The UV light from KMASHI has made quite an impression on me. I have had the small ones in the past to detect kitty pee pee but it is a joke next to this heavy duty light. Before I get into specifics, and you look at my video and gag, let me explain something to you. The first thing that comes to mind when one of these lights are mentioned is that you are checking for bodily fluids, on sheets or pet accidents, etc but that is not the only thing that is detected. Anything with protein such as cooking spatters, threads, fuzz anything white also pops out at you. I remember as a teen back in the 70's black lights were very popular. All it was is an ultra violet light. We had them at discos, or even our bedrooms. I now have to question myself, why?
With 100 high intensity uv bulbs, you can be sure that this heavy duty light will perform admirably, detecting, dirt, grime, body fluids and even counterfeit money! The barrel and casing are a high impact aluminum material with a gun metal finish. Inside the barrel are two battery components, each one requiring 3 AA batteries (not included). The light is water resistant, has a rubber grip and carrying strap.
I have to say that after making the rounds in my house to the suspicious areas I was kind of grossed out myself. Take a look at my couch. The center cushion has a spattering of little spots which suspiciously are in the exact height of my puppy's tally-wacker when he stands up on his hind legs to look out the window. Ewww! Then there is my kitchen backslash which I truly believed was clean. It looks like a crime scene! But wait.....the worst is yet to come. The bathroom......is by far the winner for the scariest room in the house. The toilet was embarrassing. I pointed out to my husband that he is not the great aim that he professes to be when it comes to middle of the night wee wee's. I knew it! Now I can PROVE it. If the toilet doesn't get you, then my radioactive bath soap will! Check it out!
Disclosure: I received the UV flashlight at little or no cost in exchange for testing, evaluation and unbiased review.
How many times have you put a bra into the washer only to have it ruined? The hooks seem to catch onto other clothing and they get bent, the bra gets stretched out of shape or torn. Another problem that I seem to run into is with socks. Two go in but one comes out. Sometimes I wonder if my washer is a portal to an abyss where many small or delicate articles of clothing go MIA. I won't let it win!! My latest weapon against this clothes eating beast is the laundry wash bags sold by Comsun. This set comes with a large and medium flat bag good for socks, lacy underwear, headbands, pantyhose and the likes. There is a special bra bag which is uniquely shaped to fit your brassiere and another cylindrical shaped bag which is perfect for furry little stuffed animals or hats.
As a participant in a test group, I received the bags at little or no cost in exchange for my unbiased review. I have used these bags for several washes and they still look new. The zippers are nylon so they do not rust. The mesh fabric is soft and porous so that the wash water can flow through but the socks cannot escape. The pink zipper adds a touch of femininity to the overall look. These bags will also come in handy when going away on vacation. They are great to organize your small items. Based on my experience with these bags, I would definitely recommend them.
First the Pros:
I like the controls and the fact that you can control the heat. With 5 heat levels, there is a setting for all hair types. The ceramic heating element provides even heat transfer.
It has a built in negative Ion generator which reduces static and makes hair more manageable. It also does an excellent job straightening and reducing the frizzes.
And the Cons:
The unit is heavy and feels a little awkward. It takes some practice and getting used to handling it. The bristles are hard. This is specifically for straightening, not good for creating body.
I would say that thisbrush is a deal. It does an excellent job straightening and smoothing out your hair. It is sturdy and made well and should last.
I received the Professional Hair Straightner for testing and unbiased review.
LBL stands for light bladder leak, if you didn't know. This can happen when the pelvic muscles become weak. It can happen from age, childbirth or other medical reasons. The good news is that there are things that you can do about it. There are certain exercises called Kegels that help to tighten these muscles. You can also avoid certain foods that can trigger LBL such as spicy and acidic foods or drinks. Cold weather can also trigger LBL, so keep warm. No I find that sneezing, coughing, laughing uncontrollably and exercise are also triggers. Luckily, there is Poise! They have you covered no matter how severe, there is a Poise pad for every need.
I received 3 sample packs of Poise pantyliners for trying and sharing. I have to say that I am impressed with the small thin size of the liners. I didn't think that they would hold much but I put them to the test. Before I get to the results though, I want to share some other points.
Sharing with my BFF.
These poise samples came just in time for holiday celebrations. Celebrating with spicy food and drink, dancing and sightseeing. So many things to do and no time to worry about leakage.
Christmas shopping at the mall? No problem. Poise gives you that extra time to make it to the restroom even if it is on the other side of a huge mall.
If outdoor activities are more your bag, don't forget your poise. It will help you go that extra mile.
Now the test. This You Tube video shows the difference between Poise and regular period pads. It is remarkable how much they hold . I conducted my own experiment with my sample and I can attest that this video is 100% accurate but don't take my word for it. You can request your own free sample. Don't forget to like Poise's Facebook page!
Request your sample today. It comes in this cute little packet that can slip into your purse. Several sizes of liners as well as coupons are inside.
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So many people come to my blog hoping to find a great gravy recipe or tips on making a great gravy. A fellow food blogger allowed me to share a link to My King Cook on how to make a great gravy., all types.