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    26 Of The Best Kitchen Products Under $10 You Can Get On Amazon

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


    Promising review: "Basically the best cleaning tool ever. Walls, counters, sinks, toys, you name it, I've used a Magic Eraser on it. We have a light-color sink basin in the kitchen and I use these once a week to keep it sparkling white. I used to have to use heavy-duty cleaner but just a quick wipe down with the Magic Eraser and it's good as new!" β€”seven4eleven

    Price: $4.69 (for a four-pack)

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    2. Cleaning tablets to pop into your travel mug while you're getting ready so it'll be squeaky clean by the time you need to head out the door. (Because you know the struggle of opening your bottle only to find you forgot to clean it out the last time all too well).

    Promising review: "I seriously can't believe how well these little tablets work. I had the most disgusting HydroFlask coffee mug β€” I tried everything. Bottle brush, different kinds of soap, vinegar, EVERYTHING, and 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 even scrubbing. They look brand new. What a magical product. No weird smell or taste afterward, either. I liked it so much I used it on another HydroFlask I use primarily to hold my Bloody Mary mix in the fridge. I couldn't put anything else in it because it would always taste like spicy tomato juice. Bottle Bright to the rescue! No residual smell or taste anymore. AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING." β€”Amazon Customer

    Price: $7.99 (for a pack of 12)

    Get a closer look at these Bottle Bright tablets for some impressive before and afters.

    3. A mini skillet that'll be perfect for individual servings of fried eggs, cookies, or brownies.


    Promising review: "I love these. I use them for individual cast iron skillet cookies. They make a great presentation, and the best thing is I can cheat and use the refrigerated cookies so its a quick on-hand dessert. With a scoop of ice cream, you are a star." β€”Cabinlife

    Price: $4.99

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    4. A microfiber dish-drying mat with a marble design you'll love with every micro-fiber of your being.


    Promising review: "It's super absorbent, dries out well with a brief hanging on a cupboard door, and is not getting that mildew smell that some dish mats can get over time." β€”Sarosassah

    Price: $7.99

    5. A rotary peeler with the choice of three different blade types, perfect for any fruit or vegetable.


    Promising review: "I don't peel often, but when I do, it's with a Joseph Joseph Rotary Peeler, because it's a lean, green peeling machine. This has made peeling so much easier that I now sing opera while I make hashbrowns. I reserve my karaoke impulses for those times I'm slicing off sections of delicious carrots, because there's nothing like a little Bruno Mars whilst making your garden salad." β€”Daisyloohoo.

    Price: $8.19 ($10.24 without handle)

    6. A pack of dip clips β€” that's a tiny bowl for dip that clips onto your plate β€” so you always have some added flavor at the ready.


    Promising review: "These are just wonderful. My daughter loves to have ranch with just about anything, but hates it on her plate touching her food. This is perfect to put your dip or sauce in without having it run all over your plate." β€”Gael Fulcer

    Price: $6.78 (for four)

    7. A Le Creuset egg cup for your very own idyllic Call My By Your Name moment this season.

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    Promising review: "I LOVE THESE! Holds my large eggs perfectly and even holds my XL eggs well too! Keeps them warm and holds them so they don't wobble while you spoon out your egg. The 'Caribbean blue' is lovely, because it is slightly darker at the center. There's enough space for the discarded shell and it won't tip if I am in a hurry. Yes, they can chip (it's ceramic), but they handle my teens (who often don't pay attention) and the dishwasher well. I expect to use these for the rest of my life." β€”The Wendy Lady

    Price: $9.95+ (available in six colors)

    8. A no-mess garlic roller that peels multiple cloves at once without crushing them in the process so you can have terrible breath but feel on top of the world.


    Promising review: "Wow, I love this thing. Finally one of my biggest cooking annoyances β€” peeling garlic cloves β€” has become super fast and easy. In just a couple quick rolls the peel falls off the garlic cloves. Wish I'd bought it years ago!" β€”KP in Portland

    Price: $8.99

    9. A pack of wiener-dog corn holders that'll finally make you understand what a "corn dog" is.


    Promising review: "Adorable corn holders β€” these work great and are a perfect host/hostess gift for the Dachshund lover in your life!" β€”Tizzie

    Price: $5.69 (for eight; also available in pig, cow, beer, and popcorn shapes)

    10. An attachable faucet caddy to say goodbye to the days of leaving your sponge and brush in the sink to accumulate gunk.


