Ten Inventions that Make Housekeeping Easy (May, 1931)
Ten Inventions that Make Housekeeping Easy
One of the leading electrical refrigerator companies has recently developed a rubber ice cube tray in which the water is self leveling. Heretofore the trays used for this purpose have had to be leveled separately.
An electric tie presser for home use is designed to operate from any light socket. The metal form is inserted into the tie, as shown above, and then the device is closed for a few minutes.
This iron stand makes your electric iron cordless. The adapter can be adjusted to any iron and the terminals may be raised or lowered. The device eliminates any dangling cords as shown.
This attractive, modernistic extractor gives you the pure juice without pulp or seeds.
A reversible open jaw curtain bracket for spring rollers which does away with cotter pins.
Here is a spray gun, operated by a vacuum cleaner, for spreading moth preventive on furniture and clothing. The liquid is good for five years unless articles are washed in soap and water.
The toaster shown above produces no crumbs and cannot be tipped over. It will toast bread of any thickness on both sides in thirty to forty seconds.
This ingenious machine mixes color into oleomargarine, beats eggs and fudge and mashes potatoes, besides having a dozen other uses.
A very useful chair for keeping the trousers pressed. It is heated electrically from a light socket.
This handy bathroom rack is made of metal and can be adjusted to fit into any medicine cabinet.