Product Review: SiliGuy

SiliGuy is a Flexible Cell Phone Universal Car Mount.  If you use your “maps” app a lot to help you get to where you are going, you can use this mount to hang your phone from the rear view mirror or maybe even from the steering wheel so that you can see the map and have your hands free to hold on to the steering wheel to drive! SiliGuy can also slide into the air vent, or hang pretty much anywhere else you want in your car.  Any hand-sized device can be secured in your car providing visibility to the GPS or use of the speaker phone.

Photos show the SiliGuy with my Samsung Galaxy S5 both with and without the case.  I wasn’t sure if it would get a secure hold with the phone IN the case – but when I hung it in the car it didn’t have a problem.

SiliGuy can also be used in more places than just the car.  Hang him from handle bars, the treadmill at the gym, from a cabinet in the kitchen to view recipes online, to hold the phone while it is charging, etc.

This is a fun device with many uses, and it looks like a guy so it is great for the novelty aspect as well.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Try It Tuesday: Make Your Own Disney Shirt #2

For our second Disney trip, I decided to try Iron On Transfers (I think the last time I used iron on transfers was in 2000 with less than stellar results, but I was hoping that they’ve advanced a bit in the past 14 years!) because these shirts were red and I couldn’t trace a stencil from underneath it like I did with the white shirts!

First I printed out the text on a regular piece of paper to make sure the sizing was ok to fit across the shirt.  Then I decided I wanted the letters to be yellow instead of white, so I printed them again to make sure everything looked nice.  Then I finally got around to printing on to the iron on transfer.  I got special ones for dark clothing, they are on a white background instead of clear, so you had to cut out around the design or else you’d have a lot of excess white. You have to leave the print out alone for at least 30 minutes so that the ink can settle/dry!  The cutting out portion was done with an x-acto knife and there was some peeling of the black in the cutting.

Then I watched a tutorial on the website of the iron on transfer company so I knew what I was doing. I got some help and had a ruler to make sure things were even and then each letter was ironed on.  The white I mentioned earlier was around some of the edges and looked really obvious to me – so I took a black sharpie and carefully colored everything in.  From a distance, you can’t tell.  Up close, you can, but I don’t think anyone will get that close to look!


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