Thinking of getting some painting done around the house, but hate the idea of investing the time?
A new product called the Play and Freeze Ice Cream Ball claims you don’t have to pause the fun to make delicious homemade ice cream. Does it really do that?
After we tested Dutch Glow Almond Wood Milk, our tester, and a lot of our viewers told us they wished there was something we could test to see if it takes care of scratches in wood.
If you love grilling, but hate the mess it can leave behind, you will be interested in checking out the Miracle Grill Mat.
Do you have a stain or two around the house that you just can’t get out? The StainzAway mitt says it can help with only a mitt and water.
There are a couple of new products that claim to make your egg cooking and eating, easier, but do they really work?
If you’re always losing your keys, you’ll want to hear about a new product that claims to be able to help you take that stress out of your life.
Are you one of the millions of people who suffer from pain? Whether it’s your knee, elbow, ankle, wrist, or back, lots of people are looking for relief.
Have you had some fights with your plastic wrap? Maybe it tangles on you, or bunches up. maybe you’ve cut yourself on that blade.
There are many products that claim they can clean your computer and get it back to that like-new speed. KDKA-TV news anchor Jennifer Antkowiak worked with the Win Cleaner to answer the question – Does It Really Do That?
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Grocery shopping can be an adventure in and of itself, and then it comes time to haul all the stuff home. If you’ve been frustrated by too many bags, breaking bags, and […]
A product called Dutch Glow Amish Wood Milk promises to bring old wooden furniture back to life; does it really do that?
With its Magic Gloves and No-Bubble Solution, Juggle Bubbles looks fun. It claims to make bubbles without the trouble, but does it really do that?
Little scratches on your car can seem to show up out of nowhere. It can be time-consuming and expensive to take your car to a body shop to have them fixed too.
The Potato Express promises perfectly cooked potatoes in your microwave in just four minutes. Does it really do that?