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    53 Home Products Our Readers Loved In 2019

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    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A fume-free oven cleaner because it's about time you finally rid your oven from all those melted cheese crisps and juicy drips on the bottom that keeps making your smoke alarm beep.

    Promising review: "I'm a little embarrassed to write this review; it's been ~6 years since my last oven cleaning... After seeing the results, I couldn't help but spread the word. Sure, it took some beer, a little John Mayer, and a lot of elbow grease, but I got the job done, thanks to this handy little product. It did require two treatments; however, given the circumstances, this product accomplished quite a feat in just an hour. The attached pictures speak for themselves." —William Fredericks

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99.

    2. A throw pillow case that'll always ALWAYS make you chuckle when you gaze upon its beauty. Unless you're a monster. (I don't believe you're a monster and neither does this pup named Dwight.)

    My friend Marissa bought this after seeing it in one of my stories and loves it.

    Promising review: "Bought this for a friend as a gift when she got her puppy. She loves The Office and named her dog Dwight after it. The pillow case was perfect and exactly as described. Tip: I got a 20”x20” pillow for this 18”x18” case and it fills it out nicely." —MJH

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    3. A string light curtain that'll look lovely layered with sheer curtains or placed on a ceiling for an ethereal accent that'll be a softer transition for when you're winding down for the night than switching off your overhead light., Amazon

    Promising review: "What a great find! Combined with sheer curtains, it changed the look of our dark bedroom completely and was very easy to hang (took me around 15 minutes.) You can't tell by the picture but it looks PERFECT! I agree with the other buyers about the plug cord being short, but we were already using an extension cable so we don't mind." —palindromes

    Get a 300-light curtain from Amazon for $17.99.

    4. A weekly meal planner to help make dinner a breeze (and DIY office lunch!). Plus if your kids keep asking what's for dinner, you can just point them in the direction of this pad.


    Promising review: "I made a resolution to eat at home more this year. This planner is helping a lot! Everyone in the house likes knowing what's for dinner and I love that it has a built-in shopping list. Makes the week so much less stressful when I have planned out every meal and have all of the ingredients to make it. Looks exactly like the pic, looks cute hanging on the fridge, very happy with this purchase!" —Steve

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    5. A hanger stacker that'll seriously speed up laundry duty and free up lots of space in every family member's closet.

    Promising review: "The struggle with hangers has been real for quite some time, I wish I would have known about this thing sooner! Seriously, laundry is enough of a PIMA, to not fight with hangers will be wonderful. Assembly was simple — a total of 4 screws to attach the vertical pieces to the base with the wrench included. (No personal tools needed). It doesn't wiggle and seems sturdy... Hopefully it stays that way because this has saved me a ton of room and hassle! I'm buying another for child size hangers." —Kara Adams

    Get it from Amazon for $18.34.

    6. A slim cutlery organizer here to prove that, yes! You do have room for all your cutlery in your tiny kitchen drawer! I've seen this bad boy in action at my friend Alyse's place and she owns every kitchen tool known to man.


    Promising review: "Yes, this little utensil tray is really that good! I went from using 12 inches of horizontal space in a lovely but huge wooden utensil tray to about using about four inches (whatever the width of this godsend is). It stores my butter knives, steak knives, spoons, forks, and a slew of little teaspoons. I'd guess that the max capacity for each slot is about 10 pieces. For example, I fit four butter knives and four steak knives into the first/knife slot easily, with good wiggle room. This is such a great design. Using this tray opened up about half of my 18-inch wide drawer, which allowed me to decompress the other drawers in my kitchen a bit. I highly recommend this item. It's worth every penny." —Kathleen Cooke

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    7. A ceramic cooktop cleaning kit that'll put in the elbow grease for you when it comes to scraping off boiled-over suppers of yore.

    Promising review: "This is an amazing product. It works as described. It shines the stove like a mirror. I highly recommend it for people with ceramic or glass cooktops. Watch videos on youtube on how to clean a ceramic or glass cooktop. I am also going to share my personal images." —Sara A.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.88.

