Well, I popped the AquaNotes onto my shower wall and gave them a spin. It was pretty remarkable to see the water just beading up and rolling off – I think kids would have a lot of fun with this in the bathtub 🙂 And I love that the paper and pencil are natural and non-toxic.
One thing I’m not sure will work for me is that the paper was too wet to immediately bring over to my desk and put with the other notes in my idea catcher.
There was a page enclosed in the box that read, “May you always be blessed with inspiration and great ideas in the shower…and enough AquaNotes to write them down! Thank you for order!” with a handwritten signature from Mark and LeAnn – a very nice touch.
I might add a few suggestions to that page, such as:
1. Before you apply your AquaNotes, stand in the shower to see where it’s most comfortable to write. (I moved mine twice before I did that!)
2. Leave your pages on the holder to dry so they don’t drip onto other papers. (Mark and LeAnn might be able to provide an approximate drying time.)
Overall, I think AquaNotes are a useful, creative and fun product that definitely do what they’re meant to do. I haven’t had any earth-shattering ideas in the shower since Nov 17th, but the next time I do, I’ll be ready!!
Pick up your own AquaNotes at www.myaquanotes.com.
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Thanks for the post. Why didn’t I think of this? I am going to get them for stocking stuffers! Thanks, Linda.
Linda Dessau says
Enjoy, Elizabeth! And thanks for the note 🙂