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    37 Useful Products You'll Probably Want To Try Out ASAP

    I feel like this batter dispenser may even motivate me to bake, tbqh.

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    1. A microwave steam cleaner to finally (and I mean finally) rid your microwave of the caked-on dinner that's been there since about, oh, last year. Simply fill this handy device with vinegar, let 'er run for five to seven minutes, wipe, and done.


    Promising review: "I was skeptical about buying this at first, but it's AWESOME. It works like a charm! Super easy to use and does exactly what it says. It made my microwave look brand-new again!" —Lisa

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

    2. A Cerave exfoliating cleanser gentle enough for even the most sensitive complexions. Salicylic acid, hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and vitamin D pick up dead skin cells (the kind that cause gunk build-up) to prevent acne outbreaks — but this is still non-comedogenic, so your complexion won't feel overly tight *or* break out even further.

    Promising review: "Best cleanser I have ever used!!! And believe me, I've tried everything... My skin feels really clean. I noticed a difference in my skin immediately! I like that it is foaming/sudsy and a little goes a long way. Never over dries. Since I've become diligent about washing every night and morning, I have zero blemishes. Great cleanser for sensitive, sometimes dry, acne-prone skin. I also suffer from KP (keratosis pilaris) on the back of my arms and this cleanser has cleared it up almost completely. I will never buy anything else! This is my go-to, holy grail cleanser." —Mrs852

    Get it from Amazon for $9.88.

    3. An attachable aerator to make your less-than-$10 wine taste like it was sourced from Napa and aged for 10 centuries. "I'm getting some dry notes of expensive," you'll say after taking that first sip.

    This attachable aerator deposits oxygen into your wine, which improves taste and allows aromas to EXPAND.

    Promising review: "These wine aerators are FABULOUS! I do wine demos for different wineries and I don't always have time to let a bottle of wine breathe properly before a demo starts. These greatly enhance the flavor and it makes all the difference in the world. My sales numbers increased greatly. And you can't beat the price!" —Ash Bash.

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    4. A third-generation Echo Dot that can do everything from play music and make calls to read the news and set alarms — all at the sound of their voice! Having the ability to send texts and shuffle playlists (all hands-free!) is about to completely change their life for the better.


    Promising review: "I absolutely love it! Bought to use as a radio/ambient noise device as I fall asleep, but now realize the capabilities FAR exceeded what I initially purchased it for, so I also use it as an alarm clock, Bluetooth speaker for my iPad, personal assistant ('Alexa, add milk to my shopping list'), Amazon Music speaker (which I never used until buying this). The sound quality is really good, especially considering its small size and relatively budget-friendly price. I definitely recommend this to anyone, and if you’re a Prime member... WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR! Don’t even 'add to cart,' just click 'buy now' and watch your life get simpler." —Dave S

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (originally $49.99).

    5. A silicone popcorn maker capable of making 15 cups of popcorn in under four minutes. You'll just have to add in some kernels, ~pop~ it in the microwave, and BAM! Your movie marathon feast is now ready to be devoured.,

    This popcorn maker is especially fantastic because it acts as a popcorn bowl itself. PLUS! It's collapsible! Which makes this easy to store if you have approximately zero space in your kitchen.

    Promising review: "Absolutely amazing! I am throwing out my old popcorn maker because there is no need for it anymore. I cannot believe how easy it was to make perfect popcorn and use the same bowl to eat it out of. I've already told all of my friends to buy this!" —Cindy Suy

    Get it from Amazon for $19.90 (available in 10 colors).

    6. A touch-activated table lamp with three brightness settings (soft, moderate, and bright), six light colors, and a 360-degree control base. If you're looking for the perfect reading lamp, you have found it.


    Promising review: "My boyfriend and I were having a tough time agreeing on nightstand lamps. I prefer brighter ones that illuminate the room whereas he prefers warmer tones that give off just enough light and don't bother his eyes. These have been the perfect compromise! The dimmable white light offers the brightness I prefer while he uses the more yellow tones. They are pretty basic style-wise and take up very little space." —Beth

    Get it from Amazon for $27.99 (originally $44.99).

