Americans spend $9.7 billion a year on household cleaning supplies. That’s a lot of money. But do you need to clean out your wallet to clean your house?
Does It Really Do That? The Ove Glove Gets Put To The Test
With young Brianna around the house, Carole Stroup says there’s one room that’s especially tough to keep clean – the bathroom. And while she’s tried chemicals like Drano, she’s never seen anything like the Turbo Snake.
With the winter weather causing problems on the roads, it’s more important than ever to keep both hands on the wheel and put down that phone. But if you have to make a call, there are plenty of options on the market including the Jupiter Jack, the last product pitched by the late Billy Mays. KDKA’s Jim Lokay put the Jupiter Jack to the test to find out “does it really do that?”
One problem many carbonated canned beverage drinkers face, is keeping the drink fizzy if you don’t finish it, but a new product out claims it can help with that and do much more.
We love our dogs. They are part of the family – just ask the Stalders. This time of year, some of Melissa’s favorite days are spent with her three sons and her puppy, a Newfoundland named Norman, romping through the woods.
The Perfect Brownie Pan promises perfectly cut brownies every time. The infomercial says the pan is the new non-stick way to bake, slice and serve brownies” because of the durable non-stick coating. But does it really do that?
The Furminator. It claims to be the ultimate de-shedder. It says it will take out all that hair that ends up everywhere and for $36, it should, but does it really do that?
With four children to watch, Sue Caputo of Wexford has a lot of mouths to feed; so any products promising to help make mealtime faster and easier are certainly welcome in her kitchen. She seemed like the perfect person to help us put “Pasta ‘N More” to the test.
The Eurosealer is a gadget that promises to be a real money saver, claiming you can now buy in bulk without worrying about food going bad or getting stale. But does it really do that?
At Alfano’s Restaurant in Washington, Pa., they’ll tell you they serve only the best and that means, back in the kitchen, using the right tools. According to TV infomercial’s Chef Tony, that should include the Samurai peeler.
Is there such a thing as a stain-free life? There’s a new product that promises to block stains before they begin. It’s called Blox. The infomercial promises: “It’s easy to use. All you have to do is drop it in the wash. It’s that easy. Just put it in the wash. That’s it.”
Point and Paint claims to be just that simple – point and paint walls, ceilings – an entire room in less than an hour. But does it really do that?