Using musluv as a car sun shade for your baby

Car window shades for a baby are an essential way to protect their eyes and skin in their car seat, particularly as UVA rays go through rear window glass much more easily than the front windscreen. So, what makes musluv covers useful as a baby car window shade?

Musluv baby sun covers are flexible, so they can be angled to block UV, whichever way the sunlight enters the car window. They can be tied to the car hardware (such as the grab handle, headrests or adult seatbelt buckles) or around the base of the car seat to create a shielding “wall” between the baby and the window. Unlike with some window tints, they can be positioned to allow a gap so you can still check your blind spots. They’ll also keep shading your baby even if you open the window to let in some cool air.

By combining excellent sun protection and high-quality cotton muslin, musluv covers are uniquely suited to the task of protecting young, delicate skin.

Find out about using your multi-use musluv cover as a baby carrier shade, a pram cover, a stroller sun cover or a breastfeeding cover. Musluv covers can also be used as a light stroller blanket or simple drape.


“I was concerned about the cost mainly. It’s difficult to tell quality when you are buying off the internet. But the product is so amazing, it’s worth the price and make my life heaps easier. It’s actually so useful I'm planning to gift these to some friends of mine as it's not something people are that aware of. I didn’t realise how much I needed it until I had it.”

Tejal T, customer

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