Chicago, IL (December 27, 2011) – Toddy Gear, creator of the stylish, unparalleled Toddy Smart Cloth, announces today that this innovative cloth, that has been all-the-rage, will be displayed at CES 2012 in over fifty colorful and eye-catching designs.  The Toddy Smart Cloth has created quite the buzz over the past year because its an undeniable necessity for those looking to keep their electronics dirt and smudge free. This must-have can be used for your touchscreen devices, sunglasses, household items, automobiles, and more. It is a handcrafted, microfiber cloth that features an AEGIS Microbe Shield® technology to protect the cloth, and your favorite products, against microorganisms that contribute to mold and mildew.


The Toddy Smart Cloth has also generated an immense amount of interest from the corporate industry who seek simple and effective items to use as promotional collateral and/or company gifts. With Toddy Gear's convenient option to customize the smart cloth with your own logo or tagline, companies worldwide are creating their own unique Toddy Cloths. This year the Toddy Cloth also became available at Target retail stores around the country. Consumers can now purchase their smart cloths conveniently at a location nearest them. Sales of the Toddy Cloth in 2011 have been exceedingly high, further proving the phenomenon of this pocket-sized cleaning solution.

"Over the past year the Toddy Cloth has been growing as a household name worldwide with its impeccable ability to provide a fashionable, simple and effective means of keeping virtually all of your devices dirt and smudge free," said Todd Gabel, President and Founder, Toddy Gear. "We are now thrilled to release a number of additional prints and designs for our loyal customers who demand a variety of fashionable options to personally match them, which can all be spotted at CES 2012."

The Toddy Cloth is available for $9.99 (5x7) or $19.99 for a three pack, at,,, and Target retail stores. For more information on the Toddy Cloth and its newest collections being unveiled at CES

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