46 Products Under $10 We Think You'll Really And Truly Use All The Time
Small price tags that'll feel like huge investments.
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1. Slow-cooker liners that'll make your set-it-and-forget-it routine even easier by making cleanup a snap!
2. Easy-glide shower hooks you'll be thankful for every morning when you groggily throw open your shower curtain.
3. Glass phone screen protectors that even YOU can DIY (I did!) and will protect your precious device every single day.
5. A vinyl plastic vaccine card sleeve with a resealable top to help keep THE accessory of 2021 in fighting condition well past this calendar year. It also has holes so you can attach it to a lanyard!
6. A stick of anti-chafing balm that'll keep your inner thighs and other parts ouchless when it's time to get physical, physical.
7. A wood polish and conditioner to leave you with *such* impressive results, that I threw in not one, but TWO before and after pics to show you what it can handle. You're welcome.
8. A cleaning pen that'll *gently* revive the look of your jewels that you DIDN'T EVEN REALIZE have grown cloudy over time. Don't worry, it's made with micro-fine cleansers, polishing agents, and a polymer for a pro-level shine at the price of your morning coffee order.
10. A password book you should fill out IN PENCIL because who can keep up with all those passwords you constantly have to change and apparently are not strong enough for the robots unless it has something like 29478495734592713 on the end.
11. A four-way cleaning brush to make big moves on those black suede (or nubuck!) boots you decided to shuffle around in the dirt while wearing last weekend. No more regrets!
12. A grocery bag carrier – keep it in your car so you can make a few less trips from the driveway to the house with your grocery store haul.
15. A ~long~ bottle brush for getting every last spec of dirt out of your tall-neck water and wine bottles.
16. A plant-care tracking sheet so both you and your houseplant babes can thrive. (Like it suggests on the shop, put it in a picture frame and you can track with a dry-erase marker!)
17. A dish squeegee to do all the scraping for you when it comes to unsticking pasta sauce from your plate or scooting food scraps into the garbage disposal.
18. A pair of coffee scoop/bag clips (one for each hand!!!!) so clever, you'll wish you'd invented them yourself.
19. A light saber ice pop holder to keep your paws from freezing while you're trying to to enjoy your fave summer treat.
20. Softgrip scissors that'll tear open boxes, zip through wrapping paper, and handle a number of other tasks, all without making your hand ache.
21. A makeup-erasing washcloth — it'll be soft on your skin and tough on that waterproof mascara. *And* it'll help you cut down on your disposable makeup wipe habit.
22. A makeup sponge holder set with spiral holders for letting air circulate around that freshly cleaned sponge and then cute lil' carriers so you can take it on the go without dirtying up the sponge or your bag.
23. An adorable brown sugar-saving maple leaf to keep the sweet ingredient clump-free for your next baking adventure. (No more buying a new package every time you decide to bake!)
25. A setting powder made for oily skin that you can easily take on the go to keep your T-zone looking like matte perfection despite every other factor.
26. A car garbage bag that'll help contain some of the mess that ends up on your backseat floor. Someone buy this for my Uncle Bill STAT. But wait, he may need a bigger bag.
27. Seashell sunnies to help bring the beach to you. But it's fine if you leave 'em in the sand on your next actual beach excursion.
28. A tactical writing pen with a point that'll break glass or serve as a weapon against an attacker if ya' need it to. This takes the pen being a sword to a whole other level. Hopefully you'll use it for writing considerably more often than breaking glass.
30. A flexible sink caddy so you won't have to search for an MIA cleaning brush or sponge, only to discover it in a pool of water in a mountain of dirty dishes. Gross.
31. A shampoo brush that'll help loosen buildup from styling products and make in-shower detangling a cinch.
32. And a Wet Brush – it'll do major things for unruly hair (and maybe save a few bucks of the detangling spray you normally use to douse your hair).
33. A 10-in-1 spray you can spritz on your damp hair and let take care of basically every styling need for blowouts except finishing hairspray. It'll give you a super smooth blowout without filling up your medicine cabinet with products.
34. Fridge bin liners that'll keep your fridge tidier so your family will actually consume all that fresh produce you bought.
36. A toothpaste squeezer/stand to help you get out every last drop without doing a manual squeeze twice a day. (Three times a day if you're that good.)
37. Contoured eye masks for a blackout experience that nestles around you nose but still allows you to comfortably blink. Win-win!
38. Pencil pouches you can use to help organize small cords, beauty products, and yes, even pencils!
39. An accordion file that'll come in handy for corralling bills, receipts, coupons, class notes, basically anything on paper.
40. Satin pillowcases you can rest your precious head on every night in the pursuit of better-moisturized *and* looking hair and skin. Bedhead and weird lines on your face, be gone!
42. A bedside caddy to keep your nighttime essentials nearby, like your sleep mask and current read, to name a few things.
43. A dog water bottle so you can stop carrying around a collapsible bowl and water bottle to keep your pup hydrated and ready for play.
44. A dry shampoo (that smells like warm sugar and is made with gentle tapioca starch) that can perk up dirty hair without leaving weird white spots in dark locks.
45. An easy jar opener — easier than those rubber things — so you won't have to burst a blood vessel in your eye just trying to open a jar of fancy preserves you, tbh, spent way too much on at the *nice* food store in your neighborhood.
46. A foot balm for your heels, those poor cracked, nasty-looking heels you've been hiding all winter. It's their time to shine after some spiffing up with this stuff. This is sooo much cheaper than a pedicure.
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