Does It Really Work? Dutch Glow Scratch Aide Read More

The maker of Dutch Glow Scratch Aide says it’s the perfect match for every scratch; any wood, any color. It fills and conceals cracks, scratches and gouges. But Kurt Aaron wants to know does it really work? To test Dutch Glow, Kurt went to the Salvation Army store near Tunkhannock. They have used wood furniture …

Will The As Seen On TV Shower Wow, wow you?

If your kids need some coaxing to get clean, you may have seen “Shower Wow” on store shelves. It promises your children will have a ball in the bathroom by transforming your shower into an exciting, colorful experience. Consumer expert Amy Davis had her own team of testers, aka her kids, try it out at …

Does the Taco Cleanse Really Work?

Taco Cleanse Diet Secrets: Does it Really Work? A new diet cleanse is hitting the world by storm, and it allows people to eat nothing but tacos. httpv://youtu.be/0uyZJzxn5oM While the premise might sound silly, reports are in that the cleanse actually shows results. According to E-Online, the taco cleanse has become so popular that the …

Star Shower Laser Light Does It Really Do That?

Love to decorate for the holidays, but dread the tangled mess of your outdoor lights? Star Shower Laser Light claims to shower your homes with thousands of laser lights in seconds. It comes in two pieces: the light itself, with a gel that allows you to choose green lights, red lights, or a combination of …

Does it Work? Testing the ‘Scratch-dini’

No matter how well you take care of your car or truck, scratches are inevitable. KSFY’s Courtney Collen tested a popular As Seen on TV product to see if it’s really worth your money. The Scratch-dini promises scratch removal in one easy step. According to the commercial, “Just use a little Scratch-dini and literally wipe …

Buy It & Try It: FlexSeal | Flex Seal Put to the Test!

Chances are you’ve seen the Flex Seal infomercial on television. Phil Swift replaces the bottom of the boat with a screen sprayed with flex seal, then it floats on water without a leak. Eyewitness News enlisted the help of Greg Paxton, owner of Mr. Handyman in Charleston, to help put the 14 ounce can to …