How many times have you scraped the front door open onto a plastic wedge, returned carrying an arm-quivering load of shop gear/groceries/X-mas loot, and had the door slam in your face when you got there? Those inflexible wedges do lose their grip after a time. Luckily, inventor Michael Pendergrass of Rocklin (no kidding), California, came up with a doorstop that lets the door roll into place and then grips it there.
And since it’s made of Santoprene rubber, the doorstop won’t mar or damage your floors. At a street price of around $12, it may trip your radar, but it could be worth it if your most-used doors are as rebellious as ours.