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Have you ever seen something at the store or on TV and thought to yourself, “I wonder if that works?”

Tune in to our new series on NewsWatch 12 called “Does it Work?”

Join Erin Maxson every Thursday at 6 p.m. on NewsWatch 12 as she asks local product testers, just like you, to find out if a certain gadget really works.

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    Does It Work: Jackson County Fair App

    Does It Work: Jackson County Fair App

    July 20, 2014

    With a busy weekend at the Jackson County Fairground, an Ashland company looked at the amount of people logging on to the Expo's website and they found half of people who visited the site were on their mobile devices.

    Does It Work: Wine Out

    Does It Work: Wine Out

    June 26, 2014

    Clumsy or not, clothing can be ruined by a single drop of wine and a whole glass across white carpeting seems disastrous. NewsWatch 12's Erin Maxson tests a product claiming to make wine stains disappear like magic.

    Does It Work: Mighty Bite

    Does It Work: Mighty Bite

    June 6, 2014

    Whether you’re on a river, a lake, or out on the ocean, the mighty bite system claims to have pros and first-timers catching trophy fish. NewsWach12’s Erin Maxson baited two local anglers, whose family has fished for generations to try out this "future of fishing" product in this week's “Does

    Does It Work: The Sunny Seat

    Does It Work: The Sunny Seat

    May 29, 2014

    The cats at C.A.T.S. helped us test out this week's Does It Work product. The Sunny Seat promises to hold up to 50 pounds and provide a comfortable and warm place for cats to sit while looking out the window.

    Does It Work: Sugru

    Does It Work: Sugru

    May 22, 2014

    It can sometimes seem like there is a never ending list of things that break or maybe just don't work like you want them to, and replacing or fixing items can cost money, time and sometimes sanity. See what out engineers call, "Play Doh for the working man".