An Attractive Way To Save Your Outdoor Furniture In The Wind
Many people have an investment in their outdoor patio furniture or have tried to have a picnic and find the wind can be a disaster. Shop Jonquil's WindPaws and DogLegs are an attractive way to save outdoor furniture, or a picnic from ruins.
October 24, 2011 (Newswire.com) - Many people have an investment in their outdoor patio furniture or have tried to have a picnic and find the wind can be a disaster. Shop Jonquil's WindPaws and DogLegs are an attractive way to protect the outdoor furniture, or save a picnic from ruins.
"We came up with the idea, believe it or not, when our adorable lab trapped a pillow under her paw!" says Diane Korem Mahaffey, CEO/Co-Founder of Jonquil Innovations, Inc. "Living in North Texas the wind consistently blows and we found ourselves chasing pillows, the grill cover and outdoor chairs in the backyard. We couldn't find anything that looked nice when we entertained, so we created WindPaws and DogLegs."
WindPaws is one a secure way to hold down outdoor tables, chairs, blankets, table cloths, pillows and so much more! Simply wrap them around the chair arm, table, garden hose and secure with Velcro© pads. They are designed with Velcro© pads on one side and a decorative design on the opposite side. Each one is 11" long and 5" wide, weight approximately 2 lbs each and available in Dalmatian, Sky Blue, Blue/Yellow Floral, & Green/Blue Floral prints. Each one has a latex liner so the sand doesn't get wet and stain the WindPaws. They are mildew, stain, and water resistant.
DogLegs are made from a durable nylon fabric, can be used commercially and for everyday use in the home to secure and stabilize items such as outdoor umbrellas, Christmas tree stands, tables, grills, or anything else you find suitable. Simply wrap the "DogLeg" around and secure with long Velcro© straps. They are also 11" long and 3" wide, weight approximately 3.5 lbs each and available in black.
Diane adds, "we have been using them ourselves and found they work well holding items down in winds up to about 50 mph. This happens often where we live! My husband uses them to keep our extension cords out of the way for our outdoor Christmas lights too!"
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