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“My children were very interested in this item, what a great idea. Now I know the perfect gift for a new Muslim! There should be versions for German too.” -Amy N. Friedrichshafen, Germany
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Wudu Cling Review and Giveaway

 

 

 

 

 

The Wudu Cling ReviewA few weeks ago, I was formally introduced to Woodturtle after following her blog for several years. She writes from the perspective of a Muslim Feminist Convert and Parent of two beautiful daughters. I often find myself nodding in agreement or opening my eyes to a new take on something that has been on my mind. Woodturtle gave a lecture last month about mothering Muslim identity and wanted to interview me about my life raising Muslim Children. I wish I could have heard the lecture. When I shared The Wudu Cling with Woodturtle she graciously offered to do a review and host a giveaway. Her glowing remarks went live today. Enjoy!

The Wudu Cling is a small, static cling vinyl display of the 10 steps of wudu. Brief explanations are paired up with clear illustrations. And it’s so handy. Seriously. After I slapped it on our bathroom mirror, Eryn took one look and grabbed her step stool so she could follow along and make wudu. It’s an amazing learning tool as well as a confidence booster.  Review at WoodTurtle 

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“The Wudu Cling is such an amazing idea for converts and children, too! Thankfully I have all the steps memorized, but I will definitely be passing my cling along to new converts! I’m actually going to try to make a convert gift basket for any new converts I meet and will be including your clings, inshaAllah.” Hannah Nemec Snyder, Los Angeles, CA. – Author of ConvertConfessions 

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“Asalaamu Alaikum Alhamdulillah!! Shukran it’s perfect for my kids to learn how to offer Wudu the proper way. :)” Shabrea M. Williamstown, NJ

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“I received the clings and it is so helpful for my son’s bathroom! Now we can be sure he is actually offering proper Wudu when he’s alone. 

I will definitely spread the word and I’m going to gift one to a new revert.

My husband said that it’s Alhamdullilah that you had the idea to do this… he LOVES it.” -Shabrea; Williamstown, NJ