    8. A draining soap dish to tastefully cradle that bar of artesianal soap (or 10) you probably received from the holidays for a loved one. And hey! Soap is a useful gift, especially when it doesn't get all gooey thanks to a superb dish like this.

    Kim Hau Ceramics on Etsy

    Promising review: "Very cool soap dish. I'm going back to bar soap to reduce my use of plastic. This is a perfect way to celebrate that!" —Kristi Goukd

    Get it from Kim Hau Ceramics on Etsy for $35 (available in four colors).

    9. A produce-saving container that'll keep your farmer's market haul fresh long enough so you can actually consume all of it.

    Natalie Brown / BuzzFeed

    Check out our full review for the Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver Food Storage Containers.

    Promising review: "Keeps herbs very fresh. I always have cilantro, parsley, and green onions on hand. They can go bad fast. I've tried many products but this is the first that really worked. And you can combine all three things in one container after washing and shaking dry." —S K Nickerson

    Get it from Amazon for $4.95+ each (available in five sizes and combos).

    10. A Pioneer Woman ceramic bakeware set so you can whip up something that'll look almost as delicious as it tastes. Presentation matters! But so does taste!


    Promising review: "Simply a gorgeous way to bake or serve anything. We have several of the Pioneer Woman items and love them. No matter where they are used they are always noticed for their outstanding color palette. They are durable easy to clean, keep food warm or cold throughout serving. Awesome gift idea." —bschank85

    Get them from Walmart for $18.98 (available in five color combos).

    11. A door draft stopper the least handy person in the world could handle installing to prevent cold gusts from coming indoors. Don't make your heating system work harder than it has to! Bc $$$!

    Promising review: "So easy to set up! All you do is peel tape and adhere to a CLEAN and DRY door. Also looks great, I don't even notice it. I had a huge gap under my door. I could smell and hear everything from the hallway. Smells, drafts, and sound all are less of an issue now." —Brit B.

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in four colors).

    12. Non-stick oven liners to clean up spills without *actually* having to clean your oven. Who can remember to clean up melted cheese once that pizza comes out of the oven and it's time to eat. NO ONE, that's who.


    Anything that prevents your smoke detector from *rightfully* going off is a gift from heaven. It's really starting to annoy your dog.

    Promising review: "I have a non–self cleaning oven for the first time in decades. After having an apple pie spill over and spending more than an hour cleaning it up, I purchased these oven liners. What a time saver. The are easy to cut so they fit perfectly. Because I have a visible heating element, the liner goes right on the oven floor, under the heating element." —Kimberly Barnes-O'Connor

    Get a three-pack from Amazon for $13.99.

    13. Light-dimming stickers you can add over any lights that keep you up at night, here's looking at a restful night of sleep without feeling like your modem is glaring at you through your eyelids. You'll still be able to see the light when you're awake, it just won't be blindingly bright!

    Promising review: "I bought these to put on the LED on my external hard drive because it was very bright and it worked great. The whole thing was smaller than I thought but it's great to cover up some small LEDs if they really bother you." —F. M.

    Get a sheet of 100 from Amazon for $5.48.

    If you need to cover up bigger light sources, check out larger dimming sheets.

    14. Reusable produce bags (that are not-so-secretly super stylish) in case you hit a breaking point during the holiday season with single-use plastic and wanna do better in 2020.

    Loosewarp on Etsy

    Promising review: "I wanted to use these as a small gift for family during the holidays. I really love the material and the sizes are great. I will definitely be ordering a few sets for myself!" —Dominique Dahl

    Get a set of six from Loosewarp on Etsy for $11.89.

    15. A drill brush cleaning set you'll wanna give a whirl once you eye all the impressive cleaning before and after pics in the reviews.

