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Swipe Tie Father's Day Event #3

Hey Neighbors!

How about a tie for Father's Day?  Now I know some of you are thinking, "A tie for Father's day!".  Yes, because this is no ordinary tie that dad will just give a casual thanks and then throw in his closet with his other ties.  This is a Swipe Tie and is designed to not only look nice, but it is useful as well.  Even my sons are interested in this one.  As a matter of fact one of my sons will be in the pictures, because Dad won't be receiving this until later!

Swipe Ties are designed so you can remove fingerprints and smudges from personal items like glasses, iPhones, Smartphones, iPads and other electronic devices.  Now, is that not a perfect gift for dad?  How many times does dad hunt for something to clean his glasses, etc?  Now no more searching.  Just use the tie!

  • Approximately 3 inches (width) by 58 inches (length).
  • 100% imported silk.
  • Scotchgard™ built-in protection protects against dirt, soil and stains.
  • Dry Clean only.
  • Do not iron.
  • Caution: Cloth itself does not scratch surfaces, but can pick up particles that do scratch.
The Swipe Tie, normally $49.95 is on sale right now for $34.95.  It comes in several colors and patterns.  They also have Swipe Tees available, so if dad doesn't wear ties much, perhaps you could get him a Tee!

About Swipe:
"Ask anyone that has a smartphone or other touchscreen gadget what they dislike about their device's screen. Most will tell you that it is how dirty and oily the screen gets. Their solution? Rub it awkwardly on their pants or shirt, or carry a cleaning cloth with them.   

Well, most clothing material (cotton, demin, wool) is not designed to clean glass or plastic screens. Wiping your phone screen on your shirt will minimally reduce the dirty screen or make it worse. And carrying a cleaning cloth...who wants to do that. 

The Swipe Apparel Team went to work and after months of research and testing, we found the best cleaning fabric and integrated it into stylish and practical everyday clothing. Now you can always have a clean screen anywhere you are. We think our products are great and we think you will love them too."
Be sure to visit their site and take a look around!  And be sure to find them on Facebook and Twitter.  

Now the great news neighbor will receive a Swipe Tie for dad for Father's Day.  Hurry up and enter!

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Darlene said…
I like the SwipeTie (Wolverine)
tawndam said…
lol... useful & functional... ;-) SwipeTie (Ferrell)
latanya t said…
SwipeTie (President)
Unknown said…
Iwould like to ente rfor this nice swipe tie what is funny is that most people cant find a nice tie anymore but i thought that it would be nice on dad i may not win but it is worth a try.Robert matthew unger(at)yahoo.(com)
Anne N. said…
I like the Miles blue tie.
Quantmlife said…
Cindy B (on rc/fb) ~ definitely like the Miles (blue) tie. Thanks.
amramazon280 said…
love the miles blue tie
Laura Lynch said…
I like the president and the royal patterns
cman said…
SwipeTie (The Royal)
cman said…
SwipeTie (The Royal)

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