We love our pets, but the pet hair they leave around our homes, not so much. A product called the Sticky Buddy claims to be able to help you take care of that mess quickly and easily. Does it really do that?
it’s the time of year again when you can help make a difference in someone’s life. The 2013 KDKA-TV Turkey Fund kicked off today!
We’ve had good ice cream weather around here lately, so how does a personal ice cream maker sound? The Ice Cream Magic claims all that stands between you and delicious ice cream is some ice, fresh ingredients and three minutes of shaking.
It’s one of our most popular “Does It Really Do That” segments, the pocket hose.
The No No Hair Removal System claims to give you no hair with no pain and no hassle. But does it really do that?
We’re heading into summer driving season, which means a lot of time on the road and a bigger potential for frustrating cell phone service and dropped calls.
Several furniture mover products claim to be able to turn you into a one person moving crew, and make it easy for you to move your furniture whenever and wherever you’d like. KDKA-TV’s Jennifer Anthowiak puts some of those products to the test.
We’ve enjoyed some warmer weather recently, and all the garden stores and greenhouses are filling up with plants.
Ear pain from too much wax that traps water in your ears is a common complaint from kids. It happens more in the summer when they’re spending more time at the pool. So, should you try the Wax Vac to prevent the problem?
You’ve probably seen the commercials for the SodaStream, the store displays or maybe on a home shopping channel.
Many people like a cup of coffee to get them going in the morning. Others seem to use coffee as fuel throughout the day. Coffee drinking can turn into an expensive habit-even if you have a coffee maker that lets you brew coffee-shop quality coffee at home.
It’s called the Clean Step Mat, and the commercials have caught a lot of attention.
Many people are gearing up for holiday shopping mode with Black Friday coming up this week. KDKA-TV news anchor/Does It Really Do That reporter Jennifer Antkowiak went to Churchill to test a product that would make a good holiday gift for several people on your list.
Local students stepped up Monday to help families in need this Thanksgiving. As the children at Sts. Simon & Jude and their families are getting ready for their own Thanksgiving celebrations, they thought it would be great to reach out and help others in the community.
The holidays are approaching, and brown paper packages tied up with string would be much easier to open than much of the plastic packaging we see today. People use scissors, knives, fingers and teeth to try to break in; but a product called Open X says not anymore!