"Dogollage" Key chain
Extremly handy key chain "Dogollage"
Our new key chains make you looking for lost keys in bag never again :). Comfortable handle and light rifle ensure easy use. Pattern of the leash is guarantee of uniqueness and outstanding look.
The key chain was handmade in Poland, from the highest quality materials guaranteeing long and comfortable use. You can match the key chain your dog's collar, leash or attach to fanny bag.
Key product features: Colorful, double-sided, very durable tape 20mm wide; Strong, weatherproof Duraflex fittings; Handmade in Poland;; A unique design available only on psyjaciele.com
Overall length: 23cm
Tape width: 20 cm
Strong, double-sided, colorful tape.
Duraflex fittings, durable clip hooks.
Rules for key chain care:
If you want to remove small dirt, just wipe with a damp sponge dipped in warm water. For heavier dirt, the leash can be washed by hand or in the washing machine at 30 degrees. Use a gentle washing mode with 700 maximum spin. Before putting in the washing machine, it is best to wrap the leash in some material (we will avoid knocking on the washing machine, which may cause scratches on the fittings). The product should not be chlorinated, starch, ironed, bleach, mechanically dried or dry-cleaned. After washing, remember to hang it up so that the leash can dry thoroughly.
Remember that the cardboard packaging can be reused - it works great as a packaging for bags or dog / cat delicacies - see the upcycling tab for more inspiration!
Jagoda was born and lives in Wałbrzych. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Kraków. Art education at the Faculty of Painting. She cooperated, among others with the quarterly Newsweek Psychologia, KUKBUK magazine, Pismo. Her works could be seen in the K Mag magazine or in the Puro Hotel chain. She loves playing with meanings, extracting something from natural environment, changing context. Dilapidated, yellowed paper of old newspapers and herbariums. From each trip, she brings back old magazines, fragments of damaged books and forgotten photographs, from antiquities in a side street and Sunday flea markets. For more, visit www.blueberrythinks.pl and instagram @blueberrythinks.See works