    7. A cult-favorite Squatty Potty that currently has over 10,000 reviews on Amazon. What is the purpose of it, you ask? It enables your body to mimic a squatting position that turns *ahem* longer bathroom breaks into a much easier affair.


    Promising review: "As weird a product as this may be, it is AMAZING. When I first got it, my husband thought I was crazy. I explained how the height was supposed to help you go to the bathroom more smoothly and without as much frustration. I loved it right away (also, I am short so the height helped). Later I heard him telling his friend he used it and was so surprised at how everything just 'came out.' It's awkward, but highly effective!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    8. Reusable metal drinking straws for anyone looking to make eco-friendly choices that cut down on plastic waste *and* prevent their teeth from getting those dreadful coffee stains. These are perfect for both hot or iced caffeine, plus are just really darn pretty., Amazon

    This set comes with four straight straws, four bent straws, two cleaning brushes, and a storage pouch. Plus, you can get 'em in a gorgeous iridescent hue.

    Promising review: "These things are great! Perfect tube size, so you don't drink too fast or struggle to drink more. And I buy an iced coffee EVERY DAY, so this is great for eliminating (straw) waste." —Fernando Rivera

    Get a set of eight from Amazon for $6.99 (available in four colors).

    9. A USB rechargeable lighter that gives up to 300 uses per single charge, plus it's butane-free and slim enough to fit into any drawer. Fare thee well, matchbooks of candles past.


    Promising review: "I’m continually looking for products that will help me replace plastic items and this one does the trick! I love it! Works like a charm!" —Cherly S.

    Get it from Food52 for $38+ (available in 10 colors).

    10. Cetaphil cleansing cloths you'll want for those nights in which you are way too tired to cleanse, tone, and moisturize. These remove dirt, trapped oil, and makeup (*cough* even waterproof mascara *cough*) without simultaneously stripping your face of moisture.

    Sarah MacMillan / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I have super sensitive skin and have to be careful with anything I use. I use Cetaphil face lotion so I figured I’d give their cleansing cloths a try to help remove makeup (since every other makeup remover I’ve tried either has reacted with my skin or hasn’t done crap), and I haven’t looked back yet. The cloths are gentle enough that they aren’t irritating but remove even my most stubborn waterproof makeup. They’re not too moist that they drip when you pull them out of the package, but they have enough moisture to be refreshing. I don’t really notice a scent so if there is one, it’s very subtle." —apsucheme09

    Get two packs of 25 from Amazon for $10.99.

    To learn more, check out "9 Life-Changing Beauty Products You Need To Try ASAP" (#3, to be exact).

    11. A batter dispenser that will turn the mess of baking (READ: take a moment to picture all the cupcake mix droplets scattered around your kitchen counter) into a much easier process. Simply pour in the batter, squeeze the lever, and all of your baking mixes — everything from pancake and brownie to crepe and muffin will have been dispensed in a pinch.

    This dispenser is especially effective for Saturday morning pancakes (it helps create the perfect circle), can hold up to four cups of batter, and has a measuring label built in.

    Promising review: "Love love love this baking tool. Just bought it, just made cupcakes, and cleanup was beyond easy! Typically I loathe making cupcakes with my kids because there's lots of cleanup involved — spoons falling into batter, batter all over cupcake tin...but not with this dispenser! I even let my youngest (4-years-old) pour the batter in the cups and it didn't make a mess at all! This is definitely going to be a staple in my baking line up. I am almost tempted to buy one more, just in case I never see it again!" —Dave

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

    12. An outlet shelf to turn empty wall space into extra storage. Simply replace your current outlet with this one (no worries, you'll get all the mounting tools you'll need for the job) and wave hello to a permanent spot for the electric toothbrush in your bathroom. The road has been a long one.,

    Promising review: "This is a great, inexpensive way to add a shelf where there would otherwise be unused space. In this tech-driven world, I added this to my bathroom plug so we'd have a spot to set our phones down. I would definitely recommend and will be buying more for other outlets in my home." —Sheyrena

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99 (available in two colors).

