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Shading Eyes from the Sun in the Car



No need to buy window shades or blinds to protect little eyes from the sun's glare while riding in the car. Children--even infants--can wear a visor or sunhat.

As soon as my girlfriend clued me into this idea, I ditched the suction cupped roller blind FAST. That thing was more trouble than it was worth!

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mycompost
Jun. 27th, 2007 12:35 pm (UTC)
Visors
Hi Cat;
The visors work fine to shade their eyes, but the sun is so strong coming through window glass that sunburn is a big issue. If you don't have tinted glass that blocks harmful rays, then a shade of some sort is a good idea.
(Anonymous)
Jun. 28th, 2007 02:34 pm (UTC)
I agree
I completely agree! Dump that suction cup shade fast. It can become a projectile and deadly in a crash. The hat is a great idea, and I guess if you need more protection, those cling window tint shades are much less dangerous. thanks for the tip :)
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