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Let Wayne Buy It: Baseboard Buddy

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    Let Wayne Buy It: Baseboard Buddy

    The Baseboard Buddy promises to make cleaning baseboards and moldings fast and easy, so Wayne Carter buys it and tries it out. (Published Friday, Nov. 3, 2017)

    Big, white, bright baseboards are a staple in so many of our homes, but cleaning them can be a hassle.

    The Baseboard Buddy promises to help, as a fast and easy way to clean both baseboards and moldings.

    Susan Lackey's home is right out of a magazine. She loves to clean, but there is one little problem.

    "I have four cats, which almost qualifies me as a crazy cat lady," Lackey said. "They walk by, and fur falls off."

    Footprints in Snow Lead Police to Burglar

    [DFW] Footprints in Snow Lead Police to Burglar

    Police in Medford, Oregon were able to track down a burglary suspect early Thursday morning by following footprints in the freshly fallen snow. "Definitely a bad morning to commit a burglary," Lt. Kerry Curtis said.
     

    (Published Friday, Feb. 23, 2018)

    Lackey saw a commercial for the Baseboard Buddy and let Wayne buy it.

    After wetting the pad and applying to the wall at a 45-degree angle, they got their answer.

    "I love it! I love it," Lackey said.

    We took a look before and after, and the Baseboard Buddy did a good job removing the dirt.

    "It's a simple problem, and a simple solution," said Lackey, who plans to add it to her FMP — "Fur Management Plan."

    If you have a product you're curious about trying out, tell us at facebook.com/wayneresponds and let Wayne buy it.

    Fugitive Hides in Trash Can to Avoid Police

    [DFW] Fugitive Hides in Trash Can to Avoid Police

    A man's attempt to escape West Virginia police Tuesday looked more like a scene out of Sesame Street. "So I came and opened the lid, and as I opened the lid there was a gentleman inside my trash can, and he jumped up and his first comment to me was, 'Oh my God, you scared me,'" homeowner Gary Rice said.
     

    (Published Friday, Feb. 23, 2018)

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