If you like pancakes, you’ll love Pancake Puffs, or at least that’s what the infomercial promises. It says: “Pancake Puffs are easy to make. Just use your favorite pancake batter and flip. Easier than flipping a regular pancake.” But does it really do that?
If there’s a way to save time in the kitchen, we want it, and as the infomercial claims, the Slap Chop is the way to get it. But does it really do it? KDKA’s Consumer Editor Yvonne Zanos puts it to the test along with Molly Jubeck, a mother of two who could use the help.
Are you tired of ironing? The Steam Buddy promises to be the fastest, easiest and safest way to get rid of wrinkles. But does it really do that?
Getting rid of unwanted hair can be a hassle. You can rip it out, pluck it, melt it away with harsh chemicals, pay for costly laser treatments or that old stand by shaving. The Smooth Away promises to make getting rid of unwanted hair easy but does it really do that?
If you are looking for an easier way to clean your floors, the Shark Steam Mop claims to do the job faster and easier but does it really do that? KDKA Consumer Reporter Yvonne Zanos put the Shark Steam Mop to the test!
If you are tired of buying bread only to find it moldy before you get to use it there’s a new product on the market that promises to keep bread fresher longer. They are called Debbie Meyer Bread Bags but do they really do that.
You’ve probably seen the infomercial for a special pan that makes those little restaurant-style mini-burgers called “sliders.” It’s called the Big City Slider Station and sells for $20, plus shipping and handling. But does it really do that?