Just in time for the holidays, this gorgeous brown bag hanger will look just right on brown, bronze, blush and even pink bags. Perfect for distressed leather purses and backpacks, too. Gift boxed with user guide. $16.99 Snap this up while you can at https://www.clipa.us/mattebronze
Summer and fall are popular times to get married. For the bridal party, it means visits to dress shops, salons, the bachelorette party, venue prep, rehearsal dinner, and taking photos.
A Clipa bag hanger makes getting through your checklist easier and more convenient, keeping your bag off the floor and easy to access. The #1 bag hanger is also a nice way to say “thank you” to family members and friends. There’s a Clipa to match most any bag and each is gift boxed.
For guests, there’s plenty of opportunities to use Clipa: in pews and on chairs during the ceremony, afterwards at the bar, at dinner tables, and in restroom stalls and sink areas.
For lucky brides the world over, no honeymoon would be complete without a Clipa. It’s great for airports and planes, cruise ships, sightseeing, shopping, and dozens of other activities.
Whether you’re planning, hosting or attending a wedding this season, say “I Do” to Clipa. 7 finishes to coordinate with the fittings on bags, including copper rose gold: https://www.clipa.us/PolishedCopper
Winter’s officially here and here are a few tips to safely navigate the season:
- Use hand sanitizer often, carry it in your handbag and have it handy in the car so each time you get in, your hands are disinfected
- At work, common objects can harbor viruses: door handles, phones, keyboards and faucets. Avoid touching your face afterwards and wash hands frequently
- At home, wash sheets, pillowcases, blankets often and clean common touch points such as appliances, remotes and railings often
- When doing errands, escalator handles, ATM keypads and gas station pump handles can harbor viruses 2-3 days, depending on the type of surface; wipes or rubbing your hands with sanitizer can help
- At the store, use provided cart wipes to wipe down rails. A Clipa bag hanger can be helpful to keep items in place at curbside pickup as well as during al fresco dining, shopping or snapping holiday photos
To see all finishes and discover more uses in colder months, please visit https://www.clipa.us/
The greatest thing about Clipa is how many places you can use the instant bag hanger. Truly working where many others don’t, this automatic closing ring with sturdy tips is handier than ever. Whether you’re shopping or going to work, it works on rails, cubicle walls, counters even drawer pulls to extend handbag life while preventing contact with viruses, germs, water, and dirt. Clipa’s lightweight design (1.6 oz.) holds a hefty 33 lbs. from almost any surface and is gift boxed with a 4-panel user guide inside. This holiday season, give the gift that will get used daily and has been tested to last for 10 years: The Clipa Instant Handbag Hanger. See all styles by clicking on the photo. https://www.clipa.us/Clipa-Shop.html
Fall is here and for many of us, that means backpacks. Not just for school, work or travel, backpacks are the comfortable way to be hands-free when you’re out and about. And in the age of Covid-19, that’s more important than ever. Thankfully, crisp autumn days may mean that the virus may not stay on surfaces as long, thanks to windy, cooler, wetter days. The virus can remain in the air for 3 hours and on stainless steel up to 3 days.
A Clipa bag hanger on your backpack loop or one of its straps makes it even easier to prevent contact with germs, viruses, dirt and bacteria on campus or at the office. It hangs most anywhere in seconds, including tables, auditorium desks and counters. Amp up your protection with hand sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol: according to the CDC, using them and washing hands often can help you stay healthy. And when you’re washing up, the Clipa can hang up to 33 lbs., in just a half an inch of space from sinks, stall walls even rails.
Just how important is it to keep your hands clean? A recent Prevention.com study found some surfaces had more germs than others, including: gas pumps (71%), mailbox handles (68%), escalator rails (43%), and ATM buttons (41%). With a change of seasons (and possibly your bag to a backpack), staying healthy is priority #1. Get your questions answered by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page; simply click on the image.