Monday, October 28, 2013

Leaving Your Valuables At Home During Holiday Traveling?

Hide your valuables in a hidden safe, where thieves can overlook them because they look like common household items, such as can of potato chips.
Many of us are already booking our air fares or planning our holiday vacation to see family. Meanwhile, our homes are left unoccupied and become sitting ducks for a break-in.

But there are ways to hide your jewelry or money, where thieves will not be able to find them, while you are away… They are called HIDDEN SAFES! They actually are in plain site when intruders walk into your home, but a thief will not think twice about them! You see, they are disguised as ordinary things, such as a candle, shaving cream, clock, book, etc.  Disguised hidden safes are excellent ways to hide money or jewelry, because thieves don't even think to look inside of them!

Hide your valuables in a hidden safe, where thieves can overlook them because they look like common household items, such as can of potato chips.Hide your valuables in a hidden safe, where thieves can overlook them because they look like common household items, such as can of potato chips.At WomenOnGuard.com, we have several hidden safes that you can choose from for your home, during the holidays. Some are very realistic! For instance if you shake with your hand, the Maxwell House coffee safe, it actually feels like it has coffee in it! Same goes for the Pringles can, the Morton Salt one and the Dasani water bottle, as well. The Dasani water has a clear liquid in it that you can actually see and shake... very realistic!

One thing we do want to suggest… When inserting items in these safes, make sure when they are closed, that they don't rattle or make sliding noises. If they do, simply insert a cotton or some sort of cloth, so that the jewelry or money, doesn't make a sound. You don't want a thief to hear funny noises coming from one of these disguised safes!

So get some peace of mind and choose one of these safes to hide your jewelry or money, before you take off for the holidays!

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