Learn The Hottest Products Featured At International Home + Housewares Show

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STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — Consumer shopping expert Steve Filmer stopped by KCAL9 Friday to share a sneak peek of the hottest household products from this year’s International Home + Housewares Show.

Here is a list of products he mentioned:

  • O-Cedar Angler Broom
    • Always sweep before you mop! The problem with sweeping with most brooms is something always slips through
    • There are more than 4,500 bristles in the O-Cedar Angler Broom – split between thick and thin bristles
    • Thicker, black bristles grab larger particles
    • Finer, grey bristles sweep dust and hair
    • No need to use a wet paper towel to pick up the dirt line that most brooms and dustpans leave behind
    • The soft edge of the dustpan makes a seal against the floor – almost like a squeegee
    • The Angler Broom helps you reach under things, such as overhanging cabinets
  • O-Cedar Easy Wring Spin Mop
    • Typical mopping means lots of bending, wringing and waiting for a wet floor to dry
    • The O-Cedar Easy Wring Spin Mop is a much smarter way to get the same benefits without those drawbacks
    • Lightweight, high-tech mop fabric means you’re not pushing and lifting 20-pounds of wet ropes like an old-fashioned mop head
    • This spin-action wringer allows you to control how much moisture is needed for the job
    • The splash guard keeps water from splashing all over the work area
    • When finished, the collapsible handle takes up less storage space
    • Machine-washable (up to 10 times) mop head
  • Cuisinart Combo Steam & Convection Oven
    • The Cuisinart Combination Steam and Convection Oven does much more than a traditional toaster oven
    • The easy-to-use water tank means you can STEAM – not just toast, bake and broil foods
    • Steam lets you cook with less oils and fats, resulting in fewer calories – and opens up whole new categories of foods you can make: steam dumplings, shellfish, vegetables and more
    • Cooking with steam in this oven can be as much as 40-percent faster than a conventional oven
    • Doesn’t take up much space, yet big enough to bake a 12-inch pizza
    • When you re-heat leftovers – they don’t have to taste all “dried out” anymore!
  • Bialetti Aeternum Signature Series by Chef Fabio Viviani
    • The non-stick -white- ceramic coating, which means you cook and prepare foods with less fat and oil, fewer calories and more flavor
    • The heavy-gauge aluminum construction and the way each piece of this cookware distributes the heat evenly from your stovetop if you’re cooking on traditional gas or electric elements
    • These also have the correct steel-based layer to work perfectly on the new induction stovetops
  • Savora Kitchen Tools
    • Savora Kitchen Tools are as beautiful in the hand as they are to the eye
    • The ice cream scoop makes it easy for your hand to scoop by “curling,” instead of “stabbing” your frozen desserts
    • The garlic press creates tons of pressure on a garlic clove to squeeze the most essence out of each one
    • Tools are designed with a thick, robust build to do their job
    • Easy to disassemble, clean and re-use
    • Works for both right-handed and left-hander users
  • SodaStream
    • SodaStream just got better – better-looking with this wood-grain version and better-tasting with Ocean Spray flavors
    • It’s the tool that lets you make your own carbonated drinks or water
    • You’re in control: How fizzy, how sugary, how many calories
    • Customize your carbonated beverages, you don’t have to just take what’s offered in bottles and cans anymore
    • And you don’t have to lug and recycle all those bottles and cans either

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