There are several statements that take place in our house over and over again:
- Pick up your dirty clothes
- Chew with your mouth closed
- Throw away your trash
And my all-time least favorite:
- Can someone come push up my sleeves?!?! PLEASE!?!?
Well, Kate, bar the door, those days are gone. May I present:
That’s right, people. It’s time to say goodbye to soggy sleeves!
The brainchild of Barbara Doran, KitchenKuffs mean you’ll never have suds-soaked cuffs (or anything else, for that matter) on your long-sleeved tops EVER AGAIN! I was so impressed when I first saw this product that I contacted Barbara. She gave me a pair of regular and a pair of adjustable KitchenKuffs to review for you guys. I’ve had ample opportunity to try them, and as far as I’m concerned, they are a must-have in every kitchen, bath, basement and garage. I’ve used them while cooking dinner, washing dishes, painting a bookcase and potting flowers. They go on with total ease, and stay right where you put them.
Here’s a video from Barbara showing the myriad of ways she’s put her KitchenKuffs to good use:
To me, this is true American ingenuity – entrepreneurship at its finest! The product has even caught the eye of Martha Stewart’s Dreamers into Doers, where Barbara was recently featured as Doer of the Week.
I highly recommend that you pick up a pair and give them a try. They’re machine-washable cotton, made here in the USA, very affordable, and come in a variety of patterns in the regular and adjustable KitchenKuffs. I think these will make great gifts for teachers, gardeners, moms and sisters, dads and brothers – anyone who needs to “Keep their sleeves up!” And at a time when many families are pinching pennies more than ever, KitchenKuffs are a unique and thoughtful gift they’ll use time after time, without having to break the bank!
I love ‘em, Barbara – I know our readers will, too.
Visit www.kitchenkuffs.com for a patterns, pricing and sizing.
- Lining Up Yer Linens (alidoesit.wordpress.com)
- Interview with Barbara Doran – Inventor of the KitchenKuffs (theworkathomewoman.com)
- Raising a Foodie? (thedailymeal.com)
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