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46 Ways To Make Wearing Clothes So Much Better

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1. Freshcloz Garment Deodorizer, to dry-clean your clothes at home.

2. Box Legend Clothes Folder, to have the most perfectly folded clothes the world has ever seen.

3. Greenco 3 Tier Over the Door Drying Rack, to dry out all those clothes you can't throw in the dryer.

4. Barbasol Shaving Cream, to get makeup off your collar.

5. Betty Dain makeup and hair protector hood, so you can avoid getting makeup on your collar to begin with.

6. Thread Stax, to keep your folded clothes organized.

7. Hollywood Deodorant Removing Sponges, for when your deodorant decides to leave its mark on your clothes.

8. Amodex, to get the really tough stains out.

9. Rit Dye, to get your darks back to their original hue.

10. Swash Express Clothing Care System, to refresh, steam, and preserve your clothes at home in about 10 minutes.

11. Leather Shines, to keep your leather pieces looking brand new.

12. 20 Mule Team Natural Laundry Booster & Multi-Purpose Cleaner, to give your detergent a little help.

13. AmazonBasics Velvet Suit Hangers, to create more space in your closet.

14. DecoBros Supreme Commercial Grade Clothing Rack, because your closet will never be big enough.

15. Kiwi Express Shoe Shine Sponge, to brighten up your dress shoes on the go.

16. Conair Fabric Defuzzer, to get rid of any lint or fuzz balls on your clothes.

17. ZipMeUp, so you can zip up without anyone's help.

18. Singer Magic Steam Press, to get your clothes seriously wrinkle free.

19. Kleinert's Disposable Underarm Shields, so you don't even have to think about pit stains.

20. Unshrinkit, to get your clothes back to their original size.

21. More of Me to Love Button Pant Extender, to give you that extra inch.

22. Ecover Stain Remover, to prepare your stains before you throw them in the washing machine.

23. Kloud City Bee Style Drawer Divider, to finally organize that giant heap of socks.

24. Woolite At Home Dry Cleaner, to get your hand-washables and dry clean–only clothing clean at home.

25. Dritz Snag Nab-It Tool, to fix all the snags in your favorite knit pieces.

26. Household Essentials Fresh Cedar Rings, to protect your clothes from pests, mildew, and mustiness.

27. Dr Scholl's Moleskin, for when your underwire is an overwire.

28. Flash Tape, to secure your sometimes-too-revealing clothes.

29. DoHope Elastic Back Bra Band Extender, to give you a little wiggle room when your bra is being a tight-ass.

30. Shout Wipes, to get those pesky stains that happen right when you don't have time to deal with them.

31. PurSteam Fabric Steamer, for a handheld clothes steamer that'll get your clothes wrinkle free in minutes.

32. Chick Magnet, so you don't accidentally have a Marilyn moment.

33. Dryel 3-in-1 Touch-Up Spray, to release the wrinkles on all your clothes.

34. M Essentials Zip Care Liquid Zipper Cleaner and Lubricant, to deal with a zipper that's not doing its job.

35. Diamond Laundry Mesh Laundry Bags, to wash your unmentionables in a delicate manner.

36. Biokleen, to get the stink out without actually washing your clothes.

37. Twist Ties, to secure a loose or missing button.

38. Static Schmatic, to prevent any static cling.

39. i-Gruv Wool Dryer Balls, to replace your dryer sheets and get less wrinkles with every load.

40. Beacon Fabri-Tac Permanent Adhesive, to help repair your holey clothes without one stitch.

41. Dritz Fray Check, to prevent fraying on your favorite pieces.

42. Gleener Ultimate Fuzz Remover, to clean up all your sweater's fuzz.

43. Razor Clips Bra Strap Clips, to help conceal your bra straps and control your cleavage.

44. Thermoweb Heat'n'Bond Iron-On Adhesive, to hem your pants without actually doing any sewing.

45. Aleene's Fabric Tacky Pack, a variety of fabric glues to always have on hand.

46. Spanx, to smooth out any lumps and bumps.

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