    13. A tiered tray, because we'd *like* one of those fancy knife blocks but — alas — we haven't got the space. This space-efficient organizer will keep knives in place and help maintain their sharpness.


    Promising review: "The best $10 I ever spent! This knife organizer is the greatest thing ever. I have tiny kitchen drawers and cabinets and two young children. I took all my sharp things and stuck them in a drawer, my husband complained that the knives were haphazardly stuck in the drawer and he always would nearly cut himself looking for a knife. So I bought this, which fits in my ridiculously small drawers very well, and I am able to neatly stack my knives and have a nice organized drawer. I can't say enough good things about this organizer!" —Sloan

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    14. A handheld milk frother that makes it easy to whip up your very own, typically very expensive drink at home. This stainless-steel whisk truly has so many darn uses: Let your mouth water at the thought of cappuccinos, lattes, hot chocolate, matcha, milk shakes, and more.,

    This frother has a ergonomic handle that makes it comfy to hold, is small enough to stash in your bag and bring to the office, and is battery-operated and comes equipped with two AA batteries.

    Promising review: "This frother was such a great deal! It came with batteries installed and perfectly packaged. I just made my first coffee with frothed evaporated milk and a tiny bit of sugar for a holiday season treat and it tastes just as delicious as an expensive ubiquitous franchise coffee! If you're considering a handy little kitchen gadget, I would definitely recommend this for yourself and it's also a great stocking stuffer." —R2

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    15. A geometric tray with four interchangeable and stackable pieces that look like they were sourced from a museum. Plus, these gorgeous pieces of art (ART, I tell ya) are perfect for everything from jewelry storage to breakfast in bed.


    Promising review: "These are the perfect plates. Lightweight and very cool design, and are a fun way to bring my favorite recipes (sliced homemade bread, cheese/crackers/grapes spread) to showers and parties. Love." —Sandia

    Get it from Amazon for $8.97.

    16. A bamboo laptop tray because working from home *should* mean working from bed. This adjustable quasi-desk makes it easy to answer those emails without having to compromise the warmth that is your fluffy comforter.

    Sarah Han / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I love this laptop desk. I work from home three days a week and now that it’s winter, I like to stay in bed when working to keep warm. Using this laptop desk helps out a lot because I can use my mouse when working." —Carly

    Get a similar one from Amazon for $46.99.

    17. Adhesive cable clips to help keep your home office clutter-free. These will prevent alllllll of your cords from tangling with one another, eventually becoming a spider web mess that you'll never be able to fix. Emphasis on the never.


    Promising review: "This is one of those items you purchase on a whim and then wonder how you ever survived without them. I've used them throughout the house to minimize cord clutter and keep cords in place." —Renee

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $5.97.

    18. A lint remover capable of picking up every speck of dust, dirt, and pet hair plastered onto your furniture. Bliss = being able to sit on your couch with peace of mind knowing you won't be entirely covered in fur.,

    Promising review: "Where has this been all my crazy cat-loving life? Sticky rollers work fine for clothes but this is the only product that has ever COMPLETELY removed all the cat hair from my bed. I have a long-haired 20-lb tabby and if you run your hands up his back a few times and fling the hair everywhere, it looks like it's snowing – he never stops shedding no matter what I do. After using this, I can put on a black dress and roll around on my bed and not get a single hair on me. It's absolutely amazing. Everyone is getting one for Christmas, even if they don't have a pet. I don't care, it's THAT good." —Stephanie

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95.

    19. Miracle-Gro food spikes you'll appreciate if you love plants, but a) weren't blessed with the advantage of a green thumb, and b) laziness is one of your defining features. These slowly release micronutrients into soil for up to two months, thus allowing indoor plants to thrive.

    Promising review: "I swear by these plant food spikes!!! The package says they are for indoor plants, but I actually use them for all of my outdoor plants, especially my herbs. I first tried these after planting some basil and other herbs that seemed to be taking an eternity to grow. I went to a local home improvement store and searched the garden center for plant food, but many of them were priced much higher than I was willing to spend until I found these spikes. I figured I'd give them a try since they were so inexpensive and wow! Within just a few days, my plants had grown more than double what they had grown in the previous several weeks. One of my friends (who also enjoys gardening) came over to my house and was in awe of how big and healthy all of my herbs were. When I told her about these spikes, she went straight from my house to purchase some and had the exact same growth results." —GatorDO17

    Get a pack of 48 from Amazon for $6.77.