    Promising review: "This is amazing! My tub is ancient, actually my whole house is a 1940’s beach 'bungalow' that I can never ever get clean with plain old elbow grease. 30 minutes with the yellow bathroom brushes & I took off decades of gross in both the tub, toilet and sink. These brushes are made for large jobs and will not detail (hence my disgusting caulking around the top of tub) but look at the floor of my tub!!! First round, 15 minutes and cleaner than it has been in 30 years!!!!! Especially considering it’s unsealed and literally soaks up dirt. I’m getting a set for the car, and a few for gifts to friends and family I really like!" —A.Wilkinson

    Get them from Amazon for $10.16 (available in six colors).

    16. A wine tumbler you can sip from as you get your money's worth on your rent while streaming the classic thinking about how, yeah, Joey could get it.


    Get it from Francesca's for $14.

    17. A pet hair remover that'll hep you defuzz all the surfaces in your house because guests shouldn't look like a porcupine-by-way-of-cat-hair when they get up from sitting on your couch.

    Promising review: "Where has this been all my crazy cat-loving life? Sticky rollers work fine for clothes but this is the only product that has ever COMPLETELY removed all the cat hair from my bed. I have a long-haired 20-lb. tabby and if you run your hands up his back a few times and fling the hair everywhere, it looks like it's snowing – he never stops shedding no matter what I do. After using the ChomChom, I can put on a black dress and roll around on my bed and not get a single hair on me. It's absolutely amazing. Everyone is getting one for Christmas, even if they don't have a pet. I don't care, it's THAT good." —Stephanie

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95.

    18. A holy grail soft cleanser to help you *easily* erase all those gray and rusty stains on household surfaces you came to term with years ago. They aren't paying rent, so give 'em the boot!


    FYI, this is the pre-mixed version (which saves you a bit of time). But you can also try the original powder version. To understand just *how* versatile this product is, check out our review of Bar Keepers Friend and prepare to be amazed!

    Promising review: "I’m now a permanent customer. I’ve used CLR, Clorox bowl cleaners, and others but this is my favorite. I used a small broom to clean my tubs and tile (as I usually do) even though instructions said to use a sponge; it dried my hands pretty bad (please use gloves). So I used the broom instead and it worked pretty well. I would recommend. I even tried it on my stove and it worked like a charm." —Itzel A.

    Get two 13 oz. bottles from Amazon for $9.15.

    19. A sweet lil' bath mat that'll give your bath some personality and save your behind from the consequences of wet tile floors.

    Urban Outfitters

    I have a similarly designed bath mat from Urban and it's help up well for more than a year and is *so* soft underfoot!

    Promising review: "The size is perfect and the color is exactly as pictured. It brightens up my dull apartment bathroom! Love it." —Kate426

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $39.

    20. A refill pack of removable heads for a toilet wand cleaning system so you'll stop regretting your decision to potty train your cats.

    Promising review: "I needed some refills for my Clorox ToiletWand and this fit the bill. These are genuine Clorox refills so they will work with the wand without a problem. I tested it out and it worked as expected. Was able to easily clean the toilet without any issues." —Brock M

    Get the 30-pack of refillable heads from Amazon for $11.64.

    21. An iconic piece of wall art that should be hanging in the Louvre *and* your home.

    trishnagaara on Society6

    Promising review: "I love this meme, and as soon as I saw a meme that someone was actually painting these I knew I had to get this. My roommate and I agreed that the space above our toilet was just empty and bland. Now it’s a conversation piece for everyone when they inevitably go into and come back out of the bathroom. Great buy, great quality." —Jacob H.

    Get it from trishnagaara on Society6 for $17.24+ (available in five sizes).

    22. A gorgeous area rug – it can revamp a room for super soft (but very little!) effort.


    Promising review: "The colors are exactly as they appear on the site. The fibers are soft and plush. If you have a room where this unusual rug will work, don't hesitate. Buy it!" —Kim

    Get it from Wayfair for $23.99+ (available in eight sizes).

    23. Stain-lifting pads made to tackle icky pet stains. You love 'em but you don't have to live with their stains. But! It'll also tackle human-made stains like cabernet.

