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Take building to a whole new level with Brackitz

 

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Building toys are very popular with most children whether it’s blocks or LEGO bricks. There is just something fundamentally fun about building things.

When I was a young girl I LOVED to play with my Playskool plastic bricks. They were like LEGOS in a way. I would play with them for hours on end building houses and skyscrapers. I wish they still made them today. I would buy a set or two for myself.

Building toys not only spark creativity but they are also good for leaning about shapes, sizes, weights, measures and designs. In a way they can also teach problem solving skills. They are great for tactile (hands on) learning.

There is a new product on the market that takes building toys to a whole new level. They are called Brackitz.

Brackitz are wooden planks and plastic connectors that allow a child to let their imagination run while. Unlike regular building blocks, Brackitz stay together and wall fall apart when a child is building with them.

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Brackitz sparks the idea of innovation and the opportunity to engage in creativity with trial and error. It helps children ages 3 and up to build build strong and durable masterpieces.

Here is a little more information about this fun new toy.

Break free from an era where play is driven mainly by technology. I would like to introduce you to Brackitz: an award-winning construction toy system produced in the USA. These newly evolved blocks helps lay the foundation for high-level cognitive thinking, reasoning and problem solving that kids will continue to benefit from long after childhood. Standard sets include interlocking 4-inch wooden planks, and 90° and 120° angle connectors, which can be pieced together to form a wide variety of models and architectural structures.

What makes Brackitz different?

  • Educational – Brackitz proudly promotes STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) techniques for young children to learn as they get older. Perfect for classroom use too!
  • Affordable – Choose from sets including 50, 100 and 200 pieces, with prices ranging from $29.95 – $99.95.
  • Build Up AND Out – Brackitz can be used to construct innumerable creations; the one-of-a-kind connectors can interlock at different angles and directions and allow children to build circles, corners and bendable masterpieces.
  • Durable – While traditional stacking blocks collapse under pressure, Brackitz allow children to build structures as big as they are without falling over. You can even move them around the house and your pets can roam free without causing a falling mess.
  • Safe – Brackitz have been tested and are compliant with the Consumer Product Safety Commission for ages 3+.

Brackiz has won the following awards – Brain Toy from Academics Choice, Toy Man eChoice, STEM Toy Award, and Creative Child Toy of the Year.

I received some Brackitz to try out for myself.

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The plastic pieces really hold the wooden planks together very well. You really have to pull to get them apart. There is no worry about the wood falling out of them.

I did find that it was a bit hard to get the wood to fit into the plastic pieces at time. Once they have been used a few times it gets easier. I think the wood just needs to “mold” itself to the plastic bracket pieces to make it easier to insert them and pull them apart.

In the beginning trying to put them together hurt my fingers but the more use they get the easier they are to put together.

You can build really tall structures with Brackitz. Depending on your design the structures tend to be sturdy. They won’t easily topple over with makes them a great building toy for little ones.

The age for this is 3+ but I think it would be better suited for a child 5+, only because it takes some figuring out because the plastic connector pieces have the wooden planks going in different directions and a child would need to put the wood in the bracket correctly to get it to go in the direction they want it to (hopefully that makes sense).

Here are a few examples of Brackitz.

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The wooden pieces are a nice thickness. They won’t easily snap unless a child was playing with them incorrectly and purposely trying to break them in half.

Since it’s raw wood I worried about splinters but so far that has not been an issue.

These are different then what kids are accustomed to and for that reason they are fun to play with. I love to see the different structures that are created.

Brackitz are available in different sets (the only difference is the number of pieces). Sets range in price from $29.95 to $99.95.

If you are looking for a great gift idea for a child or grandchild, Brackitz would make a great gift.

For more information visit Brackitz.com. You can also find the brand on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (links are found on their website).

What do you think about Brackitz? Do you think it looks like a fun building toy? Feel free to share your thoughts.

