Tuesday, February 28, 2012


During the winter months, our windows have lots of condensation on them.

This gadget attaches to a a plastic bottle and while you squeegee the windows, it catches the water.

Then after you are finished, just removed the squeegee and dump out the water.

I was sad the other day, one of my favorite measuring spoons broke.

I was spooning out some hardened honey, and "snap" the handle broke off.

I figured the measuring part still "works" so I threw out only the handle.

Are you using any interesting gadgets in your house these days?


K said...

Oh cool, I like the squeege with the bottle attachment!

jalna said...


mariko said...

That squeegee thing is pure genius!

K and S said...

very handy K!

it is cool Jalna :)

it is isn't it Mariko?!

Take care everyone.

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

I recently broke 1 Tbsp measuring spoon too while digging harden brown sugar. =P I like the window squeege. It's so Japanese...lol.

K and S said...

really? wow! did you save your spoon too Nami?!

Take care.

Japan-Australia said...

That squeegee gadget looks really good and would be a hit anywhere :)

Japan Australia

K and S said...

I wouldn't be surprise if you could find it near you J-A!

Take care.

Rowena said...

Whoa...this new, cleaner look of the comment page. Blogger just cannot leave stuff alone! I don't have any new gadgets to speak of but that squeegee would've been a handy tool before we got the wood-burning stove. Now my problem is the opposite...sometimes the room is too dry (I can tell when my eyes are hurting). I always have to put a pot of water on the top for some humidity.

ps - there isn't the tiny box to check for updates on email comments.

K and S said...

dunno why there is no email for updates anymore Rowena :( cannot find any info anywhere on google either :(

boo hiss!

by the way, I dry our laundry in the same room with our heater and find that it helps keep things hydrated :)

take care.

Parisbreakfasts said...

I too have a deep attachment with my measuring spoons (fortunately they are aluminum).
What is it about those spoons?
Memories of successes and failure or even of childhood efforts
What a fun post!
merci carolg

K and S said...

Thanks Carol :)

Take care.

Deb in Hawaii said...

The squeegee bottle is a great idea--it would be great for the shower door too. ;-)

K and S said...

you might be right Deb :)

Take care.