    Promising review: "Our poor older pup started having some incontinence issues and had several accidents in the house. I was really frustrated until I found these. They work amazingly well. They're small, so if the area was larger I had to use two or three, but they pulled up stains and saved the house from being smelly. I even used one on an older stain (that I'm pretty sure wasn't pet related) and it came up after leaving it on for about 24 hours. I make sure to keep a supply of these in the house at all times now." —MC

    Get a pack of 20 from Amazon for $24.99.

    24. A boba tea light that'll make you want the real deal but also garner so much allegiance that you'll want to protect it with your life.

    Urban Outfitters

    Promising review: "It’s so cute and it’s squishy!!! And no cord, just batteries!" —KatelinM

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $16.

    25. Bed sheet suspenders to do exactly what it sounds like they'll do. No more fitted sheets popping off the mattress in the middle of the night!

    Promising review: "Finally, a way to keep my sheets from popping off in the middle of the night.... who knew sheets could be this sexy?? I put the bottom sheet on, flip back the corner and attach all three clips, then pull it on and over.... If it needs tightening, it's much easier to adjust the clips this way than struggle to put the clips on an already made sheet. This way is super easy. Done in seconds." —Ella Arey

    Get a four-pack from Amazon for $8.99.

    26. A bluetooth speaker that'll combine your love of vintage looks and modern luxuries.

    Apollo Box

    Promising review: "I'm an antique radio enthusiast, and this unit looks cool and sounds great for a little one. Impressive presence." —n8****

    Get it from Apollo Box for $19.96.

    27. A minimalist tissue box cover to help you address your sniffles without messing up your interior aesthetic. I own this (yep, that's my nightstand in the pic) and I adore it.

    Elizabeth Lilly / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "Since I am a broke 31-year old-this was the only house I can afford. Plus it helps hide the tissues I use to cry in every night." —Lizbanta

    Get it from Amazon for $16.07.

    28. A memory foam cushion for transforming your lackluster office chair or worn car seat into a throne for your precious behind. You deserve it!

    Promising review: "I spend most of my days sitting in front of my computer, and the chair I currently have feels really hard and hurts my butt a lot after sitting on it for a while.


    - Fits nicely on my office chair.

    - Feels amazing. Soft to the touch. Adjust to the shape of your butt for best experience.

    - Does not add much height to the chair, as it compresses when you sit on it


    - None

    Overall, I love this cushion. If you want some great support for your butt without having to spend too much money for a quality chair, definitely consider buying this cushion, as it will add support and comfort when you are sitting on them. Now I can sit for longer periods without feeling pain on my butt anymore (of course, I still recommend everyone to get off the chair to exercise or stretch once in a while)" —MVP

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95.

    29. Cast-iron pans in nine sizes so you're sure to find your new cooking holy-grail product on a scale that's *just right* for your appetite.


    Promising review: "I love this skillet! I've used it on the stove:gas and electric (on glass tops do not drag this skillet on it, it will scratch the glass) as well as over fire outdoors. I've owned it for 8 months now and it still looks as new as it did 8 months ago. Make sure to research how to clean your cast iron cookware and always heat them up to evaporate any surface moisture after cleaning before oiling. I've made many different foods in this, Utica Greens, bacon, eggs, steak, pizza...etc. All have come out perfect. Be aware this skillet is huge so make sure you have room to store it and it is also heavy...About 12 pounds I think, so my wife does have trouble moving it, I also need 2 hands to carry the sucker especially when its loaded with food! I would say I would buy this again, but I see this skillet lasting for ever!" —Tinkerman

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99+ (available in nine sizes with or without a lid).

    30. NES drink coasters you won't have to blow on to make 'em work. Save your wind for that piping hot cuppa tea.


    Promising review: "I bought these a few weeks ago and have been such a hit when I have guest over with the same nerdy factor as me. Everyone loves them and always looks for their favorite game to set their beverage on. They are great quality." —N0kturnel

    Get them from BoxLunch for $7.92.

    And in case they make you wanna play some games, you can pick up an NES Classic Edition from Amazon for $109.99 ;).

    31. A cold brew maker for folks who are into iced caffeine 365 days a year because why would you bother sipping something hot?