    Promising review: "I can't stand suction-cup sponge holders; they are forever falling off into the sink, or tilting over and dropping the sponge into the bottom of the sink (exactly what I am trying to prevent!). This isn't letting your sponge go anywhere. It moves easily so you can clean around it, and no worrying about not getting it suctioned back on perfectly. My sponge dries perfectly in it too; I was worried water would pool in the bottom or the inside would get grimy quickly. I have zero complaints about it. I also love that my little cleaning brushes have their own space in the side." β€”Tina

    Price: $6.49

    11. An avocado slicer that removes pits with one quick twist, so you don't have to worry about "avocado hand."


    Promising review: "What an awesome tool this is! I should have gotten one of these years ago! Living in SoCal, I get avocados from the Farmer's Market all year long and this incredible tool is just fantastic. The 'knife' is plastic, yet sharp and cuts through the skin like butter! Then you flip it on it's side and place the prongs over the pit and push in. The pit comes out and you push from the opposite side and it releases right into the garbage more dangerously stabbing the pit with a sharp knife to lift it out and then struggling to get it off the knife! Then flip the tool over for the third time and slide it from top to bottom for the PERFECT slices! LOVE OXO brand, and LOVE this." β€”MountainNurse,BSN

    Price: $9.99

    12. A terracotta bear that's just very happy (or is that fear on his face? β€” hard to read, tbh) to be tossed in your jar of brown sugar and keep it fresh for up to six months.


    Promising review: "Not only do I use one of these little fellows for my brown sugar, I picked up a tip from someone else. If you take one of these little guys and don't run him under water, but leave him perfectly dry, he will help keep your electronics such as cameras dry in the camera bags during humid months by absorbing the humidity. How perfect is that? A multi-tasking little fellow. Well worth getting multiples of. I'm sure I can find other uses as well." β€”A.B.A.

    Price: $5.30

    13. A set of spice-gripper clips to save tons of room in your cabinets.,

    Promising review: "OMG, I love these things! Such a simple idea; how did I ever live without them? They added a lot more room in my spice cupboard, and they’re great for my OCD(ish) tendencies. They hold all different circumferences of spice bottles. If some spices are too big to place all in the same connected row, you can cut off a tab and separate them. It doesn’t really affect the items on the shelves; you just have to push them back a little (maybe half an inch or so), so the spices have clearance when the door is shut." β€”Bridget D.

    Price: $9.87 (for six strips)

    14. A cleanser polish that'll do a killer job removing rust and tarnish from all your stainless steel (also porcelain, ceramic, and copper alloy) belongings.

    Promising review: "This stuff is like magic! Straight up wizardry. I love it! I initially bought it to clean my sink, which is porcelain and even though it's not even a year old, is just holding on to all the coffee and tea staining. I'd say it took less than a minute after making a paste with Bar Keepers Friend to clean the sink up to a nearly new shine. Taking a look at the can, it's easy to find bunches of ways to use this stuff and each application is better than the last. Stainless steel, porcelain, ceramic, copper, brass, fiberglass, corian, chrome and aluminum. See? Magic!" β€”Nicci Stephenson

    Price: $13.99 (for three)

    15. A meal planner, so you don't have to drain 50% of your energy on a Chopped-style scavenger hunt in your kitchen every time you get home from work.


    Promising review: "As a busy working mom, this is fantastic! I keep an ongoing list of groceries needed on the right side (I modify mine based on what store I am going to) and then what's for dinner on the left side. I have four teenagers and there is always someone who is asking, "What's for dinner?" so this does the trick as now they just need to look at the list! Perfect for the busy family, and LOVE the magnet on the back!" β€”Lauren T.

    Price: $8

    16. A pair of multipurpose kitchen scissors with five different blades for all of your herb-chopping needs to be prepared for any meal prep that comes your way.


    Promising review: "These scissors are the best tool ever! Instead of chopping up my fresh herbs and scraping them into whatever dish I'm making, I just hold the herbs over the dish and clip away. Fast, convenient, no mess, no fuss. In the morning, when I'm preparing a fresh salad to take to work, instead of having to drag out the knife and cutting board I just snip the fresh basil into the salad. If you flip the cover of the scissors around, the slotted side slides out the bits stuck in the scissors. Quick, easy and no waste. Love it!" β€”Amazon Customer

    Price: $9.99

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


    Promising review: "These are the most amazing cutting boards! It is so handy to be able to slice, dice, chop, and then fold it up and pour into a bowl. I love them and have them in three sizes!" β€”C. Whitten

    Price: $8.94 (available in five colors)

    18. A dishwasher-safe cauliflower chopper to make homemade cauliflower rice easier than ever.


    It also works on broccoli!