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Kimberly

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation.The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

 

 

 

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Jingle All The Way now available on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD (giveaway ends 12/18/14)

 

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Ho-Ho-Ho… ‘Tis the season for plenty of fun holiday movies and television shows. There are the holiday classics – It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Story, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman to name a few. There are also movies that are destined to be holiday classics too (if they are not already) such as Elf, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Jingle All the Way. In fact, Jingle All The Way has a second film, appropriately entitled Jingle All The Way 2.

Jingle All The Way 2 is NOT a sequel but rather an entirely different film, but with the same kind of plot about a father trying his best to get his child the #1 toy on their holiday wish list.

Fill your stocking with a new holiday classic that will have the whole family laughing when Jingle All The Way 2 on Blu-ray Combo, DVD and Digital HD from WWE Studios and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Comedy superstar Larry the Cable Guy and WWE Superstar Santino Marella bring laughs and holiday spirit to this second installment of the successful film franchise.

Two desperate dads compete in a no-holds-barred battle to be the best father and make this the best Christmas ever! Fun-loving, laid-back dad Larry (Larry the Cable Guy; Cars, Tooth Fairy 2) is having a bear of a time finding the perfect Christmas gift for his eight-year-old daughter, Noel. The season’s hottest toy, The Harrison Bear, is all sold out, and Noel’s new stepfather wants to keep it that way — so he can be the one to make her holiday wish come true. When Larry learns all Noel wants for Christmas is the bear, he’ll stop at nothing to make his little girl happy and get her the toy of her dreams…Co-starring WWE Superstar Santino Marella, Jingle All The Way 2 is heartwarming and hilarious fun for the whole family!

Jingle All The Way 2 is directed by Alex Zamm (Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts,The Tooth Fairy 2) and produced by Michael Luisi (Scooby-Doo! WrestleManiaMystery, Christmas Bounty, The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown) and Vicki Sotheran (The Sandlot 2, The Sandlot: Heading Home).

The holiday cheer continues in the Blu-ray Combo and DVD bonus features including deleted scenes, making-of featurettes, a mock Public Service Announcement from Larry and Santino advising how you can stay safe while shopping this holiday plus a special Harrison the Bear TV commercial and an exclusive interview with the hottest toy of the season.

My husband and I watched the film this past weekend. I’m not really a fan of Larry the Cable Guy but I gave the film a fair shot. It was actually pretty good and very funny.

This is NOT a remake of Jingle All The Way and although the story line is similar, it’s an entirely different story.

It thing most parents can relate to trying to find the one toy on their child’s holiday shopping list. It makes me think of when I was a little girl and everyone went CRAZY for Cabbage Patch Kids. I didn’t get one until the following year but my sister got one for Christmas, however she had to have our cousins in Wales (UK) ship one to her (they had found one and she paid them for it).

Larry (in the film) will stop at nothing to get his adorable daughter the teddy bear she wants for Christmas. And trust me, he finds himself in some wild and crazy situations too.

Here is a brief trailer from Fox Home Entertainment for your enjoyment.

 

Here are some fun activity sheets that you can download, save, print out and enjoy with your family. Simply click on each image for a larger view that you can save.

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Thanks to Fox Home Entertainment I also have a copy of the film to give to a lucky reader. 

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on December 18, 2014 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries wont’ qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

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Kimberly

*I received a free copy of the film in exchange for my participation. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Movie Review: Dolphin Tale 2

 

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Dolphin Tale 2, the sequel to the film 2011 film Dolphin Tale, arrives onto Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD on December 9, 2014 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

If you are unfamiliar with the film Dolphin Tale its the true story of an injured dolphin named Winter. Her tail was badly damaged in a crab trap and eventually amputated. Unfortunately the amputation caused her to swim differently causes problems with her spine. Thanks to Dr. McCarthy Winter is fitted with a prosthetic tail which helps her to swim normally again. Winter has gone on to lead a happy and healthy life, although she can never be returned to the ocean. The film even features the real dolphin Winter.

Dolphin Tale 2 is a continuation to the story of this amazing creature. It also features the real Winter.

