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    59 Of The Best Home Products Under $20 You Can Get On Amazon

    The best Andrew Jackson you'll spend this year.

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    1. A rapid egg cooker, which prepares six eggs in any manner your heart desires — hard-, medium-, and soft-boiled eggs, two poached eggs, scrambled eggs, you name it.

    the egg cooker, surrounded by deviled eggs on a plate

    2. A floating shelf — with an emphasis on the "floating" — that actually conceals every trace of hardware to create the illusion of levitating books.

    3. A surge protector with six pivoting outlets to enable your gadget-hoarding tendencies.

    product image of surge protector with two plugs plugged in

    4. A "drain millipede" that'll dig up all the hair and gunk clogging your drains on the first go.

    5. A miraculous "Easy-Off" oven cleaner if you think it's maybe time to tend to the epic disaster inside.

    6. A set of whimsical cactus hooks that are anything but dry.

    cactus hooks on wall, bag hanging on right hook

    7. Or, a set of minimalist natural-wood hooks to hang things your way.

    wood hooks on wall

    8. A special organization system for your keys (and mail) if you've vowed to stop getting locked out of your apartment all the time in the new year.

    organizer with envelopes inside and keys hanging off hooks

    9. A pack of dishwasher cleaning tablets that'll clean better than bleach.

    model putting cleaning tablet in dishwasher

    10. A premium pair of aerators to give that cheap-o vino of yours one hell of a boost.

    person pouring wine into glass using aerator

    11. A carpet spot remover that is sort of beyond belief — so I'll just let you admire these wild before-and-after shots.

    12. A storage system for stacking your pans if you're tired of an avalanche every time you open up your cupboards.

    pans stacked in storage system

    13. A textured ombre shower curtain with rust-resistant rings so the only fading details are intentional.

    gray ombre shower curtain in front of shower

    14. A set of Miracle-Gro spikes that'll feed your plants all of the nutrients they need to stay happy and healthy (even when you're status is OOO).

    reviewer photo of their plant before looking droopy, then their revived plant 1 hours later
    reviewer photo of them holding a plant food spike in front its package

    Promising review: "I have several houseplants that had stopped flowering, so I put a few of these spikes in the pot (there are directions on the back of package for quantity), and approximately a month after using these spikes, my peace lily had three flowers on it, and my African violets plants all got several blooms on them! This worked wonders for my plants that don't flower also! I noticed that my ivy and cactus plants started growing faster, and they became more green and healthy looking. I am very happy with this product, and I will buy it again." —Elizabeth

    Price: $3.12+ (available in packs of 12 and 48)

    15. A fast-acting mold and mildew remover gel to give your tiles, grout, sealant, bath, sinks, and shower that brand-new sparkle.

    16. A wooden phone dock for a classy upgrade to your desk setup at work.

    iPhone in phone dock on desk with coffee cup and person working

    17. A set of Bear Paws — the meat shredders that will forever change your Taco Tuesdays and summer BBQs from here on out.

    Promising review: "The Bear Paws make the task of shredding chicken absolutely amazing! I like to cook up an entire family pack of chicken breasts and then shred them to use for many different dishes throughout the week. These make the task fun and so quick that you're left standing and wondering why you never bought these before. I have only used them on chicken, however, I plan to use them with other meats as well. These are fantastic!" –Crazed One In The Burg

    Price: $12.99+ (available in four colors)

    18. A photo mobile for an off-the-beaten-path way to show off your favorite memories or inspo clippings.

    the mobile with photos attached

    19. A "things to do around the house" pad because there are bound to be days when your list of chores feels unmanageable.

    the notepad with a pen to the left

    20. A mini bamboo brush and dustpan that'll be anything but crummy.

    model hands holding the dustpan

    21. A sleek gorilla-grip shower caddy to hold all your shampoos and soaps and look dang good doing it.

    22. A high-rise organizer for your medicine cabinet because figuring out how to stack on top of these narrow shelves can be a nightmare.

    organizer stacked with bathroom products

    23. A reusable silicone bag that's perfect for storing leftovers or toiletries and cooking directly in a sous vide.

    a sandwich and some apple slices in silicone bags on a cutting board

    24. A pack of reusable stainless-steel straws so you can say, "New year, new sea turtle ally (me)."

    25. A mug warmer to keep your morning coffee nice and toasty (and as far away from lukewarm territory as possible).

    Promising review: "This works amazingly, especially for the price! I have this plugged in at my desk. I set my coffee mug on there and it keeps it warm! I also used it when my coffee was already cold and it was able to heat it back up. It wasn't super fast in heating but only took a few minutes for it to be a good temperature again. This is nice because it works with any mug. The hot plate is very big and could accommodate a large size." –Misty

    Price: $11.99

    26. A house-shaped tissue box that'snot a joke.

    the tissue box next to some books and a plant

    27. A sheet of stick-on sound dampeners so you don't have to worry about waking up your roommates when you find yourself opening and closing cabinets for a midnight snack.