    20. Affresh dishwasher cleaning tablets because HOW can you get clean, glistening dishes if the dishwasher itself is *gag* covered in grime? Answer: You can't. These babies are here to help.

    Promising review: "Works extremely well. We haven't done any cleaning on our dishwasher in five years, and the sliding dish trays were tough to pull out or push in, there was detergent build-up all over the inside, and there was a milky film on all our cups. I bought Affresh, ran the dishwasher with two tablets while it was empty, and the difference was astounding. There was still some build-up and I figured it would require another cycle, so I popped another two tablets in, ran the machine a second time, and now it looks and sounds brand new. No more film on the glasses, no more dirty dishes from clogged sprayers, no more odors." —Martoune

    Price: $3.89 (for a pack of six)

    21. A calligraphy guide book for anyone looking to improve their penmanship *or* eventually create their own Etsy shop. These easy-to-follow instructions will turn your doodles and scribbles into a work of legible art.


    Promising review: "I LOVE this book!! I’ve wanted to improve my penmanship and learn modern calligraphy and lettering for a looooong time. I thought I’d give this book a try and I’m so confident in my lettering now. I’m excited to create my own projects and show off my new skills." —KHenderson

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    22. A splurge-worthy Hurom slow juicer to make a delicious drink from the comfort of your kitchen. Yes, it's expensive — but if you're apt to buying cold-pressed juices (which can cost upwards of $10 in NYC), than this device is absolutely worth it.

    Yi Yang / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "TL;DR: If you buy more than a couple of juices a week, getting a personal slow juicer is 100% worth the money. The one I have is around $300, which sounds pretty steep, but honestly, it pays for itself within a couple months. If you think about it, it’s basically 30 $10 juices!" —Yi Yang

    Promising review: "This is perfect if you are looking for a quality juicer that is simple to clean and have limited counter space. I live in an LA apartment and use this five days a week mostly for celery and carrot juice. Easy to clean compared to most juicers and it comes with all the necessary cleaning tools." —Nichole B.

    Get it from Amazon for $299 (available in three colors).

    To learn more, check out "9 Game-Changing Products That'll Seriously Upgrade Your Home".

    23. An ingenious scrap collector with a wire rim that easily attaches to the edge of your countertop. Consider post-cooking clean-up a true breeze — simply scrape those potato peels and random morsels of rice right into this silicone bin.


    Promising review: "I am one of the messiest cooks in the world. When I get done, I usually have scraps around my feet where I have knocked bits of veggies off the counter. I've looked for a long time for something to take care of the problem, but everything seemed like overkill. This container is perfect. It's just the right size. I attach it in front of my belly, and all the stuff that usually hits the floor, goes in the container. Plus, I can wipe the counter into it, empty it in the trash, and pop it in the dishwasher." —Patricia Logos

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    24. A FlexiSnake millipede not meant for the faint of heart. Use this to easily de-clog every drain in your home, but prepare for the horror you'll experience as you dig up about one million pounds of hair and built-up gunk.


    This FlexiSnake is great for sinks and showers in which the water takes forever to go down, plus it's reusable — just clean with hot water and soap after each use.

    Promising review: "I tried every drain cleaner known to mankind in an attempt to clear my bathtub's drain and nothing worked. Seriously dudes, NOTHING worked. After reading the reviews on this I figured what the heck, let's give it a try. I wore elbow-length rubber gloves and a medical face mask; I was ready for battle (I highly recommend you do this as well because the splash-back is REAL and it smells of demon butt). After shoving it down the drain just once the most god-awful-looking sea monster of a stinky hair clump came out. I did it about a dozen more times until no more hair monsters came up. I turned on the faucet and that sound of water finally draining through the pipes was like angels singing the Hallelujah choir. That pipe is CLEAR, my dudes! I can finally take showers again without feeling like I'm standing in a goopy stank pond!" —Kayla Cooper

    Get it from Amazon for $5.28.

