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    41 Products Reviewers Say Are Helping Them Through Quarantine

    Including super absorbent dishcloths to replace paper towels, at-home workout essentials, and a milk frother for *chef's kiss* perfect lattes.

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    1. An air fryer that can cook so many different dishes using the power of rapid air technology that it'll spoil you for other methods of cooking forever. Perfectly crisped french fries, veggies, and chicken wings in 20 minutes — no oil required. Dinner just got lit 🔥.

    2. A memory foam seat cushion for your tushy so effective at relieving pressure from your tailbone that you'll finally stop losing sleep over your love-hate relationship with your chair.

    A reviewer's swivel office chair with a memory foam cushion resting on it

    3. A tiny milk frother to sub out your beloved Starbucks lattes — suddenly everything you drink will taste like it was lovingly handcrafted by a barista.

    4. A set of three adorable, machine-washable Swedish dish cloths that are super absorbent and designed with a cross-hatch pattern for easier scrubbing. Each one of these can replace over a DOZEN paper towel rolls. The Brawny paper towel man is shaking.

    A person washing a knife and fork with a  Swedish dish cloth with happy cats printed on it

    5. A pair of high-waist biker shorts excellent for at-home workouts, at-home lounging, and at-home wondering why the AC hasn't kicked in yet (summer is on the way, y'all).

    6. A mini waffle maker versatile enough to do way more than its main job — if you're waffling on the waffles, you can also use it for hash browns, paninis, biscuits, and even (gasp) PIZZA. If you can dream it, you can mini waffle it.

    An open mini waffle maker with a fully cooked heart-shaped waffle inside

    7. A five-pack of wedgie-proof cotton underwear with a wide, stretchy waistband, because all the comfy quarantine clothes in the world won't mean a darn thing if your undies are bugging you.

    A model wearing a pair of underwear with full coverage from two angles, the front and the rear

    8. A produce-saver storage container designed to keep your fruits and veggies fresh way longer, so you can finally stop surrendering to the race against time when your produce goes bad faster than you can finish it.

    9. Or a set of reusable produce-saving bags for those larger grocery hauls where you have a lot more greens to protect.

    A produce saving bag with peppers inside of it

    10. 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" since your pet came into your home.

    A lit transparent glass candle in the Lavender Green Tea scent

    11. A selfie ring light, so you can finally stop feeling self-conscious on game night Zoom calls where all your friends look well-lit enough to live with the Kardashians and for some reason your apartment looks like a medieval dungeon.

    A lit selfie ring on a tripod pointing at a reviewer's desk set up

    12. A pair of blue-light glasses to help defend your eyeballs against the strain of your transition from phone to laptop to television to laptop to phone, aka your eyes' new itinerary.

    A reviewer sitting on a couch with their laptop in their lap, wearing the blue light glasses

    13. A cooling towel that gets chilly when you soak it in water and wring it out, making it your new BFF for stuffy workouts in your living room or humid yard work in the summer outside. It keeps its chill for *hours* and will immediately get chilly again when you soak it in water and repeat the process.

    A person wringing out a microfiber towel with water dripping out of it

    14. A jar of Aztec healing clay masks to calm your acne and skin, which can really come in handy if wearing face masks makes you break out.

    15. A time-marked water bottle with a latch lid that protects the spout so you don't have to touch it — especially handy for front line workers and and anyone worried about disinfecting things as lockdown restrictions ease up.

    16. A cooling weighted blanket for sweet relief when the heat starts rolling in, with natural glass beads on the inside with weighted pressure that some reviewers say helps with insomnia and anxiety.

    A weighted blanket spread out on a king-sized bed

    17. A collapsible microwave popcorn maker that doubles as a serving bowl, so you can make yourself popcorn so warm and salty that your Friday movie nights will feel like you're smack dab in the middle of a theater.

    18. A weekly meal planner you can use to map out all your grocery needs in advance — particularly handy if you want a handwritten list to take to the grocery store, so you don't have to keep pulling out and unlocking your phone.

    A person writing on the notepad stuck to the fridge

    19. A set of four stretchy wireless bras with removable padding and adjustable straps you can use for low-impact workouts and high-impact web surfing.

    20. A rapid egg cooker so you can cook a week's worth of breakfast eggs in a matter of minutes, whether you want a good old-fashioned hard boil or like 'em a little runnier.

