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    20 Things Under $20 From Jet That’ll Make Your Life Easier

    Or, at the very least, you'll have fewer french fries hidden between your carseats.

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    1. A long-lasting TubShroom that'll catch all your hairs — more than you knew were on your body, even — and save you the nightmare of having to snake your drain.


    Promising review: "Can't say enough good things about this product. I have a family of four and would frequently have to snake our shower drain. It appears I won't be having that problem ever again. I even give my dog baths and this collects the hair. It does not seem to slow down the flow of water down the drain significantly. You don't know how much hair you wash down your drain until you use this!" —AaronM

    Price: $12.99

    BTW, the SinkShroom — that's the sink-specific version of this product — might also be a worthy investment.

    2. A set of interlocking organizing bins you can place in your drawers so next time you're in a rush, you don't have to rummage through a mess of half-used lip balms and year-old receipts in order to find a Sharpie.

    Price: $11.21 for an eight-pack

    3. A durable laundry backpack, because not everyone was blessed with an in-unit washer/dryer and those somebodies could probably benefit from a lil' back support on their walk over to the laundromat.


    Promising review: "I love the design of this laundry bag. It will make carrying clothes up and down the steps so much easier. The drawstring top is nice and fabric seems quite durable. The coin purse comes in handy too for all my laundromat quarters. Overall, nice!" —SavyMom

    Price: $16.12

    4. A car seat gap-filler to — once and for all — put an end to reaching for french fries that got away at red lights.


    Or worse: Credit cards.

    The gap-filler works by sliding right over the seat belt catch and covering up that slot between your seat and center console where all your favorite items go to die. It'll fit just about any vehicle.

    Price: $9.88

    5. A slow cooker liner for a painless clean up — the only part of owning a slow cooker (up until now!) that has been anything short of a miracle.


    Promising review: "These Reynolds slow cooker liners are a miracle! They really make clean up a breeze. They seem especially useful when BRINGING your slow cooker somewhere: You don't have to have the host clean up for you and no mess in the car transporting everything back. They can tolerate being on high heat all day, they won't rip, stretch, or break. They won't melt. They are rugged even with spoons scraping against them. When you are done just lift them out of the cooker and throw them away. You should be left with a clean crock pot." —JKT1832

    Price: $4.92 for eight liners

    6. A toothpaste squeezer, which might seem trivial but that's probably because you've never experienced the joy that is wringing out the last few drops of a tube when you thought there was nothing left.


    Price: $5.98

    7. An over-the-cabinet plastic bag holder that'll have the insides of your cabinets looking so much tidier — and less like a recycling bin dumped upside down by a raccoon.


    Promising review: "Perfect for any kitchen. Really, this became a lifesaver for us — always hanging our trash bags on the cabinet was not fun. For the price, this is one of the best things I have ever bought for my kitchen. Good quality too." —tkasparian

    Price: $7.82

    8. A cosmetics organizer with spots for all of your brushes and accessories, so everything is exactly where it needs to be in the morning.


    Price: $12.24

    9. An easy-to-install closet organizer rack for hanging ties, belts, handbags, and all of those items you've just been using your doorknobs to hold in the interim.


    Price: $7.29

    10. A water-resistant holder so you can always have your grooming essentials at arm's reach when you're in the shower.


    Promising review: "Love this! Keeps my razor nearby and accessible, with no dangers of the blade being exposed. Has drainage for water. I keep it next to my other Command Hook shower items (supply caddy and soap dish) at arms length under my shower head. If you like to brush your teeth in the shower, this is perfect for toothbrushes, too." —TinTN

    Price: $3.73

    11. A pack of super effective (and comfy!) ear plugs, because it's 9 a.m. on a weekday, you're trapped in a subway car with an entire summer youth camp program, and you left your headphones at home.


