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1.A stainless steel wiper which makes post-baking cleanup seem — gird your loins here — like a complete breeze! This gadget effortlessly scoops up funfetti so that you won't have to run your whisk under soap and hot water for 84 years. You also won't lose an entires cake's worth of batter.
2.LED Under-cabinet lights to make any teeny kitchen feel more spacious, more inviting, and less like a dungeon made worse by bad fluorescence. You can even keep these on overnight to reduce the chance of ghost encounters on your way to grab a glass of water.
3.A Joseph Joseph cutting board so you can chop ingredients and then quickly transfer them ~straight~ into the pan thanks to an ergonomic handle. This bebe is also foldable for easy storage and dishwasher-safe, so you truly cannot go wrong.
4.Seche Clear and Seche Vite Polishes because the manicure you painstakingly complete today should not be chipped by *insert frustrated sigh* tomorrow. This base and top coat duo work in harmony to protect your nail beds from stains, promote a shiny, longer-lasting mani, *and* reviewers swear it dries in minutes. A manicure that doesn't take seven years = the best.
5.A large duck chew toy that reviewers (myself included) rave about for its durability. This 'lil guy is truly the gift that keeps on giving because you won't have to replace it after a mere few days — my Frenchie has been chewing on the same one for ~5 months now and it's still going strong.*
6.Kitschy oil and vinegar dispensers with a gravity-lid spout that automatically opens when facing downward, plus etched-in measurements ensure you'll follow that Pinterest recipe to a T. Accidentally pouring seven gallons of expensive olive oil will be a heartbreak of the past thanks to a steady pour.
7.A shower curtain liner with mesh pockets for anyone done with cluttering the corners of their (very tiny) bathtub via an excess of shampoo bottles. You like one for volume and you like the other for strength; I get it. This makes it easy to store a ton of stuff without making your tub feel cluttered.
8.An over-the-sink drying rack for my fellow city dwellers who understand the struggle of limited countertop space. This hunk of collapsible silicone-coated stainless steel can store everything from pans to cutlery up to 50 lbs, but can easily be folded up and stored away when not in use.
9.An adjustable ~garbage can~ to toss the food wrappers, receipts, and heaven-knows-what-else that accumulates in your vehicle. Picture it now: a world in which your passenger seat isn't cluttered with coffee to-go cups.
10.A toothpaste holder complete with a toothpaste squeezer to make sure you get every last minty drop trapped in that damn tube. (One reviewer even describes this as ingenious and TBH, they are not wrong.)
11.Smart stickers about to save you so much time. Rather than rifling through every single box in your garage to find the appropriate seasonal decor, turn to these stickers! Stick 'em on before fully packing up a box, download the associated app, and you'll be able to pull up a list that tells you *exactly* what's in each box!
12.A hard water stain-remover so that your faucets and glass doors can finally look squeaky clean. So long, days of staring at my gross shower head that still looks awful despite hours (upon hours) of scrubbing.
13.A floating shelf especially great for tiny bathrooms — the kind that don't accommodate the dream vanity you've had in your West Elm shopping cart for, oh, a decade. This transforms wall space into storage and the BEST part? No drilling required. Strong adhesive tape provides durability that won't give out under .2 lbs of weight.
14.A portable paw cleaner for when your good boy has decided to wander into the muddiest field on planet earth before trotting all over your freshly-washed living room floors. Just add a little water, put each paw inside to be scrubbed by the silicone bristles, and that's it! Clean paws within seconds.
15.Drop Stop car gap fillers (as seen on Shark Tank!) with all of your late-night McDonald's runs in mind. French fries falling into the abyss that is the cracks in your seat? No longer a problem with this genius neoprene invention.
16.A sheet set made from a more breathable eucalyptus lyocell material; it also uses 96% less water and comes responsibly packaged in a recyclable cardboard box with zero waste. Not to mention there are !!! tags !!! that say which corner of the bed each side of the sheet belongs on. Oh all the time I would have saved...
17.Ceiling fan chain pulls that'll more clearly indicate which one is meant to activate the light *or* the fan. It's time to put an end to that annoying guessing game once and for all.
18.A nonslip bristle brush for a safer, more efficient way to clean expensive cutlery (*chest swells with pride at the thought of having a fancy knife set*). A wrap-around design scrubs two sides at once, plus this ultimately saves you money because you won't have to continuously replace torn dish sponges.
