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1.An affordable bottle of sink cleaner and polish to prove that a seriously effective clean doesn't have to come with a high price tag. Just look at those oh-so-satisfying results!
2.An over-the-door shoe organizer that'll turn the back of any door into a perfect place for everything from shoes to cleaning supplies, while clearing up a lot of cabinet space at the same time.
3.A plant-based stainless steel cleaner for getting rid of all the streaks, smudges, and grubby fingerprints that are keeping your appliances from living out the "stainless" in stainless steel.
4.A pair of charcoal shoe deodorizers if you're tired of sweat stank ruining your favorite shoes. These little packets use bamboo charcoal to absorb odors and moisture for 100% chemical-free freshness.
5.A scratch-free scraper tool because, no matter how hard you try, your standard cleaning rag just can't get into those grime-caked cracks and crevices.
6.Some fizzing Johnny Drops so you can to give your toilet a cleansing spa treatment without all that unnecessary scrubbing. It's basically a bath bomb but for your porcelain throne.
7.Plus a nonscratch cooktop cleaning kit with everything you need to make your always vaguely greasy stove top look as good as the day you moved in (or better).
8.A hard water stain remover that'll take care of the questionable film making your shower glass look permanently foggy. Side effects might include running into your nearly invisible shower door — it'll be that clean.
9.This septic-safe rust stain remover for dissolving seemingly impossible stains brought about by hard water with high iron levels. The gel formula clings to stains, working its magic with no time-consuming scrubbing required.
10.An all-natural scour paste if you're looking to declutter your cleaning supplies and snag one multipurpose product that can remove questionable films, grime, and grease from a wide range of surfaces — tiles, ovens, and baths, oh my!
11.Dishwasher cleaning tablets because the funky smell emanating from your dishwasher has been haunting you since Christmas and these tablets make giving your cleaning machine a deep internal clean as easy as...well...running the dishwasher.
12.A jewelry cleaning pen so you can get all your gems (real or not) to sparkle so bright even your Claire's ring from middle school will turn heads.
13.A pack of bottle-cleaning tablets to remove stubborn stains from the walls of metal tumblers and impossible-to-clean water bottles with NO scrubbing required!
14.A disposable Clorox toilet cleaning kit that packs a ton of cleaning power into disposable sponge heads so you can wash away germs and then forget that *crap* ever happened.
15.A cleanser and polishing powder for obliterating the stubborn stains making your cookware, cooktops, faucets, and sinks look permanently dingy — all with just a little powder, water, and elbow grease.
16.A patented pet hair remover if the amount of adhesive rollers you're going through is getting out of hand. This roller uses bristles, not sticky tape, to catch lint, meaning you can clean and reuse it over and over and over again.
17.A natural carpet deodorizing powder made with a mix of baking soda and borax because there's a mysterious smell lingering in your carpet despite your best efforts. Just sprinkle it around the room, let it sit for 15 minutes, and then vacuum like normal.
18.A sturdy detail brush so you can retire that old, feeble toothbrush and get at grout and tight corners with an angled silicone scraper and heavy-duty scrubbing bristles for a truly deep clean.
19.A pack of biodegradable foaming drain cleaning tablets to take care of all the out-of-sight grime clogging (and stinking) up your garbage disposal.
20.A dryer vent cleaning kit that attaches to your vacuum to suck lint and other debris (aka major fire hazards) from the narrowest of crevices.
21.A carpet stain remover for lifting those scary stains that make you question if it's time to bring in the professionals. With this around you can get the job done yourself. And the best part? No rinsing or vacuuming required!
22.A stainless steel cleaner kit if your iron just isn't ironing like it used to from years of hard water, starch, and synthetic fiber buildup. This nontoxic cleaner will get your soleplate sparkling like new, and keep your iron kickin' around for a lot longer.
23.A jetted bathtub cleaner because have you ever thought about the gross grime hiding in your Jacuzzi jets? Now that you've been cursed with that thought, you're probably going to want to give your tub a rinse. Just fill it with water, pour the cleaner in, run your jets, and let the "yuck" seep out.
24.A cheeky bottle of non-toxic Wipe My Glass window cleaner so you can get crystal clear, streak-free glass that leaves behind a delightful "oh yeah, I cleaned" scent.
25.A water-based alkaline wood cleaner to wipe away all those built-up oils, dried spills, and films without leaving behind a sticky residue that's just going to attract dust and have you back and cleaning again next week.
26.A powerful all-purpose cleaner concentrate that can be used to clean floors, clothes, cars, tubs, sinks — you name it! Just follow the included instructions and dilute with water accordingly. One bottle = endless possibilities = no more wasting money on ineffective cleaners.
27.A microfiber window blind cleaner with three blades so you can clean the tops and bottoms of two blinds at once, which seems a lot more effective than the current strategy of quickly running a regular feather duster against the blinds and calling it a day.
28.A deodorizing carpet cleaning solution to return your floors and rugs to their original color without any toxic chemicals. It's any of the water-based carpet cleaning machines and steam cleaners you already own.
Make big plans for next weekend, because cleaning is no longer on the to-do list: