Housework Made Easier With New Accessories (Jun, 1936)

Someone needs to bring back the 3 in 1 Air Conditioner / Dishwasher / Washing Machine

Housework Made Easier With New Accessories

THE LATEST FOOD DICER cubes soup vegetables and potatoes for French frying by the simple operation of pressure on the cutting grid. Guests will wonder how you were able to achieve such uniform vegetable blocks with so little time to prepare dinner.

MOTORIZED NAIL FILES are fast becoming a necessary boudoir accessory, for the new machine sings magically over the nail’s edge, with none of that unpleasant rasping that comes from the ordinary file.

THE ROBOT BRIDGET serves as a home air-conditioner most of the time, but when necessary can wash your dishes and clothes, thus making it a three-fold mechanical servant that one cannot do without. The major parts are easily removable. When not in use the machine can be compactly stowed in a corner.

A GANG SAW TOMATO SLICER with adjustable blades insures even slicing of tomatoes, potatoes, oranges, and other fruits and vegetables in the minimum of time. After setting blades to required thickness, they are locked in place and pressed down on the food. A tray catches juices.

A MEASURING TABLESPOON makes quick work of securing just the right amount of condiments for your favorite dish. A sliding sleeve is graduated to give the correct measures, and as it is pushed forward you know just how much material is left on the spoon.

  1. Blurgle says: April 30, 20073:13 am

    That all-in-one must be great if she can do her laundry or dishes or clean the air conditioner while wearing a cocktail dress.

    And exactly how is a nail file a “housework saver”?

  2. Stannous says: April 30, 20077:25 pm

    I like the primitive Vegi-matic and I have a plastic version of the measuring spoon that works just the same way- a souvenir of Hershey, PA.

  3. Jim Dunn says: May 2, 20075:56 am

    I like the early version of a Dremel tool that woman is using on her fingers.

  4. docca says: May 2, 20079:19 pm

    | I like the early version of a Dremel tool that woman is using on her fingers.

    “hmm, should I use the heavy duty or diamond cutter discs?”

    Oops. There goes another finger…

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