    28. A Spatty that helps you get the last drop out of your cosmetic, grocery, and personal care items.

    model arms using Spatty to put tomato sauce on a pizza

    29. A hanging cotton canvas laundry bag you actually won't mind keeping out.

    laundry bag hanging on a doorknob

    30. A monitor stand with space to store your keyboard, notebooks, or whatever else you need to free up surface area on your desk and create a workspace that soothes, rather than triggers, your anxiety.

    Monitor on black stand with a keyboard, book, and pen stored underneath

    31. A rechargeable electric lighter that requires no flame, making it also windproof and a whole lot easier to use outside.

    32. A stainless steel fish turner with slots that has me finally feeling confident in my seafood-prep abilities. (Not fishing for compliments here.)

    person using fish turner to flip a piece of salmon

    33. A terracotta bear friend you can toss in your brown sugar to keep your supply soft and tasting fresh.

    34. A four-part drawer organizer, because half the battle of getting out the door every morning is finding your other sock.

    organizer full of bras and underwear

    35. A cord wrap for your perpetually knotted-up electronics.

    iPhone cord plugged into laptop, cord wrapped in cord wrap

    36. A skeleton ice cube mold tray, because Halloween can be every day if you want it to be.

    37. A multitool that might honestly serve more functions in life than I do?? (It's a slotted spoon, solid spoon, spatula, turner, and a cutting tool!) I need a moment to process.

    38. A set of vintage-style botanical prints you can frame for a super-affordable and stylish addition to your drab walls.

    the four prints

    39. An adjustable reading clip, the cheaper and just-bright-enough alternative to a floor lamp.

    reading clip clipped to edge of bed

    40. A pack of oven rack shields for anyone who is constantly burning themselves on their rack, whether they're taking protective measures or not.

    person taking dish out of oven with oven rack shields on oven racks

    41. A foldable cutting board so you can dump your sliced veggies right into your pot when you've finished.

    Person using green foldable cutting board to drop mushrooms into a pot

    42. A pack of adhesive light sensors you can attach to your bed (or inside your drawers, if you have a storage frame) for better visibility in the middle of the night.

    collection of images showing the lights in drawers, under the stairs, bathroom, closet

    43. A set of magnetic spice jar dispensers, so you'll never have to ask where the salt went ever again. (Might I suggest checking the side of your fridge?)

    jars on side of fridge

    44. A grill scrubber to remove stubborn grease and grime without breaking a sweat.

    grill scrubber scrubbing grill

    45. A pair of genius pull strings so you'll never be confused about whether the string you're tugging at controls the fan or the light.

    reviewer photo of pull chains (one shaped like light bulb, one shaped like fan) hanging from fan

    46. A bedside caddy to hold your reading materials and prevent piles from accumulating.

    47. An avocado slicer for anyone who is always coming dangerously close to chopping off their fingers while prepping avocados.

    person using slicer to cut into avocado

    48. A pack of bed-sheet suspenders (grippers that keep your linens from slipping off the mattress) that'd leave Larry King utterly shook.

    product image of suspenders pulling the corners of a sheet

    49. A sworn-by Magic Eraser, if the mere thought of cleanup always holds you back from meal-prepping.

    Magic Eraser cleaning the food off a microwave door

    50. A foaming garbage disposal cleaner to get rid of nasty sink smells once and for all.

    reviewer photo of foaming cleaner in garbage disposal on the left and cleaned garbage disposal on the right

    51. And a rolling garlic mincer to make cooking that much easier — no more scrubbing the smell of garlic off your fingers every time you cook.

    person dropping garlic into the GarlicZoom

    52. A clip-on silicone colander that'll revolutionize your strain game. Gone are the days of you accidentally dumping an entire pot of pasta, losing some noodles down the drain, and burning yourself along the way.

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