There are few things in life more satisfying than a job well done. Besides a Snickers. Actually besides most junk food. And days off. And sleeping in. And naps. Now that I think about there are actually quite a few things in life more satisfying than a job well done.
In things I didn’t really need to see news, this is a video of Ireland based Phone Fix Craft (a phone repair business) owner Julius Caveckas deep cleaning and repairing an iPhone, with a lot of macro shots for extra grossness. Honestly, my phone is at least twice that dirty.
Who puts their pants on two legs at a time? Mr. Clean apparently. Well, with the help of a swing set and two assistants, which has to make for a rather awkward morning routine, particularly if Mr. Clean doesn’t own his own playground. These are three videos of professional stuntman
This is a video of The Detail Geek cleaning and detailing what he believes to be the new nastiest vehicle he’s ever been contracted to clean, a 2018 Kia Sedona that looks like a McDonald’s exploded inside of it. The detailing took a total of 18 hours, which is significantly
This is a short video of a dad giving his son the Superman test by handing him a pressure washer with a surface cleaning attachment and seeing if he’s got the strength to hold it down. He does not. Man, I can’t even see a pressure washer without painfully recalling
This is a video from Ufa in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, of a woman who has managed to climb out the top portion of one of her windows without plummeting to her death so she can stand on the ledge outside her 17th story apartment and give the windows
This is the already funded Indiegogo campaign for the WindshieldWOW! windshield cleaning device, which surprisingly wasn’t invented by the Slap Chopper/ShamWow Guy. The flexible WindsheildWOW holds a microcloth fiber cleaning pad to each side of a windshield with magnets so when you wipe the outside windshield you’re also cleaning the
Because there’s a market for absolutely everything, this is a short commercial for the children’s Baby Shark ‘interactive smart toothbrush’ from Britebrush (~$20 on Amazon). The toothbrush includes “revolutionary oral care technology including smart brushing sensors, side change recognition, a vibrating handle, and a parent check light.” It also has