16 May, 2011

Need More Time?



Nothing like a trip to the local discount department store to reveal products I didn't even know existed, (imagine that, apparently this is an "as seen on TV" product, too!) and time saving products, at that! Just think of the mere moments you can shave off your morning routine by not having to actually bend to clean your feet while showering! Just adhere these suckers to the bottom of your shower (don't miss this safety tip, particularly if you're accident prone like me) and you're good to go! Who knew? What will you do with all your new-found time?

Life is Good!
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9 comments:

Karen said...

While I'd not seen these on t.v., I did see them at a local pharmacy. My first thought was that I'd probably fall while wearing these in the shower! LOLOL!

Have a great day!

Karen

Karen Newman Fridy said...

I suppose that could be handy for someone with mobility issues maybe? I would think they would get all icky and soap scummy and eeeewwww.

What will they think of next? :)

Teresa said...

Oh no...so sorry about your foot, sounds just like something I would do.

quiltkeemosabe said...

Really????!

quiltteacher said...

Who knew?

AnnieO said...

Very funny! Actually, doctors do order a product called "Soapy Soles" for folks with poor mobility or difficulty bending due to back injuries. Dunno who cleans them, though!

Nane said...

I am still waiting for the machine they had on the Jetsons...a treadmill that takes you through a room that showers you, dries you, and you come out dressed!!

lindsey said...

This is a great idea. I have never seen them in the UK but we have a TV program over here called The Dragon Den where people with business ideas present them to a panel of very successful and well known business people with the hope of them investing in their ideas. One person had produced a mat like this to put on the shower floor to do just the same job as this product. I was amazed that noone invested into it...I thought it was a brilliant idea!

leigh anna said...

but you have to bend over to put the soap on the thing :)