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    29 Practical Amazon Canada Finds That You Most Definitely Need In Your Life

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    1. A genius 4-in-1 kitchen rack that'll keep your plastic wrap, aluminum foil, and paper towel rolls organized. It has a spice rack on top, too, so you won't have to clutter up your countertop with jars and bottles.

    2. A roll of vinyl training tape that'll stop your furry friend from destroying your furniture. Reviewers say it's a cinch to apply and remove and love that it doesn't leave any marks on their upholstered couches and chairs.

    3. An easy-to-use paint sprayer that'll come in handy for all your DIY projects. Reviewers say it's a lot faster than using a brush and that it's a lifesaver for larger areas, like fences and walls.

    A person using the sprayer to paint a chair

    4. A pack of shower clips that'll keep the water inside your shower instead of all over your floor. They have adhesive backings so you won't need to make any renovations to install them.

    5. An ultra-slim running belt because not all of your leggings have pockets. It has two compartments where you can stash your phone, keys, wallet, and other necessities, plus a headphone port that you can run your cords through.

    6. A handy mask case that'll keep your protective gear safe from germs when you're not wearing it. It comes with a detachable sun visor mount so it won't get lost in the depths of your centre console or glove compartment when you're driving around.

    7. A pair of gigantic under-bed bins that you can use to store your off-season clothing, excess towels, and bedding. The tops are transparent so you'll be able to see what's inside without unzipping them.

    The bin filled with towels and blankets beside a bed

    8. A pack of flexible tongue scrapers that you can use to rid your mouth of nasty buildup and bacteria. Reviewers say the process is painless and that it leaves their breath smelling fresher, too.

    9. A pair of airtight can covers that'll keep your pet food from going bad, like, a day after you open it. Each lid has three flexible rings so you can slide them over most small containers.

    A person holding a can with the lid on it

    10. An industrial-chic flip-top end table with a built-in charging station that'll save you from having to create a web of cords around your living room. It has two standard outlets and two USB ports, meaning you'll be able to juice up several gadgets at once.

    11. A claw-like spaghetti server that'll help you get your noods from their water bath to your bowl without any hassle. The handle doubles as a portioning tool so you won't end up with mountains of leftovers (unless that's what you're aiming for).

    12. A touchless dispenser that'll automatically plop a dollop of soap into your palm with the wave of a hand. Some reviewers also use it for body wash or shampoo to give their shower situations a lil' upgrade.

    The dispenser dispensing soap into a person's hand

    13. A trio of geometric trivets that'll protect your counters from hot pots and pans. Reviewers love that they can link them together for larger cookware or use them individually as coasters.

    A person placing a mug onto a trivet

    14. A petite magnetic bowl that'll keep your nuts and bolts from going MIA. You could also use it in your bathroom to store smaller treasures, like bobby pins and barettes.

    A person putting a screw into a magnetic bowl

    15. A pair of non-slip bath mats that'll save your floor from turning into an ocean after every shower. One has a curved cutout to fit around the base of your toilet so your feet will have a cushy place to rest while you do your business.

    The bath mats in a bathroom beside a tub and around a toilet

    16. A pair of cut-resistant gloves that'll protect your digits from cuts when you're slicing and dicing. Reviewers say they're a must-have for anyone who uses a mandoline or grater on the regular.

    A person wearing the gloves while cutting a piece of meat

    17. A phone mount that you can clip right to your air vent to keep your map in sight while you drive. It has a built-in wireless charging pad so it'll power up your device while you ride around town.

    A person putting their phone onto the mount in a car

    18. A pack of cabinet locks that'll stop your baby from busting into your pantry when you're not looking. Reviewers say they're essential for anyone with curious pets, too.

    A person closing the cabinet lock

    19. A pair of coffee pod organizers that you can stick right to the side of your brewer so you won't have to go fishing around your cupboards to find your favourite blend.

    An organizer stuck to the side of a Keurig with coffee pods in it

    20. A pair of beauty product spatulas that'll help you get every last bit of product out of your makeup containers. Gone are the days of throwing out half of your $72 holy grail foundation before it's even done.

    21. A pack of reusable Downy laundry balls that'll evenly dispense fabric softener onto your clothes during the rinse cycle. Reviewers love that these save them from rushing back to their laundry room mid-wash to add in their softener.

    A person putting the ball into their washing machine

    22. A nylon chopping tool that you can use to de-clump your meats, veggies, and more. Reviewers say it mashes their culinary creations into a finer texture than a wooden spoon would and love that it doesn't scratch up their cookware in the process.

    23. A keyboard cover that'll keep your computer safe from dust, drips, and spills. All the essential keyboard shortcuts (like screenshot and search bar) are colour coded, so you'll never have to turn to Google for help again.

    24. A pack of outlet covers that'll keep your little one from putting their hands where they shouldn't go (aka electrical sockets). You can also use them to cover the busted outlets in your apartment so you don't accidentally plug things into them.

    A person putting an outlet cover into a socket

    25. A poop bag pouch that comes equipped with 20 bags so you'll never be stuck without something to clean up your dog's business. It has a tiny hook at the bottom that you can use to tote full bags so you won't have to commit your one free hand to toting poop.

    The holder on a leash in front of dogs paws

    26. An identity theft roller stamp that'll keep prying eyes away from your important information. If you don't have a shredder, this is the most efficient way to block out your name, address, and numbers on documents before you toss them.

    A person using the roller on a DHL invoice

    27. A stainless steel kitchen bar that won't melt down like regular soap. It'll remove smelly cooking odours from your hands so you won't spend your day smelling like one big clove of garlic.

    A person holding the kitchen bar over a sink

    28. A burger holder that'll keep your Big Mac intact and save you from having to clean up a saucy mess when you're done chowing down. Reviewers love that it can be adjusted to fit most buns and say that it's comfortable to grip.

    A person holding a burger in the burger holder

    29. And finally, a sticky note dispenser that'll double as a holder for your pens, pencils, and other stationery supplies. Notes pop out one at a time so you won't have to worry about accidentally grabbing a fistful.

    The sticky note dispenser holding markers and stickers next to a stack of sticky notes

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