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1.A sparkling-wine-saver that will keep your bubblies bubbling so you can pop your prosecco any day of the week without googling hacks to keep it fresh.
2.A conditioning and healing castor oil full of vitamins and fatty-acids that won't just answer your "how to grow hair faster" Google but will help you maintain hair health over time. Reviewers mention seeing improvements in growth and strength within a week, with noticeable results within a few months.
3.A set of bed bands to lock your fitted sheets neatly into place once and for all, so you can finally get the peaceful, untangled sleep you deserve every night without googling "bed-making tricks" and ending up in a black hole of home-based tutorial vids.
4.A handy fridge deodorizer for the infamous "How to get rid of fridge smell" Google after no amount of hand-scrubbing or baking soda in the world would take care of it.
5.A set of affordable, highly popular (seriously, these have nearly 165,000 5-star reviews) wireless Bluetooth earbuds for anyone who has ever googled "earbuds that won't fall out." These comes with three different sizes of inner ear inserts, so even if you're one of the unlucky few who can't get AirPods to fit, these may do the trick (and are WAYYY less expensive to boot).
6.A bottle of wood polish you'll want on hand for the hopeless "how to get rid of water marks on a wood table" Google. This will make your all your scuffed-up cabinets and hardwood floors look brand spanking new, even if you're pretty sure the damage is older than you are.
7.A super quiet, lightweight, portable electric pet nail trimmer so you don't have to watch a zillion YouTube videos on how to calm your pet before you get started — its gentle vibrations make the whole process less alarming to their lil' brains, so you won't be negotiating with Whiskers for an hour before getting the job done.
8.A streak-free anti-fog spray you can quickly apply to eyeglasses, sunglasses, and face shields to finally answer your "how can I wear my glasses with a mask" Google once and for all.
9.A bottle of nail and cuticle repair oil you simply brush on your nail beds once a day to condition and strengthen all those brittle spots and breakages, leaving you with thick, healthy nails and nail beds that no longer need to type out the words "how to prevent hangnails."
10.A fume-free oven cleaner that'll answer your "how to safely clean the oven" Google by safely loosening up all those ancient pizza roll stains overnight. Bonus: it's gentle enough that you don't need protective gloves to use it.
11.A memory foam seat cushion for your tushy so effective at relieving pressure from your tailbone that you'll finally stop googling "ergonomic office chairs" and weeping at the high price tags. This right here is the quick fix you need.
12.A delightful little tool called the "Bug Bite Thing" that suctions on all kinds of bug bites to reduce swelling, itchiness, and redness before you can google "how to stop itching bug bites."
13.A ridiculously popular "cat dancer" toy so both you and your furry friend can break a sweat indoors chasing after it — perfect for anyone who's just plain given up on googling "ways to get my cat to play with me."
14.A cooling weighted blanket that might answer all your late night insomnia Googles once and for all. It's filled with natural glass for a weighted, hug-like pressure that some reviewers say helps with insomnia and anxiety.
15.A neuropathy cream made with castor oil, valerian root, peppermint, and hemp flower that may help if you've got localized pain spots to deal with and are tired of combing the internet for natural pain relief ideas.
16.Fenty Filt'r Soft Matte Longwear foundation, because it'll save you all the time and energy of scouring the internet for your best shade — instead, you can take a quiz on site for your perfect match, all without ever leaving your couch.
17.A bunch of Miracle-Gro "food spikes" that prove your "how to bring a dead plant back to life" searches weren't in vain. Not only will it perk them up, it will continuously feed them for 30 to 60 days. (Look, none of us are perfect plant parents, it's fine.)
18.A tube of antiperspirant hand cream, because if one Google search tells you to "try to stop stressing out so much," you're gonna — well, get a whole lot more stressed out, and probably even more sweaty. (SIGH.)
19.A bottle of Drop It, a natural wine sulfate and tannin remover that works its magic on your glass in just 20 seconds, sparing you the infamous "am I allergic to wine????" Google at 3 a.m. when you wake up with a blazing headache. It's also a lot more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly than wine wands or other competitors — a single bottle of this can be used to treat up to 55 glasses of wine, as opposed to wands that can only do a few glasses each before they get tossed.
20.A foaming garbage disposal cleaner to take care of that "How do I unclog this smelly sink?" Google. You can plop into your drain, run a little water on it, and let its blue magic fizz its way up to the top while clearing out all the gunk in one go.
