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Poop bags case "Psychofan"
Comfortable, waterproof case for poop bags "Psychofan"
Our case for poop bags is not only a unique look but also great functionality. The perfect complement to any walking set will be perfect thanks to two types of attachment to the leash - with a clip hook (loosely) or with Velcro (rigidly) directly on the leash. Our "doggy bottom" feeder makes removing pouches never been so easy. No more unnecessary unrolling of bags and soaking the cover.
The "Psychofan" pattern is the original style of tattoo artist Bianka Szlachta combined with super fashionable, strong colors. Funny dogs make it impossible to pass by without a smile.
The case was made in Poland, from the highest quality Polish materials guaranteeing long and comfortable use.
Key product features: High-quality, waterproof material; Original design, available only at Psyjaciele.com; Washable; 2 types of leash attachment - clip hook and velcro; Feeder for pouches in the shape of a "dog's butt".
The case fits all generally available bags, although we recommend biodegradable ones.
*Each case is made of a material with a pattern, so individual items may differ from each other and from the photo due to the use of a different piece of fabric.
High-quality waterproof material characterised by resistance to absorption of dust, dirt and hair. Extremely easy to clean, quick drying after washing.
Care rules for the case:
To remove minor dirt, just wipe with a damp sponge dipped in warm water. If the dirt is heavier, the case can be washed by hand at 30 degrees. The product should not be chlorinated, starch, ironed, bleach, mechanically dried or dry-cleaned. After washing, remember to hang it so that the case can dry thoroughly.
Remember that the cardboard packaging can be reused - it works great as a bag pouch or dog / cat treats - see the upcycling tab for more inspiration.
Bianka Szlachta - born in 1988 in Zabrze. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Katowice in 2013. She defended her diploma in the flat printing studio of professor Józef Budka. She took part in numerous group exhibitions in Poland and abroad, and had 4 individual exhibitions, the last one in the Artists' Colony in Gdańsk in 2018. She cooperated with Katowice Miasto Ogrodów, OFF-Festival, Hansa Wear, Adidas and Eurograf publishing house, for which she created illustrations for two editions of Antykalendar for Empik.See works