Sunday, January 3, 2010

Mayfair Lane Review

Launched in the spring of 2008, Mayfair Lane has the gift market buzzing with its innovative products and fresh designs. Its patent-pending Happeez® product line is made up of simple, classic gifts that take gift-giving to a whole new level by virtue of their being both uniquely stylish as well as extremely practical.

Sue Russell, Mayfair Lane’s Founder and CEO, combined her finely tuned marketing skills with her constant search for the perfect gift. After working with 3M Post-it® products and elegant stationery lines from Boatman Geller, she made an important discovery. All notepads and decorative items for the refrigerator, even the most beautiful ones, were backed with magnetic strips. These strips worked for many households but not for those with a stainless steel, glass or wood paneled refrigerators, to which magnets do not stick. And so, Happeez® were born.

Happeez® Notepads, Clippers, Photo Frames, Whiteboards, and List Pads contain a Happeez® material that grips to stainless steel and other slick surfaces such as glass, mirror, aluminum, plastic or vinyl. Unlike a magnet, Happeez® products protect surfaces from scratching and marring, and will not leave a residue. If the product loses its grip due to dust build-up, users can easily revive it by spraying the back with water or a vinegar-based window cleaner.

In a short time, Mayfair Lane has made great strides. Our products can be found in over 1,200 retailers nationwide and in Canada. The response from both the traditional press and the online media has been resoundingly positive.

Judith from Mayfair Lane provided me with two adorable items to review. I received the Jungle Fever Happeez Clipper Trio and the Jungle Fever Happeez List Pad. Both items are completely adorable and have added a little "wild" touch to my working area. The List Pad and the Clipper Trio have a Revolutionary material that grips to slick surfaces, including stainless steel refrigerators, with no residue. To maintain grip, wipe back with water or vinegar-based glass cleaner and dry. It really works too! I have stuck and re-stuck them to various surfaces and it's still sticking! It's wonderful! I have to say that I definitely love these two items and make good use of them. They've become part of my New Year's Resolution to be more organized!


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