At $25.00 per pair + p&h, it makes scent.
What’s a Sweet Shoo anyway and what do you use it for?
The Sweet Shoo started life as a response to a dancer’s request for aromatic inserts into her dancing shoes.
But when we designed the sachets we realised the potential for a multitude of other uses.
Like inside cupboards, freshening linen and lingerie drawers, tea towel drawers, writing desks, laundry bags, brief cases and any other enclosed space that gets musty and needs a boost.
Each sachet is folded concertina fashion and tied with a ribbon. So you have the option of a narrow and plump shape to fit into tight spaces like shoes. Or the folded out flat shape to lay at the bottom of your drawers.
The Sweet Shoo is attractively packaged so it makes an ideal gift for someone special.
Whichever way you chose to use the Sweet Shoo the subtle aroma will last for a long, long time and can be refreshed.
Sweet Shoo Facts.
Materials. The outside casing is made from shantung for that luxurious touch. The filler is pure cedar shavings (the waste from a timber window manufacturer and is also an insect repellent). The aroma is from pure distilled essential oils blended in the style of perfume. Our formula includes Frankincense, Pine and Bergamot as the basic ingredients with additional aromatic oils to link these and give depth to the aroma. All our essential oils are from Tasmania and are pure and chemical free.
Design. The pouches have three pockets which are folded concertina fashion and tied with a satin ribbon. Each pair is then packed in cellophane. Take them out and use them as they are or take the ribbon off and lay them flat. Massaging the cedar inside each pocket produces additional bursts of aroma.
We have carefully chosen and blended our fragrant oils to appeal to both men and women.
At $25.00 per pair + p&h, you’ll scent the difference.
The Dancer’s Tale
A professional ballroom dancer purchased some Travel Bug Shoe Bags to store her dancing shoes. And asked if we knew where she could find fragrant sachets that were spicy rather than sweet.
We learned that dancers store their shoes with fragrant sachets in the toes, so they smell fresh the next time they wear them
Our ballroom dancer gave the fragrance her seal of approval and uses Sweet Shoo in all her shoes.
All the photographs are of our property and are taken by Carol the Paddock Paparazzi. To view more of Carol’s photos click here. For more information contact us and talk to Carol.