Good Housekeeping magazine reviews a variety of products across many different categories. Some of these categories include appliances, beauty products, clothing, cooking tools and electronics.
Good Housekeeping has kept a long-standing tradition of testing products through their Good Housekeeping Institute. For over 100 years, the Good Housekeeping Institute has tested thousands of products in one of their six laboratories. Some of these products include sheets, cleaning products, kitchen appliances, tablets, moisturizers and more. Using state-of-the-art lab equipment and consumer feedback, Good Housekeeping Institute tests for a products' value, safety and quality.
Some other products the Good Housekeeping Institute test include vacuum cleaners, towels, smartphones and even Good Housekeeping's famous recipes found within its magazine. The dishes in the recipes are often made up to three times to ensure that they are correct and foolproof. Testing for durability, ease of use, safety, performance and more, Good Housekeeping strives to give their readers the assurance or dismissal of consumer products used within the home.
Good Housing Institute issues a seal when a product has been approved by them. It indicates that the product is backed by Good Housekeeping with a two-year limited warranty, and ensures a replacement or up to two thousand dollars back if the product becomes defective.