New Ways to Add Color
Add color to your home with these products.
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It’s like putting a giant mood ring on your walls or anything else you want to paint. Eclipse is a heat-sensitive product applied just like paint. The difference is eclipse changes from blue to white or black to white when it comes in contact with heat or the sun. It can be applied to plastics, metals, fabrics, leathers, wood, and glass.
Eclipse: ALSA Corporation
Web site: www.alsahouse.com
Rotating Rainbow Crystals
The Kikkerland Rainbow Maker is an inexpensive way to add a splash of color to your home. The solar-powered rotating crystal hangs in a sunny window. When the sun hits your window, it activates the crystal to start spinning and spreading rainbows throughout the room. The product also provides what’s known as "chromo-therapy" a soothing sensation provided by color and light.
Kikkerland Rainbow Maker
Note: Kikkerland does not sell directly to the public. Rainbow Makers are available from the online retailers below.
The Sportsman's Guide
Web site: www.sportsmansguide.com
Web site: www.solutionscatalog.com
Ship the Web.com
Web site: www.shiptheweb.com
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