Questions were one of the first topics that I added to Product Dork and they’ve been among the most popular posts on the site. While most of the notes and reviews are mine, it’s cool that others have both asked and answered questions.
So here are the top questions of 2018:
5. How do I clean stainless steel?
I moved into a fantastic new apartment which has a ton of new stainless steel appliances—refrigerator, oven, microwave and dishwasher. I used an all-purpose cleaner and noticed the appliances have streaks across them.
Kitchens get messy. How am I supposed to clean these things? I thought a benefit of stainless steel was their resilience. It seems like they might be more of a hassle than anything else.
On a reddit thread I and saw some people mentioning stainless-steel cleaners (Bar Keeper’s Fr…
4. What’s the best coffee grinder?
3. What’s the best HSA for someone who is looking for investment options?
Here’s the deal. I’m a healthy guy in my early 30s and am considering leaving my employer to work as a freelancer. If I do, I can’t decide whether to rollover my Health Savings Account to another provider.
I’ve got a Health Equity HSA that my company contributes to on a regular basis. Health Equity has been fine—probably good considering the state of healthcare software—but they are going to charge me $4/mo plus fees for statements if I leave. It seems a bit steep.
I also subscribe to the
2. What’s the best memory foam mattress?
I’m looking for a memory foam type mattress. What do you recommend and what was the price point? Any tips for discounts or coupons while we are at it?
1. How can I prevent candle tunneling?
I’m a big fan of candles. Whenever I’m at Target I’ll pickup one of their jar candles. I’m in love with this
pumpkin scented candle I recently found. It smells like fall!
Anyways here’s the question—how do I stop my candles from tunneling? I let my candles burn for a couple hours the first time I light them. I believe that’s what your supposed to do, but the wax does not burn evenly and the pool doesn’t get to the edge of the jar.
I’ve read elsewhere that I’m supposed to cut out wax from the s…