Licensed Products

Twister Bolts

A Better Way To Cover Unsightly Toilet Hardware

Davison Produced Product Invention: Twister Bolts

Mr. Davison (aka Mr. D) and the Twister Bolts’ inventors who dared to invent:

Inventor of the product idea: Twister Caps

Mr. Davison (aka Mr. D) with the product on the store shelf:

George Davison with Davison produced product idea: Twister Bolts

Gary and Ruth, Inventors of the Twister Bolts:

Gary and Ruth, Inventors of the Twister Bolts

The Problem:

Existing caps that cover the bolts that secure toilets to the floor often lose their snap-fit and become loose or broken. Besides being unsightly, this poses a safety hazard. When the caps become dislodged, toddlers and pets can choke on them. When the bolts are exposed, people can scratch themselves.

Davison's Better Way:

A husband and wife came to Davison having already received a design patent for their invention idea to solve this problem, but they needed help in professionally preparing and presenting it to a corporation for licensing. Davison designed Twister Bolts for the do-it-yourselfer or seasoned contractor in two sizes — 5/16″ and 1/4″. This product was not only licensed to the industry leader in plumbing, toilet and faucet repair/replacement products, it is now selling in home improvement and hardware stores nationwide.

Featured in the following stores:

Home Depot Lowe's Ace Hardware Amazon
  • Lowe's
  • Home Depot
  • Menards
  • Orchards
  • Builder Depot
  • Nothing But Hardware
  • TVI Supply
  • Bic Warehouse
  • Do It Best
  • Aubuchon Hardware
  • Geroy's Building Center
  • Hardware Harbor
  • Paris Hardware & Supply
  • AMH Industrial Supply
  • Bloomington Hardware
  • Hardware Delivered
  • Faucetorium
  • Capitol Supply
  • Grady's Hardware
  • Joe Trader
  • The Hardware City
  • Tool District
  • Sim Supply Store
  • Friendly Hardware
  • FD & Sons Hardware
  • Corner Hardware
  • ACE Hardware
  • Hardware World

Other Davison designed Twister products:

The client has made a profit on this product. A typical project does not get a royalty agreement, sell in stores or generate a profit.