In the sequel Winter suffers a tragic loss when her surrogate mother, a dolphin named Panama, dies of old age. Winter becomes very depressed. The staff at Clearwater Marine Aquarium try to get Winter to bond with a rescued dolphin named Mandy, but Mandy recovers from her injuries and has to be released into the ocean. The job of the Clearwater Marine Aquarium is to “Rescue, Rehabilitate, Release”. Keeping Mandy, who is well enough to be returned to the ocean, for the sake of Winter is not allowed. And if Winter does not improve quickly she’ll be sent to live in a marine park in Texas.

Just when all hope seems lost another injured dolphin is found and makes her way to Clearwater. She is a tiny baby dolphin that they name Hope. She is too young to care for herself because she was never taught to hunt. She will surely perish if left in the ocean.

The staff at Clearwater have a great idea – pair Hope up with Winter in hopes that it will help Winter get out of her depression and keep her from behind transferred to the marine park in Texas.

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The first meeting between Hope and Winter does not go well. Hope is upset by the way Winter was swimming without her tail and doesn’t recognize her as another dolphin.

Will Hope eventually accept Winter as one of her own, and vice versa? Or will it be too late for Winter? To find out you need to pick up a copy of Winter Tale 2, available on December 9, 2014 where movies are sold. The film will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack for $35.99 and includes the film in high definition on Blu-ray disc, a DVD, and a digital version of the movie in Digital HD with UltraViolet. You can also purchase the film from digital retailers.

The original cast returns including Harry Connick Jr., Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman and Kris Kristofferson.

Here is the trailer for your enjoyment.

 

There are plenty of bonus features available as well.

Underwater Magic: The crew and actors discuss some of the water scenes.

Look Who’s Running the Show: Cast and crew discuss the sequel and what inspired them to make a second film.

Bethany Hamilton Meets Winter: Champion surfer Bethany Hamilton, who lost her arm in a shark attack (which was the basis of the film Soul Surfer) shoots her movie cameo and meets Winter.

The Mission: An overview of Clearwater Marine Academy’s mission to rescue, rehabilitate and release injured animals.

True Story: The true story that inspired the move sequel.

Music Video: Zuehlsdorff’s “Brave Souls” and Gavin DeGraw’s “You Got Me.”

Blooper Reel: Funny outtakes.

Here is a photo gallery for the film.

 

This is a wonderful family friendly movie that would make a great addition to any family’s movie library. I would also make a great gift for a fan of the movies.

If  you would like to learn more you can visit the official website, www.DolphinTale2.com. You can also “like” the film on Facebook and follow the film on Twitter (@DolphinTale). The official hashtags on social media is #DolphinTale2 and #WinterHasHope.

If you’d like to check out some clips from the film they can be found on YouTube.

Here are a few activity sheets – including garland you can use to decorate your room – for you to enjoy. Simply click on the image for a larger image you can save and print out.

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Kimberly

*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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IMUSA’s 25 Days of Giveaways

Espresso Maker

Tis the season for visiting family and friends and celebrating the holidays together. Whether you are hosting a get together or you are going to someone else’s home, chances are delicious food and great beverages are involved.

Coffee and tea are popular beverages to serve to guests. It’s always nice to offer something else for your guests to enjoy. How about a cup of freshly made espresso?

When I think of espresso makers I think of ones that resemble the photo at the top of this post. The kind that look like regular coffee machines.

Recently IMUSA USA asked if I’d like to review one of their espresso makers. Since I love coffee and coffee drinks (espresso, latte, cappuccino…) I was thrilled about the opportunity to review the espresso maker.

I was a bit surprised when it arrived and looked nothing like what I had expected. What I received was something that resembled a funky looking tea pot.

My husband knew exactly what it was, but he said it was a coffee maker. He said his mother had the same kind of coffee maker. I told him it was to make espresso, but he insisted you could use it to make coffee too (you can).

GK Aluminum Espresso Maker

Here is information about the IMUSA GlobalKitchen Aluminum Espresso Maker

  • Made of Aluminum
  • For Stovetop Use
  • Brews in just Minutes
  • Cool Touch Handle & Knob
  • Flip-up Top
  • Sizes: 3 & 6 Cup

I didn’t receive any instructions with the product so I had to Google it. What I found was that it’s super easy to use.