    Promising review: "I live in an apartment above a dance studio and have tried 10 other brands and types of ear plugs. With these, I can leave them in my ears all night long, every night for weeks without any discomfort. Others I have tried are latex and cause irritation — even pain — however, these are longer than most so when you sleep at night there is no air chamber that pushes against the ear drum when you toss and turn in your sleep. No pain, no allergic reaction to latex. Best I have ever used. I can also clean them with a little soap and water and let them dry and they are just like new. I will never buy any other ear plugs for the rest of my life. I would also use them for construction or other industrial use." —NoDanceMan

    Price: $2.98 for a 10-pack

    12. A sling caddy to hold brushes, sponges, and other kitchen items that you might otherwise be inclined to toss in the sink haphazardly.


    Price: $9.99 (available in black, white, and red)

    13. A bag re-sealer, because even when bags from the store claim to be "resealable," they never quite seem to be able to live up to the promise.


    This battery-operated gadget heats up in three seconds and effectively seals your bags back up so they don't collect dust, odor, or, worse, mold.

    Promising review: "Good investment for me. I can now keep things longer and fresher and don't have to come up with inventive ways to save half-used products. For example, my bacon packages — I only use a little at a time but now I can seal the bag after every use with no worries of it going bad." —AMom

    Price: $15.30 for a two-pack

    14. A blinds duster that doubles as a keyboard cleaner, so you can live your best, pollutant-free life while kickin' it around your home.


    Price: $5.99

    15. A magic eraser pad that'll destroy the dirt and grime that other weak cleaning products have consistently failed to pick up.


    Promising review: "I am absolutely sold on this product! I scrubbed and scrubbed and scrubbed on nasty brown stains in the bottom of my shower with every kind of bathroom cleaner I could think of. I even left bleach on it, hoping it would fade. Nothing worked. But when I tried the Magic Eraser I could just wipe it away, easy peasy! I also tried it on the stubborn black scuff marks and dirt spots on the white tile and now the tile looks brand new. No elbow grease required for these!" —Luvs2Shop09

    Price: $5.24 for a four-pack

    And check out our picks for the best kitchen sponges on BuzzFeed Reviews!

    16. A five-section hanging organizer, because it turns out there's a whole lot more room in your closet than you might think when you take advantage of vertical space.


    Promising review: "I've had this for over a year, and it's packed full of clothing. It hasn't begun to fray even a little bit! If this one ever wears out, I will definitely buy it again!" —littlelani

    Price: $5.54

    17. A window fly trap that works tremendously and is just discreet enough so that it doesn't announce to your house guests "why, yes, I do have a fly infestation here."


    Promising review: "We are remodeling our home and have had to leave the door open for days at a time throughout the summer. We live in Oklahoma where the humidity is high and the flies have been abundant. I tried everything I could find to rid our home of the flies and this is the only product that worked. We have trapped hundreds of flies. We would close the doors on Friday afternoons when the contractors left and by Monday morning these traps caught almost all of the flies. Be sure to install the trap as instructed at the bottom of the window on the sill. The flies like to congregate there and fly right into the trap." —Marsha

    Price: $6.30

    18. A ratcheting pineapple slicer because, tbh, the only thing holding you back from eating pineapple with every single meal is the daunting realization that you have no idea how to core the dang thing.


    Promising review: "This amazing gadget will forever change your life. Coring a pineapple will never be the same again! Slice the top of your pineapple, measure the height with the pineapple slicer, place over the top, twist clockwise, pull, and voila!" —Betty C

    Price: $9.99

    19. Sensitive-skin-friendly makeup remover wipes, because you shouldn't have to be damned if you do (take your makeup off), damned if you don't.


    Promising review: "I was looking for a makeup remover of some sort...then came across this! Honestly, I bought it for the look and the "calming" word in its name. And yep! Indeed it was CALMING! The thing I also love about this product is the size of the wipe itself! It is the perfect size for the entire face: I use two corners for eye make-up removal and then the rest covers the rest of my face AND neck!" —Zanius

    Price: $5.98 for a 25-pack

    And check out our picks for the best makeup removers on BuzzFeed Reviews!

    20. And a carry-on cocktail kit, for when a pair of earplugs isn't enough to help you reach your zen place on a very turbulent and chatty flight.


    Price: $15

    When you buy a bunch of under-$20 products from Jet and all the worries bouncing around in your head suddenly evaporate into pure bliss:

    Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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