    Read up on why we love this in our full review of Takeya cold brew maker!

    Promising review: "Wow. This is extremely easy to use. And convenient. I am the type of person who is not a morning person and hate waking up to make coffee. I also hate hot coffee, i am a huge cold coffee person. So this makes my life of a mom of a 8-month-old baby boy so much easier. It took me 2 minutes to put it all together and make. You can drink it right away or put in fridge overnight for bolder taste." —Kristin S.

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    32. Lightsaber chopsticks that might just be the perfect Baby Yoda size (or for your action figures). Sushi night just got way more exciting.,

    Promising review: "Surprised my husband with these since we eat sushi every week and we love Star Wars. Tonight I snuck them into my purse and surprised him at the sushi bar. He was a little embarrassed at first but everyone there was asking where I got them! Eating sushi with them was easy surprisingly.

    Note: I saw a post of them melted from hot Top Ramen....Well yeah, these are plastic so you probably don't want to chance it by placing them in boiling soup. Stick to sushi or normal cooked food. Also hand wash carefully." —Hillary

    Get two pairs from Amazon for $17.97.

    33. A custom pet pillow you'll hold near and dear almost as much as your actual fur bebe. I think you just became a fine art collector.

    Draw Your Portrait on Etsy

    Promising review: "Absolutely AMAZING, and did such a great job capturing the resemblance to the dog! Great price and product! I would defined buy from Viet again! Just wow!!!" —Rachel Guerette

    Get it from Draw Your Portrait on Etsy for $40+ (available in several sizes, colors, and with or without the pillow insert).

    34. A rust-removing spray to work like a magic trick in neglected showers, minus the elbow grease. Spray it on a rusted surround, leave the room, and come back to diminished stains you can easily wipe away.

    Promising review: "Seeing is believing. I posted before and after pictures of our bathtub. It was gross and orange rust stained. Not even Mr. Clean Magic Erasers touched the rust stains. But now it's shiny and looks brand new. I sprayed it on (yes, it's more of a liquid than a gel but it still works). I came back an hour later and wiped it off. No elbow grease needed. Majority of the rust was gone, only thing left was soap scum and that easily wiped away. I'll be buying this stuff again!" —NMP

    Get it from Amazon for $4.79.

    35. An AeroGarden kit that'll help you grow some fresh greens indoors while you look outside at your frigid vegetable garden this winter.


    Promising review: "I love this countertop garden and have enjoyed fresh basil, tomatoes and dill for the last five weeks. I plan to keep it going as long as I can purchase the seed pods." —BaylorBear

    Get it from BuzzFeed's Goodful line at Macy's for $89.99 (also available in green).

    36. A mold and mildew remover made to work on sealant, yep even the sealant around your tub that never seems to get clean despite your best bleach-y efforts.

    Promising review: "This product was absolutely amazing. We have a tile ceiling inside our shower stall and it’s difficult and awkward to clean. This gel worked like a charm!!! Already going to order another bottle for later use!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

    37. A charming lil' apron you can don when you crack open all those new cookbooks and try to make Mary Berry proud. If she's unavailable, I'll help judge.

    pencraftE on Etsy

    Promising review: "Great quality! Perfect gift for my sister who is a huge Bake Off fan and great baker!" —Amelia Worthing

    Get it from pencraftE on Etsy for $24 (available in three colors).

    38. A microfiber sheet set with a 16" pocket deep enough to fit your cushy mattress. And they come in 18 colors so you're sure to fit the right fit for your bedroom. And the guest bedroom. And each kid's bedroom.


    Promising review: "I am very picky with sheets. I can't believe how soft these are, and I love that they have deep pockets so it fits over my mattress and the mattress topper. And you can't beat this price. The quality is amazing." —Jenna

    Get them from Wayfair for $19.99+ (available in six sizes and 18 colors).

    39. An incredibly absorbent bath towel that somehow still manages to be super lightweight. Magic? Nah, just a fancy technique that traps air in each cotton fiber.


