27 Useful Things From Walmart For The Sloppiest Person You Know
We're all too old now for this hot mess nonsense.
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A set of
nonstick oven liners — since the reason your smoke alarm is always going off is because of the caked-on mess living at the bottom of your oven.
Promising review: "I use these liners all the time. You never have to worry about something running over in your oven and then you have a big mess. If something runs over you take your liner out rinse it and put it back in. You always have a nice clean oven. A great invention." — Perky78
A pack of pre-moistened
eye-makeup correcting swabs to help fix those little mistakes you can't ever seem to avoid during your beauty routine.
Promising review: "These just make it so much easier to apply makeup and remove it when it gets in the places it shouldn't be." — Ellen
Price: $5.34 for 50 pre-moistened swabs
A set of
drawer storage boxes that'll make the dig for your underwear or socks each morning a little less traumatic.
Promising review: "Fit the space I needed it for perfectly. The cardboard inserts to make the bottoms stable were a little hard to insert, but once I got them in there, it did that job." — GrandmaKellybug
Price: $15.99 for a set of four
organizer hanger, because it's about time you gave all your tank tops a home that isn't in the giant pile of clothes you have on that chair in the corner.
Hangers are made of rust-resistant steel and can hold eight tank tops and six pairs of leggings.
Price: $13.99 for a set of two
car organizer with adjustable compartments, five pockets, and Velcro handles — you're not a 16-year-old driving a Jetta around anymore, or maybe you are. But either way, it's not acceptable to have your car looking like a dumpster.
Promising review: "Excellent quality foldable storage organizer. It has Velcro-attached dividers and good handles. We sized it down (which is very easy to do) to accommodate our smaller hatchback. It does a good job keeping things together and it's easy to utilize, I purchased a second for our pickup truck since we liked it so much. Helped us get organized! Excellent value for the money." — RoyBoy11
A pack of
bra clips and straps, because do your bra straps hang low? Do they wobble to and fro? Can you tie them in a knot, can you tie them in bow? Well, then you need these.
Price: $7.99 for three clips and three straps
A pair of
no-tie shoelaces so you can stop all those random gravity checks.
Promising review: "These are the best thing since sliced bread! So easy to do. Just attach to your shoes by inserting one side into the eyelet and pull and pull the other side goes through. THE BOMB!" — RICK
Price: $7.99 (available in 26 colors)
secure food storage container with a convenient little handle so you can stop making a mess when you're trying to dispense literally anything that comes in a bag.
A pack of
Wine Wipes specifically created to destroy the receipts from last night's "glass" of wine.
Price: $8.75 for a compact of 15 wipes
A pack of
reusable nonstick burner covers that'll make cleaning your stove top so freakin' easy you might start cleaning it for fun!
They can be easily cut to the correct size for your stove.
Price: $6.27+ for a pack of four (available in beige, black, and silver)
foldable two-pocket hamper so you can hide and separate your dirty-ass laundry (and not just have it in a pile on the floor in your bathroom).
A set of
silicone gap covers to stop all your crumbies from forming a small community in the crevices around your cabinets.
Price: $7.99 for a set of two
A bottle of
Downy Wrinkle Release Spray that'll help you look like you didn't just roll out of bed — also, please tuck in your shirt!
Promising review: "I am now purchasing my second bottle. This is a great product. I am not the type to stand by the dryer to get my shirts out immediately and dryers are rough on some materials so I don't dry some shirts. With this, I just hang up and spray. All those little wrinkles come out and it looks like I ironed everything. Which, I use to. It also helps with materials that do winkle by the end of the day." — curiousvues
And if you wanna get real fancy, a
handheld steamer so you can care for your clothes like a grown-ass adult.
Promising review: "This is my first experience with a garment steamer. I filled it with tap water, on my garment on the back of the shower door, and begin to steam it from the bottom hem up. It worked well and the wrinkles just fell out. It takes about the same amount of time as ironing but is a different method for getting out wrinkles. I was a little surprised that it took so much water and steaming for one small child's dress. It used the majority of the water in the canister for just one garment." — penguinlibrarian
A pack of
Shout Wipes for when you inevitably spill something on your white shirt. Why are you even still trying to wear white shirts?
Promising review: "I can't be without these things. They save me from myself by cleaning up my 'oops!' moments. They work well in a pinch when I'm traveling or just out for a meal. I always keep a few in my office and another one or two in my purse. If you have them around for a year or more and they dry out in the packaging, they can be revived with a little water and they still work to remove stains." — madevals
Price: $10.66 for three boxes of 12
eyeshadow shield so your makeup goes on the top part of your eyes, where it's supposed to — not the bottom.
Promising review: "I definitely could not put makeup on without these. Very useful in terms of catching excess eyeshadow under my eyes. Also helps with putting on eyeliner with a straight line. Awesome product!" — Lene
wired keyboard you can literally wash. Goodbye, piles of crumbs that were calling your keyboard home!!!!
cutting board and strainer, because how many times have you made a darn mess when you were trying to chop literally anything?
A pair of wrinkle-resistant, super-comfy
cotton sheets that'll have you sleeping in the lap of luxury and not in accidentally destroyed linens.
Promising review: "Well like many others stated I was hesitant to purchase a low thread count but sick to death of all the wrinkles that come with high counts. The corners stayed on better than most — the feel is very nice. Bought one set then went back for another and now I'm looking at better color choices online than were at the store." — Bonnie
Price: $19.83+ (available in 27 colors and in sizes twin-king)
A sturdy steel
hair-tool organizer so you can really make the most out of your under-sink space.
Holds round brushes, a blow dryer, curling irons, and flat irons.
A totally amazing
eyeliner stamp that'll give you — yes, even you! — a perfect winged look every time.
A box of
Mr. Clean Magic Erasers so you can finally, FINALLY clean out your microwave!!! (A parade will be held in your honor at a later date.)
Promising review: "I am getting ready to retile my home, so I was looking at how gross my current grout was. I was wondering if I could prevent this from happening to my new floor. I was playing around with methods I read about online — nothing cleaned my grout. I used a Magic Eraser for many other messes in my home so a light bulb went off. OMG! Can I tell you I was amazed at how fast and easy Magic Eraser brought the grout back to its original color (20-year-old grout by the way). I am going to make this my regular cleaning routine with my new floor." — erussell873
Price: $2.67 for a pack of two
wine sippy cup, because pouring some out for the homies, intentional or not, is totally overrated.
A pack of ultra-sanitizing
Purell Wipes to keep you clean and germ-free — I know, what a concept!
Promising review: "These wipes were really useful! I didn't know Purell had these! They stayed moist, are easy to reseal, and came in handy for traveling! (I took them with me on a plane.) They left my hands feeling clean without being sticky." — Sue Ann
Price: $13.30 for six packs of 20 wipes
makeup-brush scrubber, because your brushes really don't need to fall victim to your sloppy ways too.
Price: $7.80 (available in pink and purple)
People are gonna love this new clean you!
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