Inventors design car holder for fast food sauces

It’s a simple solution to a messy problem: fast food dipping sauce and car interiors.

In steps the DipClip, a holder that perfectly fits those sauce containers and easily affixes to air conditioning vents in most vehicles.

"It's a convenient holder to hold many sauces from many different fast food chains," DipClip co-inventor, William Moujaes told WOIO.

The invention is the brainchild of a problem encountered by the design group 10 years ago during a short road trip. They stopped at a fast food drive-thru and realized they could not easily enjoy their condiments without making a mess.

So they went to work designing a universal product to hold sauce containers. The holder fits sauces from McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s and Chick-Fil-A.

Company founders decided to further develop the invention and have gone to Kickstarter with a goal to raise $10,000. They have raised more than $32,000.

"We expected people to like this just from our experiences with the product, but we had no idea that it would be this popular," DipClip co-founder, Tony Lahood told WOIO.