Members of Group #1, Engine Company #4 escort more than 100 children of Shippan Point down Van Renssellaer Avenue for their Halloween Parade.
(WTNH) – It was a little hot under the collar and elsewhere in a segment of the Rachel Ray Show Wednesday which featured a group of Connecticut firefighters.
Three Stamford firefighters were testing sweat resistant products found on the Internet for a segment the talk show calls the ‘human lab.’
One firefighter tried out Kleinert’s Fluid-Resistant Underwear, the others put arm-pit sweat reducing products SweatBlock and Drionic Underarm Device to the test.
They went on the show to give their official reviews.
Watch the Video to see the segment and get the results. You can find links to the products and more on rachelrayshow.com .
The Rachel Ray Show airs at 10:00 a.m. on WTNH News Channel 8.
Source: News Channel 8
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