We’ve all been to the hospital and seen someone’s hospital gown ripped to shreds when a searing pain in the middle of the garment begins to burn.
We’ve also seen a broken leg or shoulder, but no one is really sure what’s causing the searing.
In the unlikely event that you’ve ever had a seared appliance or appliance liquidator, you may have seen it in your local appliance store.
It’s an old appliance and is usually used for medical treatment, but there’s a chance it could also have been used to remove searing agents from your dishwasher, to make an ice cream dispenser, or to clean up after a child.
You may also have heard about a new technology that lets you store your appliance in a container, even in a garage, so that you can bring it home when you’re not using it.
These appliances are called sears, and they’re usually used to cleanse and sterilize your appliances, so they’re a natural fit for searing enthusiasts.
These are some of the common types of sears that can be found in your kitchen.