    I've owned a Snowe bath sheet since the brand's launch a few years ago and can assure you that it's gotten softer and softer with each wash. Ohhh it's so good. PLUS, this beaut won as our mid-price pick for the best bath towel on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    Promising review: "The Snowe Classic Bath Towel is super fluffy and very soft! It's lightweight but not thin. The built in towel hook is handy and have not seen that on a bath towel before. The slate blue color looks great in the bathroom." —Emil R.

    Get it from Snowe for $22 (available in five colors).

    40. A sharp-looking storage basket (yep, that's a thing) that'll help you tidy up your shelves and cabinets. Ya' did it after watching Marie Kondo's show in January and your place could use a lil' tidying again. (Same.)

    The Container Store

    Get it from The Container Store for $6.99+ (available in two sizes).

    41. A city-centric drinking glass that'll pay homage to your hometown or favorite place as ya' sip away.

    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "The etching is nice and distinct on the side of the glass, with the various neighborhoods of each city also inscribed around the map. Purchased one each of Los Angeles, Boston, New York, and Nashville. Would have also loved to have one of our current city of residence (Anchorage), but this was not one of the options available." —GCS

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $16 (available in 31 cities).

    42. A Fire TV Stick to help you finally get around to watching all those TV shows you've been putting off... and it'll even let you stream your brand new Disney+ subscription to your giant TV in the living room.


    Promising review: "Although there are already 9,000 plus reviews and no one will ever read this, I think it's worth noting how easy it is to setup the remote to power on not only the television but accessories as well. Remember those code books from days gone by where you had to enter a number of codes to get a remote to work with a receiver, or a sound bar? This thing does the work for you. It EASILY sets up to work both my TV and my SOUND BAR. The fact that my TV is one brand and my sound bar is another is no problem. I love not having to fish for three different remote controls whenever I want to watch Amazon Prime or Netflix." —Erik

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    43. A bottle opener made from a used MLB baseball bat you'll want to whip out with company over, even though you've mastered opening up beer bottles with the palm of your hand (an essential life skill, IMO).

    Uncommon Goods

    Handmade from authentic game-day bats swung by MLB players, each opener comes gift-boxed with a story card including instructions for its special hologram number, indicating which game the bat was used in.

    Promising review: "Gift from partner as I am an avid baseball lover. Very relevant gift for sports fans. Loved the story behind it so that's why I'm here reviewing." —Kelly

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $115+ (available in 24 teams).

    44. A handy lil' knife sharpener I can personally vouch for because it transformed a drawerful of leftover roommates' knives into sharp specimens that make meal prepping go so much faster.


    Check out my full review of the KitchenIQ Knife Sharpener.

    Promising review: "I decided to actually come back to this nearly two years later to review it because it kind of got lost to me to review it back then. However, since I've bought it, I've heard my husband talk about it on and off. Just yesterday with my daughter he was going over sharp knife safety, and he just said how much he still absolutely loves it. Of every gift I've ever given him, this is the only thing I've heard still get praise nearly two years later." —Gluten Free Mama

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99 (available in four colors).

    45. An egg cooker for whipping up a nutritious breakfast on hurried mornings or making an effortless omelette for a weeknight meal.


    Promising review: "I eat a lot of hard-boiled eggs and was looking for a quick and easy way to cook them that didn't use a lot of energy or space and was easy to clean-up. This cute, little, unassuming device is the perfect solution! Set it and forget it, and when it's done, turn it off, let it sit for one minute, and then put the eggs in a bowl of ice water. The eggs are cooked perfectly and peeling is a breeze." —coldblood4vt

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95 (available in five colors).

    46. A jetted tub cleaner to make you gag with delight once you run it through your system and all the pipe filth emerges like some Ghostbusters sludge. Oh, and it's septic-safe.,

    Promising review: "Ok, so I am some what of a clean freak and I run bleach through the jets prob twice a month on top of my daily weekly cleaning. And I was skeptical how this product could get it any cleaner than I thought it was. Well I am here to tell you this pic is after the second cleaning with this cleaner!!!! I am a believer and would highly recommend this product to anyone with jetted tub!!" —Momof2greatboys

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    47. Microfiber sheets – they'll wash easily and be oh-so-soft. I would know. I've owned mine for ~4 years!

