These water leak detector are a no brainer for homeowners. They are super sensitive, like if you touch the sensors and your fingers are even slightly damp, it will go off, and they are super loud
If you live in a 2 or 3 story building, get yourself and your family an emergency fire ladder….ya never know!
These things looks stupid and sounds strange but it really does clear and get everything out of your sinus passages. You will feel totally refreshed in the head
The BugAssault – Best and most fun way to get rid of flies and pest in the house
If you are beginning your projector journey, this is probably the best entry level one. From sports, to movies, to video games, it projects a fantastic, bright, 1080P picture and is easy to set up and operate, as well
Is Phillips Hue worth it? Yes! To me its not about making the lights dance, but to set the scene or the mood of the house. Plus the sunrise/sunset features are pretty neat
If you stare at a screen all day, get some blue light blocking glasses…it will significantly reduce eye strain
Cast iron pans give you amazing bang for your buck. You can cook on super high heat without burning, the entire pan cooks evenly, are super safe (non stick pans often peel, ceramic and aluminum can leak into food), and they are solid and very sturdy
Good things about it: Very, very, very heavy and as a result it has a lot of thermal mass. If you get a cast iron pan good and hot and then drop something relatively big, cold, and wet into it like a steak it will lose a lot less heat (and transfer a lot more heat) than a thin aluminum or steel pan. It will also last forever – like you could throw it outside in your yard for a year, bring it inside, clean it up, and cook on it again. In short it is very durable – use metal tools in it, use wood, use plastic, throw bricks at it, run it over with your car, get it heated up to anything under 2,000 degrees and you’ve still got a perfectly fine pan. It is also non stick enough (with proper somewhat pain in the ass seasoning) to be considered non-stick in a time period when there wasn’t any teflon.
For the paltry sum of about $14, you could significantly improve your TV’s color, contrast and black levels