Monday, December 6, 2010

My New Favorite Thing

I know my posts are few and far between but I just wanted to share with you the best thing in the world.

I'm sort of a late night Home Shopping Network junkie. It's a bad habit that usually produces amazing finds. Like this.

I have no idea what possessed me to buy this. Probably the "heat of the moment" auction-type pressure one feels when watching these types of shows. That "never gonna get this sort of deal again" type angst. It's dangerous and they know it.

But I caved and then waited patiently for it to come in the mail. Haha, and when it came, it sat in the box for about 2 weeks before I decided I'd try it. How's that for edge-of-the-seat anticipation? It's why I shouldn't watch HSN.

Anyway, I put it to use today on a bunch of dresses of the girls'. I didn't put too much hope into it working as well as it did on the show. Well, on the show it literally disintegrated wrinkles but I didn't really know the fabric or how hard-pressed the wrinkles were.

Well all I can say is WOW! I am sold...hook, line & sinker. In fact, this little amazing device has earned a coveted spot in my very tiny bathroom where there is room for...nothing. I can easily see myself using this on every single piece of clothing I put on as well as everything I put on my girls. The wrinkles absolutely do disappear completely as if you ironed it and it takes like 1/100th of the time! I very rarely gush...I'm gushing now.

4 backward glances:

Christy said...

Sounds wonderful and tried and true from a trusted source now. I should get one of these for my boys who are ALWAYS careful to hang their dress shirts and suit jackets after they've worn them...NOT!

Thanks for gushing. Hope all is well. Oh, and we love our Christmas Chain and have read every one up to the 7th. Thanks!

Tiffany said...

I want! That is so stinkin' awesome!!!! And I echo Christy, my kids have LOVED our Christmas Chain :) Aeden was the luck... one that got to put it've never seen such a happy 4 year old :)

Camey said...

What is it called and how much was it?

Amy said...

Camey, It's just called "My Little Steamer" and you'd just do a google search for that. I think Amazon sells them! I love it as much today as I did when I did this post!