19.A tweexy ring because that bottle isn't empty, the brush is just too short to reach the polish that's trapped at the bottom. This ring allows you to tilt the bottle and scoop up product, all while being held firmly in place on your finger. That's right! No more dark red polish spills on your shaggy white rug.
20.An automatic pan stirrer about to revolutionize your cooking routine. This clever gadget (designed with a timer!) churns away at sauces and other whisk-requiring ingredients, aka your arm will be saved from the pain that is continuous and tedious stirring.
21.A bedside caddy that means you'll finally be able to keep tabs on your remote. This convenient storage solution ensures that your nighttime essentials are tucked away into one neat little spot, plus is *the* perfect item for anyone who's bedroom is simply too small to accommodate a nightstand.
22.KVD tattoo eyeliner worthy of the cult-like praise it gets: it dries quickly, won't smudge or budge, lasts 25 hours a day, and the thin tip makes achieving the perfect cat eye *gulp* somewhat easy. Wave so long and farewell to the dreadful panda eye effect.
23.A 3D face coffee mug cleverly designed with a cookie slot, aka you can finally enjoy that nightly almond milk and chocolate chip treat sans plate or crumbs sprinkled all over your white comforter.
24.A clear water bottle so sleek, every sip you take will feel luxe. This even has time markers that act as a subtle reminder to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day — because we love a product that makes us feel accomplished for doing mundane tasks.
25.A set of thick velvet slip covers for a brand new couch on a very, very small budget. It doesn't take a DIY genius to master these beauties — literally just ~slip~ them over sofa cushions for an immediate uptick to your living room decor. *considers starting a home renovation blog*
26.CAKE Beauty The Locks Smith Dry Styling that'll give your (banana split) ends some much-needed luster — think of this as a waterless conditioner. Argan oil adds shine with none of the weigh-down; coconut and crambe seed oil fight frizz for ~smooth~ tresses that look immune to humidity. Your hair will be taken care of in two seconds flat.
27.A jar opener because there’s always that *one* person in a relationship who can never open the olives; the role of the other person is to simply stand at their beck and call, ready to pop it open. Avoid fights. Avoid conflict. Get this. ASAP.
28.A plant-based, paraben-free EcoTools makeup brush shampoo about to give you the most satisfying results: envision globs of orange foundation dripping onto porcelain. It's fantastic, it takes only a few minutes from start to finish, and your makeup will apply so much smoother as a result.
29.An erase-a-hole putty that fills cracks in drywall, plaster, and wood faster than you can say "HGTV." Just follow the handy dandy guide below for a DIY repair that would a: impress even the great Joanna Gaines and b: won't take too much time or patience.
30.A Kitsch headband perfect for nighttime skincare routines. This must-have accessory is crafted with a luxuriously soft microfiber material that won't tug at their roots, plus has an opening in the back to ensure your pony stays secure. No more drenched scalp after a simple cleanse.
31.A cable management box to hide unsightly wires that cause heartache by just looking at them. The tangles! The never-ending tangles! They're more than I can personally handle, so I will personally be hiding them with this box: It's the more efficient tech equivalent of "the chair."*
32.A heavy duty pizza stone for dough that looks like it was flipped several times by an expert wearing a white chef's hat. This stone guarantees a delicious crust charred to perfection, which means the frozen pizza you're eating for dinner (yet again) will taste gourmet — not too doughy, not too crisp, but just right.
33.A spoon holder (and steam releaser!) because read my lips: dirty spoons on countertops. There is nothing worse than pasta sauce cluttering up a work station. Sure, you can get yourself a spoon rest, but...how boring. And impractical for small kitchens.
34.A W&P Porter cocktail glass to give a homemade margarita some extra zhush. This is conveniently equipped with a splash-proof lid because red wine spills while wearing white T-shirts = practically inevitable.
35.A buttering knife designed with a curved stainless-steel blade to ensure that the corn-to-butter ratio is *chef's kiss*. The edge of the knife is also perfect for cutting into a stick or for scooping a buttery vat straight outta the tub.
36.An elephant organizer cleverly designed with a ~drainage~ trunk, aka this can store cutlery and toothbrushes without trapping any gunky water.