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Old 07-15-2019, 06:58 PM   #21
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Sorry I missed your question KAP. I'm my distributor right now. I've been contacting companies for distribution yet they won't talk to me. I'm hoping to show an interest and demand in the product to show a market. Right now using Home depot products I can produce 10' stick for about $6.00. Buying in bulk and using a slightly bigger nosing I can cut the cost to about $3.00. I think working with a company like trim tex or Phillips I can produce at wholesale and eliminate paying retail for materials. But they haven't gotten back to me. But I have to be fair with Phillips. I just found them yesterday (Saturday) and sent them a message so they haven't had a fair chance to respond. Trim tex on the other hand won't even look at it or talk to me despite emails and suppliers asking. The only response was "We only deal with in house research ". It's ashame their closed minded. I have the design, research, installation and versatility for the product to evolve.

Stay tuned for custom designed trim that will open up a new door to how you trim doors and windows. You're minds will be blown and the way you design rooms is going to be open to new things you can't do now and haven't even thought of.
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Sorry I missed your question KAP. I'm my distributor right now. I've been contacting companies for distribution yet they won't talk to me. I'm hoping to show an interest and demand in the product to show a market. Right now using Home depot products I can produce 10' stick for about $6.00. Buying in bulk and using a slightly bigger nosing I can cut the cost to about $3.00. I think working with a company like trim tex or Phillips I can produce at wholesale and eliminate paying retail for materials. But they haven't gotten back to me. But I have to be fair with Phillips. I just found them yesterday (Saturday) and sent them a message so they haven't had a fair chance to respond. Trim tex on the other hand won't even look at it or talk to me despite emails and suppliers asking. The only response was "We only deal with in house research ". It's ashame their closed minded. I have the design, research, installation and versatility for the product to evolve.

Stay tuned for custom designed trim that will open up a new door to how you trim doors and windows. You're minds will be blown and the way you design rooms is going to be open to new things you can't do now and haven't even thought of.
That's a red flag... What's to stop the average remodeler from doing the same? Do you have a provisional patent?

If you do, and you're looking to take this to market asap, before someone replicates it for less, you might want to consider a licensing deal... it doesn't sound like you're in a position to fund/process the manufacturing... if you want to go the licensing route and you have a patent, contact the product manufacturer that is similar, and give it a go...

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