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John Smith 18/04/29(Sun)16:22 No. 46561

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I was given something called a waterflosser which I think is such a fantastic invention. It has changed my daily life for the better but even so I have little reason to bring it up in any conversation. Are there any tools you use that you have little opportunity to praise?

John Smith 18/04/29(Sun)16:27 No. 46562

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I have several other recommendations for separate posts. I will continue with a bathing scrubber. For 20 years I used just my hands, because I knew no better. Then I tried washrags which I really liked, the texture felt good on my skin and I felt more clean. Finally I got one of these suckers and I cannot go back. I really recommend you pick up one of these or something comparable John.

John Smith 18/04/29(Sun)16:36 No. 46563

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When my mother got a steamer it went largely unused until I tried steaming spinach. It suddenly became my favorite cooking device in the house. Mushrooms, asparagus, squash, anything I threw at it tasted phenomenal and it cooks those things in 10 minutes flat. I hear it is very healthy too, and is very easy to maintain provided you are just steaming vegetables. And that is it from me, though soon I might add an electric kettle because I can imagine that to be very useful. Please tell me what you think.

John Smith 18/04/29(Sun)16:47 No. 46564

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I just thought of another one actually, a monitor stand. It is just as useful as it sounds but probably not something a lot of people think about.

John Smith 18/04/30(Mon)16:14 No. 46566

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I have one of these wire ear picks. They're a lot better at removing ear wax than cotton swabs as they don't push it back into your ear canal.

John Smith 18/05/01(Tue)05:21 No. 46568

I love shower poofs. I wish they lasted longer, though, but I guess the profits lie in repetitious purchasing.

John Smith 18/05/02(Wed)19:44 No. 46570

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i have a tongue scraper that i use whenever i brush my teeth. leaves my mouth feeling fresher for longer and it's great for bad breath.
would highly recommend.

John Smith 18/05/03(Thu)18:38 No. 46571

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Here is something you will never see mentioned anywhere, a mounted jar opener. In fact I didn't know about it until I accidentally used it at my grandparents. I usually like to open jars by hand but occasionally when it is really stuck these things work incredibly well

John Smith 18/05/06(Sun)05:00 No. 46574

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I cut two holes in this piece of innertube for this purpose. Old bicycle tire tubes can be repurposed for all kinds of things.

John Smith 18/05/15(Tue)02:41 No. 46576

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I keep a P-38 can opener on my keychain. I've had it since the 1980s.

It's not the easiest to use, so I only keep it as a backup, but it has always worked.

John Smith 18/05/25(Fri)01:05 No. 46581

how do you accidentally use a jar opener that you've never used before?

John Smith 18/11/29(Thu)20:10 No. 46796

Electric kettles are very convenient, mine has served me well for about 4 years now.

I like these as well but whenever I have to clean my groin and rear-end I fear that there's some potential for small shit particles on my anus to get stuck in the scrubber. Maybe I'm being irrational.

John Smith 18/12/03(Mon)00:30 No. 46801

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Speaking of jars John, I recently picked up a peanut butter mixer for old fashioned peanut butter jars. A significant improvement over using a steak knife to try and stir the contents. No mess, no broken utensils, and it does a better job mixing the contents.

John Smith 18/12/19(Wed)08:09 No. 46827

hair scissors are pretty neat

John Smith 18/12/30(Sun)05:41 No. 46835

A kitchen faucet with a tall gooseneck is nice for washing dishes, it won't get in the way of large pots.

John Smith 19/01/01(Tue)06:27 No. 46841

I skipped out on my nightly flossing and brushing due to New Year's festivities. I'd gotten into a rhythm with it over the past couple weeks, and I feel a little guilty about it. It reminded me of your thread though, and I figured I'd stop by and say happy new year.

John Smith 19/01/04(Fri)19:33 No. 46842

It doubles as a handheld bidet too.

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