‘Fab’ for Dad

This Father’s Day (June 21), why not treat dad to a cutting board or grazing platter that will have him splicing or serving like a master chef?

Fab Slabs is the name of a natural, antibacterial brand of cutting boards and grazing platters made in Australia from sustainable camphor laurel trees. They can be personalized and ordered singly or in sets, with prices ranging from $55 to $205. fabslabscuttingboards.com.au. Courtesy Fab Slab.


All Häns on deck

Häns has been cleaning tech devices since it launched in 2013. Now, as it likes to say, it’s not only ready for “the grime of today but the grime of tomorrow.” The new Häns Ultra-Clean offers a washable, antibacterial-treated, microfiber cleaning cape designed for use on phones, tablets, computer touchscreens, keyboards, AirPods, VR glasses, covers, cases, cables, chargers and more. (It is not intended for use on nylon computer screens and certain TVs that have specific manufacturer coatings. You can use a dry portion of the cleaning cape for these types of screens, if needed.) $14.95, hans-swipe.com. Courtesy Häns.


A pan to flip for

If you’re like us, your omelets are not always up to chef Gordon Ramsay’s stringent standards. (Indeed, they often look like something he’d be screaming about.) Oren Zroya to the rescue. A private chef for celebrities like Brooke Burke, Shannen Doherty, Mel Gibson, Barbara Streisand and Owen Wilson, Zroya is an avid surfer who, like the bathtub-inspired ancient Greek inventor Archimedes, clearly gets his best ideas in water. In Zroya’s case, the “Eureka!” moment was a pan with a hi-rise lip just like the curl of a wave. The Radical Pan is designed to enable even us to flip omelets, salmon and other foods like a pro. $89 for the 8½-inch pan, $99.99 for the 10-inch pan and $109.99 for the 12-inch pan, radusa.co. Courtesy Radical Pan.


Helping hands

Aura Cacia, an Iowa-based leader in essential oils and aromatherapy products, has started manufacturing a limited-edition four-ounce hand sanitizer, produced in accordance with World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines. The brand is committed to donating 50 percent of the profits to charity. $5.99, auracacia.com. Courtesy Aura Cacia.

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