    Promising review: "Wow. So soft before I even washed them and even softer after! The gray paisley is not gray though... it's beige. But I bought them because another review said they were beige and that's actually what I preferred. I put the top sheet on upside down because the bottom is just plain white and I wanted to pull it down over my quilt so the design of the sheet could be seen. Love!!" —Tiff

    Get them from Amazon for $27+ (available in seven sizes and 44 colors).

    48. A pair of detail cleaning brushes that'll fit into all the nooks and crannies that a sponge won't. 2020 is going to be so much cleaner than 2019.


    Promising review: "These brushes are wonderful, not only for 'normal' uses such as cleaning dusty vents in the oven door, crumbs from the toaster and junk from around faucets. The round topped brush even works in the water container of our Keurig. I also used it to clean underneath the kitchen cabinets, where leftover grout from a tiling project was easily removed with the small scraping tool. I've never written a review before, but these brushes are great. Highly recommended." —Peace

    Get them from Amazon for $7.99.

    49. A ~flexible~ dish squeegee for sweeping the remains of dinner off your plate or crumbs into the sink for must faster cleanup.


    Promising review: "If you have ever had to repair or replace a garbage disposal, then I am sure you have been lectured on basically only allowing crumbs to fall into the disposal. This dish squeegee makes prepping dishes for a dishwasher or sink washing a breeze. I hold the dish over the trash can and after a few swipes, the dish is ready for washing. In comparison to using a paper towel, it saves you money, helps protect the environment, and keeps your fingers free from gunk." —She Who Reads

    Get it from Amazon for $4.99.

    50. A 10-piece ceramic cookware set you won't mind leaving out because it's that pretty. Oh, and it's non-stick so the easy cleanup will make you adore these pots and pans even more.


    Promising review: "Super excited to cook with this set. I absolute love how nothing sticks and cleanup is a breeze. It’s such a pretty color and lightweight. It doesn’t omit toxic chemicals when cooking and the price is unbeatable. If you're on the fence, get it. You won’t be disappointed!" —Justcallmemartha

    Get them from BuzzFeed's Goodful line at Macy's for $127.49.

    51. A dishwasher magnet that'll help suss out what lies within. No more getting a glass only to realized that, yep, it still has some orange juice inside.

    Promising review: "We all have made the mistake of putting something dirty in with clean dishes because we weren't sure/did take the time to look if what was inside was clean. Although your dishwasher alerts you to clean and dry, once clean and opened, it no longer displays clean. It is super light and can be turned without being taken off the dishwasher. Made of plastic so breakable if being used for something other than intended purpose." —KB

    Get it from Amazon for $5.04.

    52. A mini blind duster (that'll also work on vents!) with washable microfiber covers to get at those tiny particles that are making you sneeze and then start over fresh.


    Promising review: "Got these today and I put them to use right away. I recently started my own cleaning company and I have been looking for tools to help us do more time efficient cleaning jobs. Well this is a new addition and I must say it's here to stay! It sure beats using tongs wrapped with rags or dusters. Very easy to use and clean as I can just toss it in the wash with my cleaning rags. Love this product and will be looking for more items from this seller. Glad I could support your family business, you are definitely helping me with mine." —Nichole Graham-Treston

    Get them from Amazon for $7.99.

    53. An all-purpose car cleaner to works its magic on upholstery, leather, and other car surfaces because sometimes it feels like you live in that vehicle and it SHOWS.

    Promising review: "I have used every product that you can find on the shelves of your local store. When I sprayed the cleaner on the light beige interior of a 25+ year-old car, the interior turned to its original color. After years of detailing, I had assumed at this point, the color was set and that's it, not with this stuff. While cleaning it I literally said out loud, 'No way, no way,' because I was in disbelief at how amazing it worked, and the results are in the compliments I receive from friends." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

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