This past week I have got a new great product I was finally able to put in our car, I am so happy. We haven’t really left the house in the car the whole past week, it has been so hot. Today we went to our swimming classes, and we installed new static cling car sun shades for our baby on both sides of the car back seats, on the windows.

I have to say that last time we used car shades was with our older daughter, and we used them for only a few times. This was a bit more than 5-7 years ago. The car would get really hot in the sun, and sometimes the sun would shine straight in our baby’s faces, which was not good we thought, and so we bought the only available at the time model and installed it. The shade ended up falling so many times on our baby or on the floor of the car we deemed it useless and got rid of it. That shade had suction cups, and those cups would constantly come off the window.

Now we got a really nice new model of a shade that works on static! How cool is that! What an amazing great design! Granted, we have only used it for one day so far, but it certainly stayed on the window the whole time. There are so many great qualities that this car shade has, let me tell you!

Firstly, it stays put on the window and provides wonderful UV protection UPF30+.

There are two shades in the pack, so you can use it on both windows, and there are clear money savings there as you don’t need to buy two packs.

The shade is also very light, so even if by some magical force it does fall down in the side or on the baby, it wouldn’t hurt anyone because it is smooth, soft, and there are no sharp edges or heavy parts on it.

The shades are foldable for easy storage. The package even comes with a nice case.

I am so happy our baby, and even our kids are going to be protected in the car, and the sun will not shine straight in their eyes. This shade is called “Mr. Bene” car sun shade, so thank you Mr. Bene for coming up with this ingenious product and design, and protecting our kids. Finally great technology used for a great cause!

This shade retails for $8.97 on Amazon right now.

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