Now, singing and blowing out candles can take place without a person blowing directly onto the cake!
Prevents Germs, Slobber, Tobacco, or Anything Else from Landing on the Cake
Provides Peace of Mind Knowing the Cake is Germ-Free and Sanitary
Can Hold Traditional Candles or Numbered Candles
Must-Have At All Birthdays or Celebrations
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Kevin L. Anderson of Arlington, TX has created a cake protection device. Now, singing and blowing out candles can take place without a person blowing their germs directly onto the cake!After the last several years, everyone knows protecting ourselves from germs and illness has never been more important. And so, Kevin wanted a way for birthdays or celebrations to safely happen without guests having to worry their piece of cake was covered in germs or spittle. The Cake Saver is his solution.The invention is placed on a cake in order to prevent germs, slobber, tobacco, or anything else from landing on it. With the device in place, candles are still able to be blown out. The invention can hold traditional candles or numbered candles. After use, the device can be put in the dishwasher or hand washed until needed again. The invention could even be licensed and designed especially for sport teams, colleges, military branches, theme parks, and more!Want to learn more about the Cake Saver? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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