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mrski

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I'm trying to create a screen cleaner product but the preparation is so tedious. I've decided to start with distilled water + vinegar, but that adds no value to the market. So i decide to add glycerin as well to prevent streak, but i don't know what type to buy and where to buy it. I ask AI thinking that they'd give helpful answers, but NO, it's like i'm speaking to an idiot who keeps repeating that it may be unsafe and that I should stick to commercial screen cleaners. I'm completely stuck at this point. I think its a really good market because competitors either have noticeable flaws or are imported overseas, so it makes the price 5x more expensive than it should be. Does anyone have advice?
 
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thecrusher

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Assuming you have no chemical engineering background and explain how I'd approach creating a similar product.

Create two upwork accounts, one is going to be a freelancer account and another a client account.

With your freelancer account, you're going to search for "chemical engineering" jobs, read as many as it takes for you to get an understanding of how to post a job for this.

With your new found knowledge, write a job post that outlines the product you want to create. Now go to AI (I recommend Claude) and tell AI what you want to create and ask it for feedback on improving your job post.

With your final draft of a job post, throw it up on your upwork client account and invite "Chemical Engineers" who are Top Rated, Top Rated Plus and Rising Talent.

This whole process should take you less than 1 day.

Chat with that, ask them questions, look at the questions they ask you, and then hire one to help you with the process.
 

mrski

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Assuming you have no chemical engineering background and explain how I'd approach creating a similar product.

Create two upwork accounts, one is going to be a freelancer account and another a client account.

With your freelancer account, you're going to search for "chemical engineering" jobs, read as many as it takes for you to get an understanding of how to post a job for this.

With your new found knowledge, write a job post that outlines the product you want to create. Now go to AI (I recommend Claude) and tell AI what you want to create and ask it for feedback on improving your job post.

With your final draft of a job post, throw it up on your upwork client account and invite "Chemical Engineers" who are Top Rated, Top Rated Plus and Rising Talent.

This whole process should take you less than 1 day.

Chat with that, ask them questions, look at the questions they ask you, and then hire one to help you with the process.
alright, i'll do that
 

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