    25. A finishing powder to actively blur pores and stop greasy t-zones in their tracks for a dewy finish that's not *too* dewy. And unlike most setting powders, this mattifying formula won't settle into your pores for that dreadful chalky effect.


    Promising review: "Unlike the powder packaging that’s been around since the first BareMinerals infomercial (swirl, tap, tap) there’s a lip on the jar so you won’t lose powder, and there’s a mesh screen between you and the product so that your brush doesn’t get overloaded. Truly genius. The second thing I noticed was audibly saying WOW when I swiped it on. No grease, no residue, no…nothing? It was like someone took a little face-sized dust buster and took away my oil but left behind smooth, matte skin that didn’t look like it belonged in Downton Abbey."—Augusta Falletta

    Get it from Glossier for $22 (available in five shades).

    To learn more, check out "8 Life-Changing Beauty Products You Need To Try ASAP."

    26. A Bliss jelly peel exfoliator because we all deserve skin softer than a baby's butt — and this delivers. Papaya and pineapple enzymes lift away dead, flaky skin to reveal a smooth canvas that allows the rest of your products to seep in more thoroughly. And the best part? It isn't irritating.

    Sarah Han / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "This stuff is great! You can actually feel the dead skin it pulls up, which is kinda gross but 100% awesome! I have super sensitive skin so I was worried that I would react badly to this peel, but it’s so gentle. I only use it two times a week max but it always makes me look like I’m glowing when I get out of the shower." —Jackie H 93

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    To learn more, check out "7 Amazing Beauty Products I Basically Can't Live Without" (#7).

    27. 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.


    Get it from Food52 for $45 (available in three colors).

    28. A genius Invisibobble that will keep your mane out of your face but won't cause any dents, meaning you’ll be able to take your hair out of your pony and the 45 minutes you spent with a hot tool won't have gone to waste.

    Sarah Han / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I am a hairdresser and I feel like this should be explained better. This is not made to hold your ponytail while you go for a jog. It is strong enough that you could use it to secure a braid. The beauty of this product is that the coils prevent your hair from getting a band mark. Want your hair to have lots of volume in the morning with no bed head? Gather your hair onto the top of your head and loosely secure it. In the morning, take out the Invisibobble and voila!" —Annadj

    Get a pack of three from Amazon for $7.88 (available in four colors).

    Read one BuzzFeeder's take on the Invisibobble (#1).

    29. Bottle Bright cleaning tablets to quickly remove all that funky, gross, probably-starting-to-smell build-up in your favorite water bottle. These are biodegradable, chlorine-free, and require absolutely NO effort or scrubbing.

    Promising review: "I seriously can't believe how well these little tablets work. I had the most disgusting HydroFlask coffee mug and I tried everything, but there was still a seemingly impenetrable layer of black sludge inside. It grossed me out so much that I bought ANOTHER HydroFlask to replace it. Now eventually they both got black inside, so I tried these little magic tablets. I let a tablet sit in each of my mugs for an hour or two, and the black sludge rinsed out COMPLETELY without any scrubbing necessary. They look brand new and there was no weird smell or taste afterward, either. Absolute magic!" —Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of 12 tablets from Amazon for $8.

    30. A 3-in-1 OXO avocado slicer that can pit, split, and slice avocados like there's no tomorrow. I guess you can say that this time-saving tool truly ~guacs~ at turning your avocado toast breakfast dreams into a reality.,

    Promising review: "This product is life-changing for avocado eaters. Borrowed my brothers one day and immediately ordered my own. Even if you only eat avocados once a month, this is a must-have. I am totally against single use products, but this is different! And the piece on this that takes the pit out is amazing." —Emily Stivers

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    31. Food grade mineral oil, because your trusty cutting board could truly use a little (or a lot of) TLC. This odorless formula helps restore and protect wood and bamboo surfaces, plus gives it a good deep clean.