21.A firming eye cream that uses vitamin C, vitamin E, rosehip seed oil, and hibiscus flower extract to brighten and firm that sensitive skin around your eyes so you don't have to Google "how to not look tired" on the days you slept for like, eight seconds the night before.
22.A soft silicone ear-saver and mask-extender for anyone who has googled "face mask elastic ear pain" lately — not only does it take some of the pressure off your ears, but it helps make a more personalized fit on masks with elastic straps that don't *quite* fit your face.
23.A foot file just as effective — if not more so! — than going to a salon. This will remove calluses and hard or cracked skin from your feet with some gentle, pain-free rubbing before you can finish Googling the words "get rid of calluses on feet."
24.A set of dishwasher cleaning tablets for the "How do I get rid of this weird dishwasher smell?" Google. You can pop into a cycle with your dirty dishes to wipe out all that funkiness *and* the extra grime that's been manifesting in your old dishwasher for who even knows how long now.
25.A set of itty bitty dermaplaning razors you can use to instead of Googling "how to tweeze unibrow hairs" — which, as anyone who has them knows, are VERY good at dodging our attempts. These also work on whatever face fuzzies you might want to take care of in a gentle way — an especially handy tool when many of us can't head to a salon like we normally would.
26.A polite but firm door sign for anyone who would rather not have to search for "hacks to calm dogs" every time a package comes to the door.
27.A bottle of Goo Gone for banishing all the gooey, sticky, tough-to-scrub stains that inspired your "how to get gum out of carpet" and "how to get sticker residue off the window" Googles.
28.Glossier's Boy Brow, a combo eyebrow gel and pomade perfect for anyone who has watched too many complicated brow tutorials to count. You can swipe a few times through each brow for instant subtle, natural definition — the brush picks up just enough of the product in the tube each time that it's basically impossible to mess up.
29.A shampoo scalp massager you can use in the shower to massage and exfoliate your scalp, answering your "how do I get rid off dandruff" Google *and* promoting healthier hair growth at the source.
30.A handy electric toothbrush a ton of reviewers swear by for helping whiten their teeth *and* helping with gingivitis — as fun as it is to Google "gums bleeding" every other week.
31.A subscription to EveryPlate, an affordable meal kit service so transparent and easy-to-use that you can look right at the step-by-step instructions on how to cook everything before it even arrives, preventing a dozen Google searches that will inevitably leave your keyboard stained with olive oil (and possibly tears).
32.A scent-free, cordless Thermacell mosquito-repelling shield for all your "DEET-free mosquito repellent" Googles. This claims to be six times more effective than 42 (!!) citronella candles at keeping the pesky critters off your back porch and yard, and generates heat to disperse deterrent from a repellent mat to give 15 feet worth of protection for 12 hours.
33.A "Life Binder" printable you can use to keep track of — well, just about everything, so you don't have to go on wild internet goose chases to track your own info down. This has 67 pages of printable templates and tabs for keeping track of paperwork like insurance, property records, medical info, and finances, sparing you a ton of time by having everything organized and ready when you need it most.
34.A broom for pet and human hair that can work on any type of floor, but is specifically designed to pull it up from the carpet deeper than even a lot of vacuums can reach, so you can go on an alarming but satisfying mission to the depths of your rugs and stop googling for bonkers expensive "deep clean" vacuums.
35.A pack of eco-friendly toothpaste tablets perfect for anyone who has googled "how to stop toothpaste from exploding in a carry-on." These travel-friendly tabs made with peppermint oil, tea tree oil, aloe vera extract, and coconut oil are so easy to use that you can just bite into them, wet your toothbrush, and brush like you always do.
36.A set of Bottle Bright tablets so you can easily clear all those caked-on stains in your bottles, travel mugs, and even coffee makers without buying a bunch of DIY ingredients after a "how do I get rid of coffee stains" Google.
37.A selfie ring light so you can finally stop Googling "best Zoom lighting" and trying to reposition yourself in every window of your apartment to avoid looking like you live in a tomb whenever you take a video call.
38.A Pet House candle with scents engineered to eliminate those miscellaneous pet odors like litter boxes, dog bed, and all those lil' sprinkles of pee that you've just accepted as "eau de basement" and fully stopped Googling solutions for.
39.A blister-preventing balm that basically magics an extra layer between your skin and your shoe, so you can stop googling "hacks for breaking in boots" (or just swearing off them altogether to be safe).
You after realizing you don't need Google to solve your problems anymore: