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    22 Products That'll Inspire You To Marie Kondo The Hell Out Of Your Entire Home

    Hello, 911? My home is engulfed in a joyfire.

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    1. A paper shredder so you can finally get rid of your old bank statements — but not before thanking them for teaching you that you have "insufficient funds."

    Promising review: "Great deal on a cross-cut general-purpose shredder. In this day and age, there is no excuse for not making sure your personal information is secure. No paper/junk mail/etc. goes in my trash without going through this shredder first." —J. T. Turner

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99.

    2. A 10-piece set of shoe stackers, because if you're anything like Mario, Tidying Up's resident status-sneaker hoarder, you might as well invest in a space-saving storage system to display them.

    Promising review: "There’s nothing worse than walking in and seeing the floor of your closet littered with shoes .... and they’re all my husband's. He has a built-in shoe rack at the back of the closet but it doesn’t hold many pairs of shoes. There’s no place for any kind of shoe shelf so this was my only option. I purchased this while my husband was on a trip so I suspected he'd be bothered by not being able to toss his shoes all over. I’m surprised at how compliant he’s become. I don’t think I’ve seen one shoe out of place in over a week. Certainly makes it easy to choose a pair of shoes at a glance." —WamQQk

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95.

    3. And a 12-pair shoe organization system that follows one of Kondo's golden rules: Every item is immediately visible to the eye.

    Get it from The Container Store for $39.99.

    4. A shirt-folding board if you thought her lessons on proper folding techniques seemed...well, easier in theory than in practice.

    Promising review: "My husband cannot stop folding T-shirts! He looks forward to doing laundry now. It's a great product and so easy to store and use!"—Krista

    Get it from Amazon for $22.99.

    5. A puzzle roll-up mat for an easy way to transport and store your finished work without completely destroying it. (A finished puzzle might spark joy, but getting that space back sparks more.)

    Promising review: "I live in a small place with two rowdy dogs and a baby, but I LOVE to do puzzles. In the past I would do puzzles in a poster board and store it in an extra room, but sometimes the puzzle broke apart and I'd lose pieces and storing it flat out took up so much room, so this was a must-have! Now, I just set up a card table in my living room and do my puzzles on this mat when I feel like it and when I'm tired of puzzling it out I just roll it up out of the way and tuck it into the corner of a closet, put away the card table and, boom, I have all of my precious living room space back with no fear of it getting messed up! This mat also allows me to take as long as I want to complete a puzzle, because some days you just feel like doing something different, you know?" —hannah

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    6. An 18-bottle spice organizer with pull-out drawers that, if you want to get real creative, makes for a great makeup organizer as well.

    Promising review: "As a spice hoarder, this spice organizer is a total dream. I had 33 spices (two bottles of cloves, who needs that?), and so I was able to get almost my entire spice collection into this organizer. The labels were great, and covered almost all of my spices. Most of my jars were the square Simply Organic style and I found that they fit in all of the shelves for the 30-jar organizer. My favorite part is that it came fully assembled! Having just put together a spice mix for a pulled pork recipe, I have to say this has saved me time searching bottle tops and moving jars from most used to least used. Now they are alphabetized and so easy to access. 10/10 highly recommend." —Sue Sunday

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

    7. A cutlery tray with a built-in knife block and enough compartments to take Kondo's advice and sort utensils by size.

    Promising review: "This is a really sturdy, nice organizer. I liked that I could take my knives out of my knife block on my counter and put them in it. I threw my knife block away and now have one less thing on my kitchen counter. This adjusts very easily and fits a lot of silverware. Good quality and a good buy." —LS

    Get it from Amazon for $28.99.

    8. An affordable linen organizer box if the $89 price tag on Kondo's signature boxes does not spark joy for you.

    Get it from The Container Store for $14.99+ (available in four varieties).

    9. Or, opt for dividers that get the job done just as well.

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $12.99.

    10. A magnetic organization rack, for when you've used up all your shelves but still need a spot for your paper towels or "very nice-smelling American trash brags."

    Promising review: "Awesome. My wife and I have finally stopped fighting about where to leave the paper towel roll. Very strong magnet." —Bruce Cota

    Get it from Amazon for $38.

    11. A two-tier storage shelf that'll teach you to stop cutting corners and use your kitchen corners.

    Promising review: "It looks marvelous in my kitchen, and had that newly decorated look. I was able to store some really tall bottles and canisters of items like coffee, bottles of vinegar, and smaller items as well. Cleared up one counter completely and left my other counter free and clear to prepare food, which was a problem finding space before in a small apartment. Highly recommend for the perfect added touch and convenience. It was also pretty easy to put together." —OstkUser27118677

    Get it from Amazon for $23.19.

    12. A narrow, four-tier cart to roll into the crack between your washer and wall and give you somewhere to organize all your laundry supplies.

    Get it from The Container Store for $29.99.

    13. A set of refrigerator bins so you're always aware of your supply and don't purchase the same bag of cheese five times by accident.

    Promising review: "Product arrived quickly, well packaged, and came exactly as described. The containers are sturdy, and work great! Before my fridge looked like a mess you'd find on an episode of Hoarders." —hari sharma

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99 (for a six-piece set).

    14. A set of drawer organizers that'll incite an unprecedented feeling of zen every time you reach for a toothbrush in the morning.

    Promising review: "Great little storage devices that make opening a bathroom drawer a relatively clean experience, rather than a messy five-minute adventure just to find the toothpaste. Nice, sturdy, and lightweight. If you need bathroom drawer organization, these are a great way to go." —Haon the Great

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (for a six-piece set).

    15. A set of clothing dividers and labels, if you're trying to graduate summa cum laude from the School of Kondo.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99+ (for 12 dividers and 48 blank labels; available in four font styles).

    16. A wineglass rack that makes use of the space underneath your cabinets while always keeping your precious stemware at arm's reach.

    Promising review: "Love love love these wineglass holders. Exactly what the bar area of the kitchen needed to complete the theme and maximize the space. Easy to install." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $20.99.

    17. A pack of acrylic dividers if you want to get very particular with the organization of clothing on each shelf.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (for a two-pack; also available as a four-pack).

    18. A five-piece set of airtight containers that'll save you time rummaging through baggies to find your dry food.

    Promising review: "This is the second set of OXO Pop containers that I have purchased. I bought the really big set a while ago and was hooked. No longer will my white rice/grains/rolled oats/grits go wormy (I know...yuck); my cat's kibble is stored in a clear container so I can see when it's running low. (FYI: the pet food container is not included in these sets, but is worth the additional purchase.) I love these containers. They are lightweight enough so there's no strain on the wrists, yet heavy enough they don't tip over easily. The lids are easy to clean, and you could apply labels to distinguish between flours and sugars. They are expensive, but I believe you get what you pay for — quality costs extra money. If I need another set in the future, I will buy it." —Judith A Loue

    Get it from Amazon for $47.59 (for a five-piece set).

    19. A pan organizer to put an end to the all-too-familiar "pan avalanche."

    Can be used vertically or horizontally.

    Promising review: "This rack is perfect. I put my largest skillet on the bottom and smallest at the top. I did not secure the rack with the screws that came with it so I can easily move it if I rearrange my pots and pans area. Even without securing it to the cabinet, it works perfectly and doesn't shift when I remove a pan. I also appreciate the color: Others I have seen are shiny silver, which I did not want. I will be buying another one of these for our cabin. I have already recommended this rack to friends." —CustomerO

    Get it from Amazon for $16.87.

    20. An expandable shelf that you can put in your cabinets or on your kitchen counter to make use of vertical space.

    Get it from Amazon for $14.87

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

    Promising review: "My medicine cabinet looks so neat with these organizers! The quality of plastic is good; the compartment size is convenient. I bought a few different sizes and found use for all of them. Highly recommended." —ZK

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in four styles/sizes).

    22. And a diffuser for any room in your home, because — take it from Kondo! — a light incense can go a long way.,

    Promising review: "I got this little guy because my office has no windows and it's a miserable dark hole. I was genuinely getting nosebleeds from the overly dry stale air. This diffuser has truly helped me feel less like I'm dying throughout the day. The air feels fresher and healthier. I combine it with eucalyptus oil, which eliminates odors and helps me feel refreshed. Perfect size for a small office." —Lucy H.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in light brown, gray/black, and white).

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

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