Not too much to talk about this week, but I am excited about a couple of the features I've got coming up. This Thursday "Is It Worth It" jumps into the world of sleveed blankets. That's right, a comparison between the Snuggie and the Slanket. Odds are, most of you are only familiar with Snuggie. But as it turns out, Slanket was the first on the market. It also turns out that while my test samples are blue and have 2 sleeves - that's about where the similiarities end. You'll have to watch at 5 or 10:00 to find out more.
As for the future projects - here's what I've got coming up. There's the Simoniz "fix it PRO Clear Coat Scratch Repair". That'll be followed up with ProCaulk - designed to make that job a little easier. And we'll wrap up this first session of product tests with the "Bumpits" that make your hair bigger. Needless to say, I'll be having some "guest" testers on that one. It looks like I might take a little break from the testing until after the holidays, but I'll be keeping track of some new items to check out. Among the contenders - "Perfect Brownie", "Slap Chop", a power washer and a steam cleaner. Feel free to shoot me any ideas or suggestions you have. All I ask is that it's commercially available in stores or on TV.
Then next Tuesday (11/17), I get to start featuring some of your collections out there. It begins with a unique display of antique farm equipment. Then in following weeks are an 800+ piece collection of salt and pepper shakers and a huge collection of horse figurings. Should be fun.
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