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    46 Under-$20 Home Products That People Actually Swear By

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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.

    Rapid egg cooker in blue

    2. A natural surface spray that'll work wonders on just about any surface — perfect for anyone who is sick of having to buy a specific solution for every imaginable part of their home.

    Surface cleaner being sprayed onto stainless steel countertops

    3. A "disgustingly effective" set of sticky-stake insect traps to prevent leaf damage and reproductive issues stemming from pesky gnats, thrips, and fruit flies.

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

    5. A set of cotton waffle wash cloths for a quick-drying and stylish solution to your grooming needs.

    Stack of waffle fabric towels

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

    Surge protector with six outlets on wall

    7. A set of minimalist natural wood hooks to hang things your way.

    Four natural wood hooks on wall

    8. An underwear and sock divider insert because there's nothing more luxurious than meticulously folding and organizing the (neglected) supporting players of your wardrobe.

    Underwear and socks rolled up in storage insert

    9. A soap dish that'll drain directly into the sink so you don't have to deal with the infamous Sink Puddle.

    Soap dish on ledge of sink

    10. An over-the-door shoe organizer if your collection of kicks is growing by the second and now spilling out into communal living areas.

    Over-the-door shoe organizer

    11. 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.

    Mail in wall organization system, keys dangling on hooks

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

    Wine being poured into glass with aerator

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

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

    Pans stacked in organization system

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

    Textured ombre shower curtain

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

    Wooden phone dock on table

    17. A set of loop hangers that'll tidily organize your scarves, belts, ties, or even leggings.

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

    Photo mobile with clippings hanging

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

    "Things To Do Around The House" checklist notepad

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

    Mini bamboo brush and dustpan in hand

    21. A flexible shower caddy to hold all your shampoos and soaps and look dang good doing it.

    Gray shower caddy with shampoos and loofah

    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.

    High-rise organizer inside of a medicine cabinet

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

    Silicone bag containing leftover sandwich

    24. A set of silicone straws (with a cleaning brush) so you can stylishly help save the turtles.

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

    House-shaped white tissue box cover

    26. A geometric bookend you'll want to decorate with dried flowers and photos.

    Geometric bookends in black and white

    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.

    Spatty being used to apply tomato sauce to pizza crust

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

    Canvas laundry bag hanging on door knob

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

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

    Stainless steel fish turner turning a piece of salmon

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

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

    Wrap attached to phone cord

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

    35. 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.

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

    Set of four vintage botanical prints

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

    Adjustable reading clip attached to desk surface

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

    Foldable cutting board being used to transfer mushrooms into pot

    39. 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.

    Adhesive light sensors being placed in drawer, closet, stairway, and book shelf

    40. 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?)

    Magnetic spice jars attached to refrigerator

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

    Grill scrubber in hand being used on grill

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

    Avocado slicer slicing into avocado

    43. An over-the-door towel rack that'll give you some much-needed storage space without being an eyesore.

    Three-tiered over-the-door towel rack

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

    Bed-sheet suspenders holding yellow sheets onto mattress

    45. An off-the-beaten-path plant that might as well be from another planet — like the Bowiea volubilis (Climbing Onion). It's all about the climb.

    Bowiea Volubilis climbing onion planet

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

    Hand wiping tomato sauce off of microwave

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