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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #2, Page #30
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Snapis Keep Baby's Toys within Reach

"I don't like using string to fasten baby items to high chairs and car seats as string is hard to unknot and babies tangle it up," reports Peggy Thomson, Lincoln, Neb., designer-manufacturer of "Snapis".
"They're colorful, polyester ribbons with snaps," explains Thomson. "You snap one end of the ribbon around the high chair, stroller, walker, car seat or other baby furniture, and the other end to a pacifier, teething ring or toy.
"Baby can play with the object and retrieve it himself if he drops it. Snapis also help keep baby toys from becoming soiled," Thomson adds.
Another potential use is for securing items to a handicapped person's wheelchair.
Snapis come in a variety of colors and are washable. Each package contains 3 ribbons one 17-in. long and two 29-in. long. They sell for $4.95 per package, plus $1.25 shipping. Thomson is looking for dealers.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Snapis, Peggy Thomson, 4230 Progressive Ave., Lincoln, Neb. 68504 (ph 402 464-1651).


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1985 - Volume #9, Issue #2