Available at: Canadian Tire
Magic-Mat is among the items that resides at the end of the aisle with the tree-shaped atmosphere stinkers and the “As seen on TV” products. Thinking about the measly cost, it was worth the gamble.
Peel the tacky, flimsy black mat in the wrapper and throw it to the dash, away from airbags. That’s all of the direction needed. The silicone gel sticks to the dashboard and whatever you put on it. It’s terrific for smart phones, eyeglasses, keys — anything that slides with each turn. When it was put on the vertical portion of the dashboard, the massive smartphone did wiggle itself free when driving on dirt roads, but coins remained in place.
Like lint rollers made from silicone, it is going to lose its tackiness, but a fast rinse in soapy water must bring back the rod. Dusty back streets really limit its life between cleanings.
On the net, the item is recorded under many names. However, it’s so insignificant, it does not make it on Canadian Tire’s webpage. You’re going to need to wander past the fuzzy dice and stick-people stickers to find it.
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