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Friday, September 4, 2009

Slatwall Products

I love to go to the mall and do my favorite activity, window shopping. I am attracted to the merchant that display systematic arrangements of their products. There are many stores in the mall that use slatwall hooks. The picture below is called slat wall face-outs used by so many boutiques in the mall. The design of this slat wall material can save space and easy to flip by the customers. Usually, this is a very common thing used when displaying handbags, backpacks, luggage and those items containing straps. This is very easy to use and can easily hook onto slat wall. If you visit, this item is available in black, white, and chrome. It contains 5 hooks that help the boutique owner organize the display of her products.
Using this product, it can make a small space huge because the item will be displayed in certain area by the wall. Since it is designed as slanting from top to bottom, customers can easily see what they want without messing the display. It will look presentable, systematic and pleasing to the eyes by the window shoppers. If you are planning to buy this product, just visit the Website and you can order it online.

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