First and foremost you need to take it apart. The bottom unscrews from the top. Inside the bottom portion is a piece that look like a strainer. You will need to wash it out thoroughly before using it.

Fill the bottom portion up with water, making sure to stop before you reach the steamer hole on the side. The steamer hole (for lack of a better description) looks like a screw with a washer at the end.

Put the strainer back on top of the bottom section then fill the strainer portion up with loose, fine ground coffee. You can play around with the type of coffee you use and the way it’s ground. I didn’t have any lose coffee so I slit opened two single serve coffee “cups” and put them in the strainer.

Next you need to screw the top piece on to the bottom piece.

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Put the espresso/coffee maker on your stove top on a medium heat. Make sure the handle is not directly over the heat source so it doesn’t get hot or melted.

It takes a bit but eventually the water will start to boil. As it boils it travels up a “tube” and comes out on top where the coffee collects in a “reservoir”. When it starts to pour out of the spout quickly turn the stove off and let it continue to release the coffee until it stops.

To serve simply pour a small amount into an espresso cup (if you want to drink it as espresso) or fill a cup up half way with the coffee and top it off with some plain hot water for a regular cup of strong coffee. Prepare and enjoy like you normally would.

Looking at this unassuming aluminum thing you wouldn’t think it woudl work, but it does! I was pleasantly surprised when I saw coffee spewing out of the top of the espresso maker.

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You can see the coffee coming from the holes at the top of the piece in the center.

I’ve used this a few times and used it to make both espresso and coffee. It does make a great cup of espresso and a nice, rich cup of strong coffee. I’m surprised at how simple and easy it is to make espresso without the need of a high priced piece of machinery.

Best of all you don’t have to spend a small fortune. The IMUSA GlobalKitchen Aluminum Espresso Maker is available at Target and other retail location. It has a suggested retail price of $13.99 for the 6 cup maker and $10.99 for the 3 cup maker.

IMUSA USA also has recipes you can make with the espresso maker. You can find them here – IMUSA USA Recipes. I found one for a mocha espresso. Yummy!

This would make an wonderful, and affordable, gift for the coffee lover in your life this holiday season.

To learn more about IMUSA USA visit www.IMUSAUSA.com. You can also find the brand on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube.

IMUSA is giving away an IMUSA product – a different one each day for 25 days. Check them out on social media for your chance to win.

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Kimberly

*I received a free product sample to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. IMUSA USA will provide the prize. 

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Movie Review: Phobia

 

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Available now on DVD is the film Phobia, directed by Rory Douglas Abel and stars Michael Jefferson and Emma Dubery.

Before I go any further I must tell you that the cover art has pretty much NOTHING to do with the movie. I don’t even know why they used this grotesque image. At no point do you see a scene even remotely like the one pictured on the cover. This is not a movie about spiders or horrible torture.

Phobia is the story of a man named Johnathon. Johnathon suffers from agoraphobia – the fear of being outside of his home. He is literally a prisoner in his own home.

He was not always that way. He did enjoy a normal life. That is until his beloved wife was killed in a car accident. For some reason that trigger this physiological condition in him. Instead of moving on with his life after his wife’s death, Johnathon is trapped inside him home and his own little world.

Watching his life at home reminds me of the film Groundhog’s Day. He pretty much does the same thing all the time. That is because there is only so much he can do confined to his home.

Johnathon does have friends on the outside -a lady named Bree who brings Johnathon his groceries, his best friend and his therapist. Luckily he is able to work from home.

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Johnathon wants to move on with his life, but strange visions he keeps having seem to be getting worse – much worse. He’s seeing things that may, or may not, really be there. This could all have been triggered by a violent home invasion he experienced.

Johnathon is having visions of an evil entity and his deceased wife. Are they real? Are they imaginary? Are they evil? Is he going mad or is something else at play? To find out you’ll need to pick up a copy of Phobia. 

I was not impressed by the film at all. It just dragged. I wasn’t frightened at all. The movie just seemed to go no where. Even the weird visions he has, like a person with spider legs, failed to impress me.

