Nature’s Miracle tackles pet allergens
Nature’s Miracle, the brand of pet stain and odor removers from Spectrum Brands, introduced a new product line for the common household problem of inanimate pet allergens.
When used as directed, Nature’s Miracle Allergen Blocker products work to deactivate inanimate pet dander on contact, on furniture and other treated surfaces and with the pet shampoo products, on the coats of the pets themselves, the company said.
In a press release, David Carrillo, division VP of marketing for Nature’s Miracle, explains the journey behind Nature’s Miracle Allergen Blocker: “We understand the strong bond between pets and families, and the desire to create a more comfortable home for pet-loving families everywhere.”
This innovative product helps to improve the home environment where pets are present, by deactivating inanimate pet dander on a home’s favorite couch, easy chair and other furniture shared by pets and pet-lovers, the company said.
Nature’s Miracle Allergen Blocker is offered in six product options, so that consumers can choose the appropriate pet allergen-fighting combination, including wipes, sprays and shampoos.
The company said the line is being distributed through PetSmart stores.
Jeffrey Court introduces Vintage Studio tile collection
Jeffrey Court, a tile manufacturer based on the West Coast, is introducing a new tile line dubbed the Chapter 2 Vintage Studio collection — one that embodies both old and new aesthetics.
"Meeting at the intersection of classic 'vintage' style and forward 'studio' thinking, Jeffrey Court’s new Chapter 2 'Vintage Studio' was born out of an appreciation of a warm, unpretentious vintage style and an openness to modern design preference," the company explained.
The collection includes the Brushwork mosaic, which is characterized by a linear stick pattern, and the Composition mosaic, a traditional 1" stacked pattern.
Both come in a number of color blends that include Starry White, Mountain Mist, Enchanted Shadow, Crisp Linen, Natural Burlap and Antique Lace.
Customers also have the option of choosing 3” x 6” subway tile size or a 3” x 12” bar tile, as well as flat or beveled.
“This next evolution in ceramic mosaics expresses the attitude we had when we first designed this collection,” said Andrew Casanova, Jeffrey Court marketing director. “Our plan was to create a line that meets our standards of design and style, while meeting the budget conscious needs of many of today’s consumers. Chapter 2 masters both exceptionally well.”