Licensed Packaging Solutions

Basting Brush

A Better Way to Baste

Davison Produced Product Invention: Basting Brush
Basting Brush

The Problem:

Ordinary basting brushes often lose bristles while basting, leaving them behind on your food. They are also harder to thoroughly clean when basting with more than one sauce, causing a mixture of flavors.

Davison's Better Way:

Packaging was created to effectively communicate all the features of this silicone Basting Brush, created by Jokari as a better way to baste. Silicone bristles are preferred over ordinary bristles that fall out and are more difficult to clean. The Basting Brush also simply screws on to the top of your sauces so you can simply squeeze and brush on flavor. Built-in flow control ensures that just the right amount of baste comes out of the container. Effective packaging explains each feature and benefit to the end user.

Featured in the following stores:

Amazon Jokari
  • Amazon.com
  • Jokari.com

This package design was invented and licensed by Davison for its own benefit.

Jean, the Inventor
of the Meatball Baker

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This offer is effective through 11:59 p.m. November 15th, 2019. The 25% off will be applied to the full price of $895 for Pre-Development services and any balance owed on a full price ($895) Pre-Development contract. This discount cannot be combined with any other offer and does not apply to previously discounted or paid accounts.

For illustration purposes, if the customer has not made any payment to the organization for Pre-Development services, 25% off can be applied to the full price of $895, if the customer pays the full amount, minus the discount, by the end of the offer. If the customer has made a payment on Davison’s Pre-Development service, and still owes a balance of any amount on the full price of  $895, 25% off can be applied to the balance owed, if the client pays the full amount of the balance, minus the discount, by the end of the offer.