The visions Johnathon has are just that – visions. They don’t seem to be harming him in any way. It’s not like a malevolent spirit is pushing him down stairs or trying to kill him. They are just visions.

It’s had to tell if the visions he is having are real (ghosts or evil spirits) or imply a product of his imagination and phobia.

To be honest the scariest, most interesting part of this film was the movie poster which had nothing to do with the movie. Go figure.

I’m sure some people will find this film entertaining. Remember, a review is just one person’s opinion. Like my mom used to always tell me “One man’s meat is another man’s poison“. Simply put, just because I didn’t like this film doesn’t mean you won’t.

Here is the film’s trailer for your enjoyment.

 

Kimberly

*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There as no compensation The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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2014 T-Fal and Zabada Thanksgiving Blogger Challenge (giveaway ends 12/10/14)

 

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My family is getting really bored with the same foods that we tend to eat week after week. I’d like to mix it up a bit more, but it’s not always easy to find things that my entire family would like. I have a bunch of picky eaters to work with.

Some recipes I come across I would love to make but I simply do not have the time.

Whenever possible I use my crock pot to cook dinner. I mostly use it to make stew and cook pot roast. It takes all day but the results are perfect.

Recently I was asked if I wanted to participate in the 2014 #TfalZabadaThanksgiving Blogger Challenge. As part of the challenge I was going to receive a T-Fal Clipso 6.3 QT. stainless steel pressure cooker and a Zabada Kitchen Handy.

You can tell that I am not much of a foody because I always thought that ta pressure cooker was a lot like a crock pot. I didn’t know they were two different thing. A crock pot takes all day to cook your meal. A pressure cooker cuts the cooking time practically in half.

Where has this handy kitchen product been all my life! Had I know that pressure cookers cook things much quicker I would have invested in one years ago.

I’m still learning how to use the T-Fal Clipso pressure cooker. I actually have about a dozen recipes bookmarked (compliments of Pinterest) of recipes I want to make with the pressure cooker. The cooker also comes with a great recipe book – an actual book, not a booklet.

Here is a bit more information about the pressure cooker I was sent to review.

T-Fal Calipso

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The T-Fal Clipso is a 6.3 QT. stainless steel pressure cooker that takes the guesswork out of using a pressure cooker. Ideal for the home cook with a busy schedule, the T-fal Clipso allows users to prepare elaborate and impressive meals very quickly and safely. Featuring a unique one-hand system, the T-fal Clipso allows users to open and close the lid using only one hand and a steam release valve that controls steam release for added safety. The durable stainless steel construction guarantees an extended lifespan and is dishwasher safe, excluding the gasket and pressure valve.

The T-Fal Clipso includes a steam basket, stand and recipe booklet.

Key Benefits and Unique Features:

  • One-hand system makes lid easy to open and close
  • Steam release valve controls steam release for added safety
  • Durable stainless steel construction
  • 12 PSI / 6.3 QT capacity
  • Stainless steel encapsulated, induction suitable base for even heat distribution
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Includes steam basket, stand and recipe booklet

Where to Buy: 

The T-Fal Clipso is available in Macy’s retailers and Macys.com for $99.99. For more information please visit, www.T-Falusa.com.

I’ve been using the T-Fal Clipso pressure cooker almost every day to steam vegetables for dinner. Normally I would steam them in the microwave. With the pressure cooker I can steam fresh (not frozen) veggies in a matter of a few minutes. I don’t want them to be soft but rather “al dente”.

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When I steam veggies in the microwave I use frozen veggies because they take less time than fresh veggies to steam that way. With the T-Fal Calipso I can buy fresh vegetables like carrots and string beans and steam them in the basket that comes with the pressure cooker in about the same amount of time as in the microwave but unlike the microwave the vegetables I steam in the pressure cooker are farm fresh or straight from the produce section of the grocery store. They haven’t been sitting around in a bag in a freezer for who knows how long. I love it!

We eat a lot of carrots and I love being able to buy fresh carrots, wash them, cut them up into chunks and tossing them into the pressure cooker to steam cook them to the perfect consistency. They are not too soft (like steamed frozen veggies) and not too hard.

