(WICHITA, Kan.) — Everything that comes in the door at Goodwill has been owned before. That means tables for sale that are scratched and dinged.
Fix It For Wood
But “Fix It For Wood” says it will repair scratched wood instantly. When Gayle Goetz puts it to work, she chooses the product’s dark spray for one table that has a lot of damage. When she wipes it on, the scratches seem to disappear.
“That’s much better than I expected. It just goes away.” Then she laughs.
“I’ve never been this excited about scratches. This is kind of fun!” In fact, she can’t stop!
“As you can see, I got a little bit carried away. Excuse me, I have work to do!”
You can buy Fix It For Wood for $10 at Walgreens.
Everything is gorgeous in Bob Neier’s yard. Of course he’s the Sedgwick County Horticultural Extension Agent.
“I wouldn’t want a lawn that’s bigger because this is all my wife can mow!”
For the rest of us who don’t know which plants grow best in our yard, the $50 EasyBloom says it can help. It’s designed to collect sunlight, temperature humidity and drainage data. Plug it into your computer to tell is what zip code you live in and then put it in the ground in the spot where you’re having trouble getting plants to grow.
Twenty-four hours later pull it out, plug it back into your computer and see the list of plant suggestions add up. And it’s more than Bob expected.
“Yeah! 3, 023! It’s going to take me a while to get through this.” Does It Work?
“For what it says it’s going to do, it works!”
You can order it at www.easybloom.com.