Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Save money and use less water with Sink Magic - Review

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About Sink Magic:
Sink Magic is a Portable Water Diverter. It's the perfect solution to the common problem of dish washing. This exciting gadget will bring a welcome convenience in your life and to every household. The Sink Magic shortens the dish washing time as well as creating a cleaner result. It will save you time and money as well.

My Review:
I was given a lovely opportunity to review the Sink Magic ($29.95). Before I go into my review about how the Sink Magic works and it's benefits, let me just say that I hate doing dishes! Well, actually, I kind of enjoy it now since I've been using Sink Magic. I'll explain why after I explain how the Sink Magic works.



As you can see from the images above, we have a Sink Magic. Now, assembly is pretty simple. It's basically a 1, 2, 3 and your done. Yes, it's that easy, lol! There is nothing that needs to be screwed in or no instructions that make assembly sound complicating when it really isn't. All you do is attach the pieces in any order and you are ready to go. Do note that the middle pieces can be flipped depending on how deep your sink is. You also receive replacement rubber bands just in case the bands that are already on the Sink Magic become damaged or begin to wear. 


The Sink Magic has many features to it. I know it doesn't look like much, but there is a lot that goes on with this simple product. At the top of the Sink Magic, you have something that looks kind of like a vent. This is what helps the water run through when you are filling up the sink or when you are adding more dishes to a sink full of water. The middle piece looks like an accordion and this piece is what bends so the Sink Magic will fit in the corner of your sink. The bottom of the Sink Magic look like... How do I put it? It looks like a plug you would use for a sink or a tub. I forgot what they actually call those things because I haven't used one in ages, lol. Normally when I want to plug up the bathtub or the sink, I use a rag. I know it's ghetto, but it works. Anyways, this plug that is attached to the Sink Magic is what's used to prevent the water from going down the drain when you are filling the sink.


Here is my sink without and than with the Sink Magic. Before placing the Sink Magic in the drain, make sure you wet it a bit with some water so this way it goes in easy. Now my sink is not as deep as other sinks, so I had to switch the middle piece of the Sink Magic around so that it wouldn't be so low. The Sink Magic can also be used if you have a garbage disposal in your sink.


Once you have the Sink Magic in your drain, add some dish soap and fill your sink up with water. You can start adding dishes now if you want or wait for the sink to fill. Whatever floats your boat, lol.


Here are my dirty dishes! You can see some food stains on there, lol. And yes, there are some Christmas plates and bowls with my dishes. I use my holiday dishes year round. Once I let the water suds up from the dish soap, I add the dishes. I try to pack as many as I can in there. Like I said, my sink isn't so deep, so whatever I can squeeze in will be washed and the rest will be done later. One thing I love about the Sink Magic is the fact that the water will never over flow!


I have the water on full blast and as you can see the water is being drained through the top part of the Sink Magic. When you are using a regular plug, you have to be careful and also keep an eye on the water because if it happens to overflow, well, your going to have water running all over the place. I've had this happen a few times... 

Now, for the best part of the Sink Magic! I mentioned in the beginning of my review that I hated doing dishes till I received the Sink Magic. This is true because it really is magic. Before the Sink Magic, washing dishes was a pain in the behind. It didn't matter how long I had the dishes soaking in the sink, food was still stuck on them. Eggs, syrup, ketchup, mac and cheese and oatmeal always seemed to be the worst when it came to sticking on the dishes. Soaking and scrubbing with a sponge was becoming a pain in the behind and it would just tick me off that this food would not want to come off.

I know I seem a bit over dramatic, but it's the truth. I didn't matter how much soap I would add to the water or how hot the water would be, the food was still a pain to remove. It came down to the point where I would have to take one of those metal sponge like things to get the food off the dishes. To be honest, I was iffy about the Sink Magic because I thought it was just another plug that had a draining system in it to prevent the water from overflowing in the sink.

When I tried the Sink Magic out for the first time, I was actually amazed! I had some dishes that day that were full of eggs and syrup from breakfast and I wanted to see if it would come off with the Sink Magic. So I filled up the sink with soapy water and let the dishes soak for about an hour. Normally when it came to soaking dishes I would have to soak them overnight and that didn't always work. So an hour passed and I wanted to see how the dishes were and... 

Well let me just say, they looked like they had just been washed. The gunk was gone! To be honest, I was shocked because not only was the gunk gone, but the bits of food that was on the dishes disappeared. I took a look at the water after I had washed the dishes and there was nothing in there. I mean nothing! It was almost as if the Sink Magic had magically dissolved the food particles in the water, lol. I think it has something to do with the drain on the Sink Magic. 

Ever since I started using the Sink Magic, doing dishes has been a breeze and it does save you lots of time. There is no more soaking overnight, no stubborn food stains and no scrubbing with a metal pad. I am truly amazed with the Sink Magic!

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Disclaimer: Products were received for free and reviewed by me. I am honest about what I say and I will not say I like something when I do not. I mention products and/or services that I like for my readers. I am giving my opinion based on what I reviewed. 

3 comments:

  1. Wow this is interesting! I hate having to sit and wait for the sink to fill and make sure it doesn't overflow, then scrub a little, refill with clean water and repeat.

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    1. With sink magic, you'll never do none of that! All the things you hate most about Dishwashing will be eliminated like a bad dream . Pls vote for sink magic daily until sept 2 at walmart's getitonthelf.com So it will be available in Walmart.

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