We launched dog car seat covers because we felt our patterns could offer some color in an otherwise drab product market.
Same stylish patterns and durable quality our customers have come to love—just on the road. Which got us thinking about the ways we could re-use things we had around the house to make our road trips a bit easier.
creamer bottles 👉 spill-free snack containers
Instead of recycling that creamer bottle remove the outside wrapper (if present) and thoroughly wash and dry the lid and bottle. Fill with your favorite snack to pour out by the handful on the road.
suction cup shower caddy 👉 backseat window bins
Whether you have mini-Picasso's who need easy access to art supplies, or just want to have a place to put backseat essentials, a suction cup shower caddy has plenty of room to keep small items organized. If the former, we also suggest getting a set of washable window markers for an easy-to-wipe backseat canvas.
carabiners 👉 space-saving hangers
If you’re like us, you have a few carabiners laying around the house. Mostly from products that had no business having a carabiner included.
Put those not-quite-useful-not-quite-trash things to use by hanging small items like umbrellas, poop bag holders, and purses from headrests for easy access and increased organization.
DIY seatbelt pillow
Some soft remanent fabric, velcro and basic sewing tools are all you need with these simple instructions to make a seatbelt pillow for all road trippers! We suggest upcyling old linens or pillow stuffing for the filling, instead of buying it.
Safe and happy travels!