    Promising review: "If you have problems, like I do (with arthritis in wrists) with strength in hands and wrists, this cauliflower chopper is GREAT! My husband has taken it away and uses it now to do the chopping because it's so much easier! It doesn't take a lot of room in the drawer either!" β€”Rhonnie

    Price: $7.99

    19. A set of classy stainless steel measuring cups so you don't have to play the guessing game again.


    Promising review: "The metal is good quality, no rust even after multiple washes. The cups and spoons have a bit of heft to the hand, but not too much...this isn't an obscenely expensive Williams-Sonoma set, after all. However, they do add a bit more panache than typical el-cheapo K-Mart sets, and certainly made to last longer. If your house is like my house, where guests tend to congregate in the kitchen while dinner is being made, this set not only gives off a good impression, but it performs well also." β€”J. Tant

    Price: $9.97 (for a set of eight)

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


    Promising review: "A must for my kitchen. It has prevented burns that I get constantly on my wrist and arm no matter how careful I am." β€”Beth Devener

    Price: $7.99 (for a three-pack)

    21. A literary-themed cocktail kit if you've been ~scouting~ for a nerdy kitchen book.


    Includes bartender's jigger for measuring liquor, two cocktail stirring sticks, and 48-page recipe book.

    Promising review: "Bought as a gift for a book worm. Everyone enjoys reading when they visit since it is displayed in their bar." β€”Erin Foley

    Price: $8.54.

    22. A pastry mould to make dumplings, pierogis, ravioli, pot stickers β€” the list goes on β€” with, truly, very little skill required.


    Promising review: "This little gadget does the job. I can make a batch of dumplings in no time at all now. It is well made and sturdy, and turns out perfect dumplings every time. I haven't made my own dough as yet but I have been buying the wonton wrappers which are square and cutting the dumpling wrappers out of them. This machine will just fit in the square so you have very little waste. I found that if you cut three or four at a time it works better. I would recommend this to a friend." β€”J. Thompson

    Price: $8.99+ (available in two sizes)

    23. A set of silicone straws (with a cleaning brush) that'll reduce your ecological footprint...stylishly.,

    Promising review: "I originally started out using the stainless steel straws β€” but I lived in this relentless, looming anxiety that I would chip my tooth on the point where I dreaded using my straws. Which defeats the point! I thoroughly enjoy that you can chew on these. πŸ˜‚ Five stars all around, they come with simple baggy to take them for travel, AND a cleaner utensil. They're super low maintenance, because they give you the proper care and cleaning tools. They also donate to the OCEANA campaign effort to save the ocean!" β€”Amy Marquez-Vincent

    Price: $8.95 (for 10)

    24. A produce-saving container, if you know the struggle of consuming fruits before they mold over all too well β€” these things will end up paying for themselves with the quantity of food you preserve.

    Amazon, Natalie Brown

    Promising review: "Oh my gosh, these work! I went on a 10-day trip to visit my mom and left my husband home with asparagus, strawberries, and spinach in the containers. He ate some of all of them, but there was plenty left when I got back and they were in perfect condition! I couldn’t believe it! These will save us a lot of money not throwing away food because we couldn’t get through it fast enough. (We shop at Costco and get large containers of produce.) These are TOTALLY worth getting and I will be getting a few more sizes. Excellent product!!!" β€”Elizabeth Walter

    Price: $4.99+ (available in six sizes and combos)

    Check out our full review of these Rubbermaid produce saver containers.

    25. A pack of silicone sandwich bags to reduce your plastic usage and, potentially, turn you into a frequent work snacker.


    Promising review: "I've been complaining a lot about the amount of plastics bags used in my house, so I decided to buy eight of theses bags, and I'm not going back to the plastic ones. They're easy to clean, to wash, they don't leak, and they save a lot of space in my fridge. I am completely grateful for reusable bags, and I'll definitely buy more soon!" β€”T. A.

    Price: $5.99 (for three)

    26. And a condiment fork for slyly extracting a pickle from your jar when the midnight craving hits.


    Promising review: "This is the best invention ever!!!! I wish I found this sooner! It comes with two sizes of the rubber ring that goes around a small or medium pickle jar. The little fork grabs even the biggest of pickles with ease. It's nice to not have vinegar smelling fingers from pickle diving for those last few precious pickles that are in the bottom of the jar!" β€”Jennifer

    Price: $6.99

    Some reviews in this post have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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