As our long hot July comes to a close, we have a new future King of England, Prince George born on July 22, 2013. Will, Kate and Prince George are spending his first days in Bucklebury, Berkshire, England with Kates family. It is a terrific, majestic time for the English people.
We are still having hot, hot weather throughout the country, along with some rainy times to lower the temperatures and help our drought areas. Garden parties are in full swing and we are still enjoying our baseball, soccer and other summer sport events. People are hosting barbecues and family reunions during the last hurrah before school days begin.
We prepare our homes for our parties and guests; our readers want their homes to look nice and clean. That often starts with their windows, as people enjoy looking at the views. Many readers have Silhouette ® window shadings by Hunter Douglas. They allow people to see a filtered view, get life giving light into their rooms and insulate their homes simultaneously.
The light is very attractive, alluring bugs into the vanes to capture the wonderful, warm rays. Once they enter the side openings of the shadings, they cannot find their way out. This is why we have invented and manufacture our CamilyWand™ Sticky Bug Removal Tool™. It’s the easy way to remove the pesky critters safely and quickly, without harming the Silhouettes®. It also works on Nantuckets™, Pirouettes ®, Luminettes®, and Vignettes® by Hunter Douglas as well as Shangri-La, Illusions and other similar blinds by other companies.
The Silhouettes® are among the finest of blinds and window shadings, perfect for little Prince George. They allow partial privacy and filtered views at the same time. I’ve been selling Silhouettes® and their “sister product”, Nantuckets™ in my interior design business since they were invented and they offer every advantage for blinds. Why the bugs are attracted to such a beautiful shading led to our CamilyWand™ being invented.
We at Camily, LLC wish you a fun filled rest of the summer. As the school year approaches, be safe and enjoy our end of July and August!