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Flowery’s New File Catty for Holiday Season

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 7:24 PM

Nail files are an essential take-along beauty item, but loose files can scratch the contents of purses, gym bags or luggage as they attract lint and powder.

Flowery Beauty Products, a division of Spilo Worldwide, has solved the issue with the File Catty, a clear plastic compact that protects the file as well as items that can be damaged by it. The files are available in six holiday designs and make perfect salon retail items or client gifts. For more information, visit www.spilo.com.

Flowery’s New File Catty for Holiday Season

Flowery's File Catty holds nail files in a variety of Holiday designs.

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