I've made hundreds of Excel videos, so when I get a new gadget, or having trouble with one of my gadgets, sometimes I make a video about that too. I hope these videos help you, if you're having similar problems.
When you get a new Instant Pot Programmable Electric Pressure Cooker, all the buttons and settings can be confusing. If you're not sure how to get started, follow the basic steps in this video.
Instead of filling a mug with coffee, and dumping it into your tall travel mug, use this trick to make the coffee directly in your thermos.
If you clear the dust out of the iRobot Roomba front wheel well, the vacuum will work better. My Roomba was packed with dust, and the wheel wouldn't turn all the way around. I'd never cleaned it out before, but it was easy to pop out the wheel, and remove the dust.
Do this carefully though, and at your own risk! You could check with the manufacturer before you attempt this, if you are concerned about how to clean the front wheel well on your Roomba model.
Watch this video to see the steps to remove the Roomba wheel and have a clean Roomba wheel well.
I bought a FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer to keep food from going to waste. It's easy to use, once you get started. This video will show you the basic steps.
After you seal food with your FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer, you should clean the inside. Dry food can leave crumbs inside the sealer, and wet food can fill the tray with liquid.
See how to open the FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer, empty the trays, and clean the foam, gaskets, and roller.
If you buy ground coffee, you can seal some of it with the vacuum sealer, to keep it fresh until you're ready to use it.
My granddaughter would rather pick the pretty dandelions than pull them, but she agreed to help me with the yard work. In this short video, you can see her pulling a dandelion with our Fiskars Uproot Weed Remover.
The weed remover does a great job, especially when the ground is wet, after a rainfall. But still, it's a big job for a four-year-old, even when she is wearing her magic cape.
Do you have an outdoor drink dispenser that never get used? I bought one on a whim last year, and only served lemonade in it a couple of times.
This year, I filled the dispenser with water from the hose, and set it up as a hand washing station for the kids (and me!) to use. It's much easier than wrestling with the hose, every time they get sand on their hands, and want to wash it off.
Now, instead of gathering dust in the basement, the drink dispenser is finally being used every day.
Last updated: May 9, 2020 10:15 AM
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