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Spring has sprung; it's time to clean up that pigsty you call home. Good news: The Black & Decker Power Mop, which works on all hard floors (wood, tile, linoleum, Pergo, etc.), converts from a disposable-pad mop to a power scrubber that removes stuck-on dirt and grime from grooves and grout. It works with any cleaning solution, and, according to one reviewer, it "cleans ten times better than Swiffer."
A Cha Cha is:
a) a Latin American dance
b) a Georgian grape vodka
c) a unique and affordable way to store wine, especially when you can clip 2 or more cha cha wine racks together. Choose clear, orange, blue, or green.
(Answer: All of the above.)
Got snow? Before you head outside to shovel (or pay one of the neighborhood kids to do it), check out the Wovel, a wheeled snow shovel that reduces the physical strain of shoveling and the risks of back and heart injuries. How? Simple: A big wheel and leverage helps you clear snow 3 times as fast and with less effort (and without the noise of a snow blower). Time Magazine calls the Wovel one... more
Thread count is important in luxury bedding, but so is design. Dwell combines both in its latest limited edition dwelledition bedding collection, which reinterprets old world details and historical European motifs into something current and modern. This year the collection's palette is Ink and Manila, an updated take on classic black and white. Made of 100% combed Egyptian cotton, the sheets, duvets, shams, and pillow cases have a 320 thread count. Also cool:
As seen in the latest issue of Oprah's magazine: The Doorganizer. This simple yet brilliant device keeps all your essential items (keys, glasses, cell phone, nicotine gum) right under your nose, so you don't waste time in the morning saying stupid things to yourself like, "OK, if I were my keys, where would I be?" The Doorganizer even has a strap on the back to hold envelopes and newspapers. Available (but selling fast) from... more
Have you heard of Wallies? They're vinyl-coated wallpaper cutouts that you can put anywhere - walls, lamp shades, cabinets, even tiles. All you do is wet them with a paper towel or sponge, and stick them to the wall. To remove them, wet them down and peel them off; the glue is water-soluble. Wallies are a fun, easy, and cheap way to redecorate the kids' rooms. Choose from hundreds of designs and themes. We... more
Throw a rave in your office cubicle - or add some much-needed color to a boring room - with this crazy acrylic clock. Its LED lights constantly change colors, rotating through the whole rainbow. Pastel colors dominate in a lighted room; brighter colors dominate in the dark. If it drives you nuts, you can turn the color change function off, so the face turns white. $49.99 from Target. Don't forget to "spring forward" this... more
We love those ball clocks George Nelson designed in the 1940s, but frankly, we can think of better ways to spend $300 (iPod, digital camera, part of the rent...). So we were happy to find these 12" orbit wall clocks by Infinity. With plastic faces, prongs, and balls, these clocks will give your walls all the retro charm at a tenth of a Nelson's price. Available in several bright colors. More clocks... more