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Say No to Flies and Enjoy Alfresco Dining

Media Release: Say No to Flies and Enjoy Alfresco Dining

Date: Tuesday 3rd September 2013

Say goodbye to flies with ShooAway, a stylish, innovative product that keeps flies off your food. Quiet and chemical free, ShooAway has two rotating soft touch blades with holograms on the end of the blades. These spin around and scatter light, repelling unwanted flies.  When touched, the blades pause - making it safe to use around kids and glassware.  ShooAway is perfect to use when preparing food and during dining.    Just place ShooAway in the centre of the table, switch it on and watch it repel flies whilst you sit back and relax.

Eco friendly, quiet and unobtrusive, ShooAway is chemical free, very effective and easy to use.  It will make summer dining so much more enjoyable. 

ShooAway runs on 2 AA batteries so it’s perfect to take on holiday, out to picnics or on camping trips.  This clever invention was the brainchild of Rob Ayala and Andrew Smith, frustrated with the never-ending battle with flies.  

Available through
RRP $24.95

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Keep flies away this summer with ShooAway


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