    This oil is also great for butcher blocks, countertops, knives, and more!

    Promising review: "My husband is a professional sous chef and he was absolutely AMAZED with the end result. As many may be able to imagine, our cutting boards are used heavily and frequently. One treatment and the wood grain popped and, aside from visible blade strikes from years of use, our cutting block roared back to a deep and rich-looking wood." —Vanessa Graziano

    Get it from Amazon for $11.29.

    32. A dishwasher-safe handheld scraper that will get all the burnt-up food crisps permanently off your very expensive cookware set. (This handy gadget is also great at removing gum and stickers, because we love a product that boasts versatility.)

    Promising review: "I have been told I cackle madly when using these. Where there used to be frustration and curse words there is now glee and sweet satisfaction. Scraping pans, tins, and tray sheets has become a peach since I bought these. Originally bought for my cast irons but the other cookware wanted in on that non-scratch, sweet sweet scrape action." —Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $7.93.

    33. A monthly subscription to give yourself the gift of quality me-time: Each planner is themed by month and has designated spots for guided bullet journaling, weekly planning, taking notes, and habit tracking. / Via @silkandsonder

    Get it from Silk + Sonder for $19.95/per month.

    34. A Philips alarm clock that mimics natural light and gradually brightens over 30 minutes, meaning you'll feel as if you're waking up with the sunrise and your own internal clock as opposed to the jarring noise of a typical alarm.

    Natalie Brown / BuzzFeed

    This clock has 20 brightness settings, three ~calming~ wake-up sounds, an FM radio, and can be used as a bedside reading lamp. It's even got a two-year warranty through Philips!

    Promising review: "I can safely say I now wake up prior to any noise of any alarm, even the sunrise alarm. The ambient light slowly wakes me up even on nights where I get little to no sleep. It has literally changed the way I wake up and on days I would feel utterly disgusting, I now feel slightly better. This is not a product that will replace your cup of coffee. This has simply been something that wakes me up more gently than anything I have used before. I read reviews about the clunkiness of the controls but honestly, its very easy to use. Plug it in, set the alarm and go to sleep. I have my sunrise alarm next to me and have learned where the buttons are and have not had any issues. I am a light sleeper so this works well for me. Give it a shot and see the light!" —Spencer Cheung

    Get it from Amazon for $89.90.

    To learn more, check out "12 Life-Changing Things To Try In July".

    35. A bedside caddy because your nightstand is slightly too far, it's a mess containing coffee mugs and random scraps of paper, and you have no idea where the remote is. This convenient storage solution ensures that your nighttime essentials are actually within arm's reach.


    This organizer is designed with six pockets, meaning you can store everything from an iPad and cell phone to glasses and hand cream.

    Promising review: "Used this to help keep my bedside table clear of the random stuff that kept creeping onto it. Works well, everything has its place now, and the cat can’t just knock it if off into the floor which is definitely a bonus." –Latiger

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    36. A toothpaste holder 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.)

    There have been mornings when I think I've run out of the toothpaste and then am forced to have bad breath BUT! There is always some toothpaste left — you just have to squeeze it out.

    Promising review: "This device is ingenious! Wished I’d known this product exist sooner. I use Arm & Hammer toothpaste which still comes in the standard small cap so having it prompt up behind the bathroom cabinet was impossible. Now, problem solved. It’s a small invention that made a positive impact. I thank the person who thought of it." —Jl33NYC

    Get it from Amazon for $5.39.

    37. Microfiber cloths ideal for phone, jewelry, camera lenses, smartphones, tablets, TV screens, and the list truly goes on and on. Take a moment to imagine it: A world in which your glasses aren't covered in fingerprint smudges.

    Promising review: "MAGIC! This cloth is amazing! We have tried all sorts of cleaners and they made our TV so much worse. Then, while searching Amazon to find yet another 'good' cleaner, I came upon these. It says no cleaner necessary, and they're right! It was that instant gratification you get when you buff the wax off your car. I will be giving these as Christmas gifts for sure!" —Lane

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $8.99.

    Me @ the annoying lasagna remnants that have been stuck in my microwave:


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