stick on underwear makes me giggle. But a charcoal fart filter? You really *can* find anything on the internet, this stuff reminds me of the useless crap like x-ray goggles you could find in the back of a comic book.

  • Doris
    Doris
    4/5/2011 5:49 PM

    Hello,

    Where are these products made?

  • Amber
    Amber – Special Guest
    4/7/2011 2:33 PM

    @Doris: These products are proudly made in the USA!

  • Doris
    Doris
    4/24/2011 4:52 PM

    I tried the Garment Guards and they are GREAT!!! I have tried other brands and these are the best!!!!

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    4/24/2011 10:54 PM

    @Doris: Glad to hear that they outperform other products that you've tried.

  • Jenny M.
    Jenny M.
    1/19/2012 1:27 PM

    I got the garment guards last spring, and sadly, they didn't hold up in the AZ desert heat. I stuck them inside a cotton button-front blouse, and they slipped and slid and came out. I am sorry, but I can't recommend them unless the sticky part has vastly improved in the past year.

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    1/19/2012 1:35 PM

    @Jenny M.: That's disappointing. I hope you worked with the customer support team on this.

    I just talked to Kim and she says that they rarely hear stories that the products didn't stick. What sometimes happens is that the area is already slightly wet and the product doesn't stick to wet fabric.

  • jo
    jo
    1/23/2012 10:02 PM

    I do use other garment protectors, but I do not like the fact that they are quite noticeable while wearing a white shirt. Having to buy several, because they are not resuable, is costly. Have you considered a resuable product? Thanks for your information

  • Amber
    Amber – Special Guest
    1/24/2012 10:53 AM

    @jo: While Garment Guards are not technically reusable, they do help save money by not washing or drycleaning clothes as often. Instead of putting your shirt in the laundry, you can simply peel off the Garment Guard and the important parts are clean so you can wear it again. We have looked into making a reusable version, but we haven't found a great solution yet. We will surely let the world know if that changes! Thanks for your suggestions and your business :)

  • Laura
    Laura
    6/26/2012 12:11 PM

    I *love* my Nipplomats! I don't see the point of ever wearing a bra again! I call them my "pasties."

    They even improve my posture. I can now stand proud with my shoulders back, rather than hunching over trying to hide the fact that I wasn't wearing a bra.

    I can wear even the clingiest silks or bright whites with no bra now. They're so comfortable I've even fallen asleep in them a couple of times.

    I think I've worn out the 25-times stickiness in just a couple of months, so I'll order some more. Maybe two pairs even!

    Thanks for a great thing.

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    6/27/2012 12:57 AM

    @laura: Wow, what a great testament to the effectiveness of the "pasties". Thank you for stopping by to share.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.