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Does it Really Work? "It Works!" Body Wraps Video included

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It's a trend taking over social media about body wraps that claim to tighten, tone and firm areas of the body. More>>

Does It Really Work? The Pocket Hose Ultra Video included

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Spring weather means spring yard work and gardening for most of us. How often do you buy a new garden hose? Many can crack over the winter causing leaks. They can be bulky. Maybe you don't have the room to store it. The Pocket Hose Ultra claims to solve all those problems. But does it really work? More>>

Does It Really Work? Wipe New, Fast Brite Video included

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If you have an older car, you may have headlights that are yellow and oxidized which don't shine as bright. More>>

Does it really work?: The Neck Magic Air Cushion

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The news biz is stressful. Typing scripts, interviews, trying to get sources to call back -- lots of reporters carry stress in their neck and shoulders. More>>

KWWL tries the Bacon Wave, Bacon Bowl in Does it Really Work

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There's no denying it, many of us love bacon.For some, the mouth-watering, savory cut of pork might be better than true love itself. More>>

Does It Really Work? KWWL tries the WaxVac

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When it comes to personal hygiene, people still experiment with what works best -- and nothing is off limits. The WaxVac ear cleaner claims to be a safe and effective way to clean your ears.
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Does it really work? Pet Rider

For many, there's nothing like taking the dog for a ride. The problem is, there also isn't much like cleaning up the mess afterwards. One product offers an easy solution. The Pet Rider seat cover promises More>>

Does It Really Work? Liquid Leather

It's a product that promises to save you hundreds of dollars in leather repairs in a few easy steps. It's called Liquid Leather. But does it really work? More>>

Does It Really Work: Lens CPR

The Lens CPR kit promises to repair scratched lenses, but does it really work? More>>

The Shake Weight: Does it Really Work?

For our "Does it Really Work?" series, we test out the Shake Weight. More>>

Does It Really Work: Grotto's on Fire Fireball

Grotto's On Fire is an automatic extinguisher that discharges a fire-fighting powder when the product reaches a heightened temperature.  But does it really work? More>>

Does It Really Work: The InStyler

It's meant to be a straightener, curling iron and a brush, but is it too good to be true? . More>>

Does it Really Work: EZ Cracker

For those who have trouble cracking eggs, there's a product that claims to solve your problems. No more mess and no more egg shells in your food. The EZ Cracker claims to crack eggs perfectly every time. More>>

Does It Really Work: Debbie Meyer Green Bags

Spoiled produce makes for wasted money and a smelly refrigerator. A product being sold on television claims to save you money by keeping your produce fresh, but does it really work? More>>

Does It Really Work: Gopher

The Deluxe Gopher II promises get to those hard to reach objects without bending, climbing or straining, but the question is, does it really work? More>>

Does It Really Work - Bottle Top

One of the joys of drinking a cold can of pop is the carbonation. But, once you open the can, the fizz quickly fizzles. The Bottle Top claims to solve this problem by keeping the carbonation longer, but does it really work? More>>

The Jupiter Jack - "Does it Really Work?"

IOWA CITY (KWWL) - For this edition of "Does it Really Work?" we tested out a product that promises to help keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road, when making calls in your car. The Jupiter More>>

Does it really work? Dog Tweeter Training Aid

If your dog is taking you on walks instead of the other way around, you might want to try out the Dog Tweeter Training Aid. More>>

Mighty Putty: Does it really work?

WATERLOO (KWWL) -- Mighty Putty is basically an epoxy putty -- two substances that when mixed forms an adhesive. To use Mighty Putty you have to cut it into the amount you want, take that amount and work More>>

Pet Hair Magnet: Does it Really Work?

IOWA CITY (KWWL) -- The Pet Hair Magnet claims to be the best way to remove stubborn pet hair from furniture, carpets, and even drapes. To test this product, we'll get some help from our fury, feisty More>>

The Perfect Pushup: "Does it Really Work?"

IOWA CITY (KWWL) - The Perfect Pushup is a device that advertises a workout with less joint strain and maximum muscle engagement. It seems authentic, having been developed by a former U.S. Navy SEAL, but More>>

The Windshield Wonder - Does it Really Work?

For our final edition of "Does it Really Work?" we tested out a product that promises to make cleaning those hard-to-reach inside corners of front and back windshields a cinch. More>>

The Snuggie - Does it Really Work?

For our second episode of "Does it Really Work?" we tested out the blanket with sleeves, also known as "The Snuggie." More>>

The Slap Chop - "Does it Really Work?"

IOWA CITY (KWWL) - For this edition of "Does it Really Work?" we decided to test out a kitchen product that you've probably seen on those late-night infomercials, and it's called "The Slap Chop." It's More>>

Hand sanitizer: does it really work?

Experts on infectious disease suggest, most hand sanitize killed 99% of bacteria, if used correctly.  That means using about two squirts, rubbing evenly and under your finger nails.
You want to keep rubbing until your hands are completely dry.
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