The Good Housekeeping Institute tested a variety of swim aids to find out what which ones work the best. The testers liked the $29 dollar swimline trainer tank for toddlers through four years old. For kids through nine, testers liked the swimways power swimmer foam training vest. It cost $20 bucks. Swimways swims armbands for ages four to eight are a real bargain they liked for just $3.99.
If you plan to spend a lot of time in the garden, you know the importance of quality tools. Good Housekeeping found some good buys to help you dig in. High marks go to Corona's extendable handle gardening tools. They cost less than fifteen dollars each. When it comes to small hand tools, the OXO Goodgrips give your hands a break with rubberized handles. Prices range from 10 to 25 dollars.
As for getting a good gas grill for less, Good Housekeeping like the Fiesta Dynasty for just under $200 dollars.
And for the best plate to load up, Good Housekeeping like the Dixie Ultrastrong Deep Dish Plate. Good Housekeeping also liked a smaller Dixie Ultra Strong and the Hefty Elegant Ware.
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