Man Creates Tool To Fix Foggy Glasses With Mask Use

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While working at his local supermarket, Alex Wickens discovered a problem associated with COVID-19 and related to the use of face masks and goggles, causing dizziness and fog for many users.

To solve the problem and make money at the same time, Alex discovered a practical tool that involves using a simple clip at the top of a mask.

He built a website for his brand MistyClip, created a payment system and organized warehouse control and shipping.

Alex organizes and distributes the clips in the U.K., making about  £1,000 in a month and nearly  £3,000 in his prime.

For more information, read the original story in the BBC.

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