I have to admit I’m still a little scared of it, especially the steam release valve. I almost burned myself on the steam once but that was my carelessness. For the most part you can use this pressure cooker with just one hand.

I’m still learning the “ins and outs” of using a pressure cooker. I can clearly see the benefits to it. I plan on cooking a pot roast in it soon.

My boss gave me a recipe for ribs that I can make in the pressure cooker that uses a can of soda. I’ve never made ribs before. I’m looking forward to giving this recipe a try.

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If there is one thing I don’t like about cooking in the kitchen is cleaning up the mess. It’s my least favorite thing about cooking.

I don’t like using toxic chemicals to clean up spills and messes in my kitchen. I prefer to use “Earth Friendly” cleaning solutions. Sometimes I use a good old standbys – vinegar or baking soda. If they were good enough for my mom and grandmother then they are good enough for me. I never remembered my mom using toxic sprays or cleaners to clean around our home. She used white vinegar and/or baking soda.

I REALLY dislike using sponges. When I look at a sponge all I can see is a bacteria and germ laden “thing”. Ewww!!! Just the thought of a sponge grosses me out. Sadly there are times when you have no choice then to use a sponge (I replace them often).

I was sent to review a Zabada Kitchen Handy. What is a Zabada Kitchen Handy? That is a good question. I wasn’t sure what that was either at first.  

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Zabada Kitchen Handy – chemical-free cleaning solution that removes 99.9% of bacteria, grease, viruses and more just using water.

The Zabada Kitchen Handy features two advanced microfibers – a “Grease” side for removing grease from ovens, rangehoods and cooking appliances and a “Grime” side, with light scouring patches, for removing food residues and light grease with no chemicals, just water!

  • “Grime” side surface tackles: sinks, benches, appliances, baking trays, pots and pans
  • “Grease” side surfaces tackles: stove tops, inside your oven, range hood and pots (on a cool surface)

Key Benefits and Unique Features:

  • Zabada fiber clean technology cleans cooktops and baking dishes, as well as spot-cleans dishes, baking trays, and pots and pans just using water!
  • This chemical-free cleaning solution uses only water to remove grease, baked-on grim, and 99.9% of bacteria!
  • Replaces and outperforms disposable scourers and store-bought microfiber cloths
  • Lasts 2 to 3 years, saving money and reducing waste
  • Zabada’s wet-wipe-dry system cuts cleaning time and eliminates the need to purchase chemical cleaning products
  • Perfect for spot-cleans, along with grease and grime build up cleans
  • Machine washable 

Where to Buy:

The Zabada Kitchen Handy is available for $30.00 at www.ZabadaClean.com

**Zabada will be running a “Thanksgiving Sale” with 20% off all Kitchen products (including the Kitchen Handy) from November 26, 2014 – December 5, 2014.

I wasn’t really sure how well this would clean around my kitchen but I was willing to give it a try.

I was surprised at how well it cleaned dried on mess on my stove top. My husband spilled gravy on the stove under the burner and by the time the burner had cooled down the gravy was stuck on the stove. With the Zabada and a little water I was able to remove the entire mess in just a matter of a minute or two.

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I like that I can use it for quick clean ups or a major scrub down after a big mess. And unlike sponges I can toss the Zabada into the wash and reuse it again and again.

I’m looking into buying a few more Zabada Kitchen Handy pads. Ideally I’d like to take advantage of their sale.

Zabada has pads for the kitchen, bathroom and other rooms in your home.

Zabada Kitchen Handy

 

Both products are a welcome addition to my kitchen. I am thrilled that I was chosen to be a part of this special campaign.

Don’t forget to check out T-Fal and Zabada on social media too.

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A have a special T-Fal Zabada Thanksgiving prize package for a lucky reader. The winner will receive BOTH the T-Fal Calipso Pressure Cooker and a Zabada Kitchen Handy. These will come in handy for holiday cooking, cleaning and beyond.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on December 10, 2014 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place. You must be 18+ to enter this giveaway.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize package?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries wont’ qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional. 

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Kimberly

*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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