Lisa Ximenez invents versatile new product for the ages

By WILLIAM WRIGHT Lifestyles Editor
Posted 2/12/17

As a single working mother, Lisa Ximenez said she is always looking for better, faster ways to get things done around the house. This time she has invented a reusable silicone sleeve that fits on …

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Lisa Ximenez invents versatile new product for the ages

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As a single working mother, Lisa Ximenez said she is always looking for better, faster ways to get things done around the house. This time she has invented a reusable silicone sleeve that fits on your hand in four different positions to enable you to concentrate scrubbing power in the palm of your hand or on your fingertips. She calls it Bump it Off and it’s arrived just in time for Spring cleaning and much more.

“With gentle silicone bristles on one side and smooth bumps on the other, Bump it Off has endless cleaning applications in every room of the home,” she said. “I’ve been a successful entrepreneur for the past 15 years, handling international marketing for some of the most recognized brands in the world. Today, I’m focused on creating better, faster solutions to everyday home, health and family challenges.”

According to Ximenez, it can be used with laundry liquid or a stain remover to loosen and lift stains or to safely scrub pots, pans and dishes. It can be used on children and adults to clean and exfoliate in the shower or while taking a bath. It can also be used to groom pets and lift pet fur off upholstered furniture with amazing results.

“I invented Bump it Off purely out of necessity,” she explained. “I was trying to get grass stains out of my 9-year-old son’s pants. I was scrubbing a stain that was about 3-by-4 inches with a brush the size of a toothbrush head. The stain wasn’t coming out and the fibers were starting to get frayed. I thought there must be something better out there, but there wasn’t. So I invented Bump it Off. It fits over your hand so it’s easy to control. You can apply pressure when it’s positioned in the palm of your hand or apply detail control when placed at your fingertips. It’s made of 100 percent silicone and it will not tear fabric fibers. It’s also antibacterial, but most importantly it gets the job done.”

Ximenez says she has one in each room for a variety of uses — from the kitchen to the bathroom to the living room, adding, “My favorite uses for Bump it Off is to clean vegetables, like removing silk from corn, dirt from root vegetables and even delicate mushrooms. In the kitchen I can clean pots, pans, anything with grooves with ease. I love it for everyday use, but my son also loves to gently scrub the dirt away from head to toe. I also use one to clean my make-up brushes that come out as good as new.”

While sponges harbor germs and breed bacteria, this product is easy to clean, dishwasher safe and is available in Green, blue, orange and purple.

“It really is the better, faster way to clean everything around the house,” said Ximenez, whose clients have included consumer brands Avon, Kellogg’s and Coke as well as luxury brands Aston Martin, Swarovski and Omega.

In the March Issue of Women’s World, which hits newsstands Feb. 23, Bump It Off will be featured with a 20 percent off coupon in the “$ Cash in this week!” section. For further information, visit http://www.goddessofgadgets.com/ or email: sales@goddessofgadgets.com.

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