    An egg cooker with a transparent dome plastic top, where six eggs are cooking inside

    21. An insulated soundproofing strip that easily sticks to the outer rims of your door so you no longer have to fall asleep to sound of your roommate Skyping from the living room (or vice versa).

    22. A cold brew coffee maker so gloriously easy to use that all you have to do is stick your favorite ground coffee in the filter, seal the airtight lid on top, and pop it in the fridge overnight. Boom, four cups of cold brew.

    A pitcher with a coffee filter and a large handle, full of iced coffee in a fridge

    23. A pet urine stain-removing spray that instantly tackles both old and new stains *plus* the funky smell, so you can enjoy the new quality time you might be getting with your pet without sacrificing your nostrils.

    A person spraying the bottle on a carpet

    24. A portable mini dual washing machine and dryer ideal for anyone who usually goes to the laundromat and needs a way to more thoroughly wash out their clothes in an apartment or small living space.

    A small square shaped laundry machine with a lid and a small control panel

    25. The Drinking Animals Coloring Book, which will take you on a *delightful* journey of animals doing just that. Can I get anyone a Llamarita?

    The cover of the coloring book, which has a llama drinking a cocktail

    26. An avocado slicer that'll more than earn its keep, especially since "meatless Mondays" and "wheatless Wednesdays" are making us more creative with our lockdown cooking.

    27. A rotating, heated back and neck massager to work out all of the knots you might have from sitting in one position for too long, or doing any kind of repetitive tasks that irritate your muscles.

    A reviewer holding the massager, which has three rotating heated balls under the fabric on both sides

    28. A pair of noise-cancelling, sweat-proof wireless headphones with a built in microphone that will come in handy whether you're trying to workout without waking up roommates (mood) or answering the bajillionth FaceTime from one of your fans (read: Mom).

    A model wearing wireless in-ear headphones connected to each other during a workout

    29. A pair of lightweight joggers (with pockets!!) perfect for whatever your stay-at-home itinerary is, from working to Netflixing to yoga.

    A reviewer in the joggers

    30. An Amazon Echo Show 5 enabled with a camera screen for calls, so you can keep the whole fam connected for some socially distanced cross-country chats.

    A person on the screen of an Amazon Echo Show 5 on a video call with their family from the other end

    31. A ventilated laptop stand you can prop on a table or a desk to make it more WFH-friendly. This makes your laptop screen eye-level to reduce neck and shoulder strain, and gives your laptop fan space to breathe so it doesn't overheat.

    A laptop resting on the stand on a desk

    32. A T-shirt with billowy short sleeves cozy enough to feel like you're wearing pajamas but stylish enough to feel like "real clothes" (if that's even a thing anymore).

    33. A breakfast sandwich maker that may be small but can cook an egg, toast bread, warm precooked meat, and melt cheese into the perfect sammie all at once. Dunkin' whomst??

    34. A silicone muffin mold handy enough to cook single-size portions of eggs, pastries, and muffins without a ton of nonstick prep, and with ridiculously easy cleanup.

    35. A family-friendly backyard sprinkler for some socially distanced pool shenanigans in the comfort of your own home.

    A circular waterproof pad with holes all around it for water to spout out of once someone installs a hose into it

    36. An airy maxi dress your future self will be especially grateful to have in your arsenal come summer.

    37. A sleek adjustable desk lamp that doubles as a USB port, making your desk that much more organized and well-lit so you can look forward to your daily bed-to-desk transition.

    The lamp, which has a circular base and an L-shaped stand and light, propped on a desk

    38. A glare-free Kindle Paperwhite you can customize with all your favorite fonts and layouts for hours of quarantine reading. Bonus — it's waterproof, so you can take this bb in the bathtub 🍷.

    39. A DIY cocktail set for anyone who wants to use this time to become their friend group's go-to mixologist — this has all the tools you need to get started, down to adorable, comprehensive cocktail recipe cards.

    The set, which is all silver-finished, on display in a reviewer's home

    40. The Book of Myself: A Do-It-Yourself Autobiography in 201 Questions, perfect for any stage of life, if you're looking for something structured and soothing to do that will also help you preserve your favorite memories.

    The cover of "The Book of Myself: A Do-It-Yourself Autobiography in 201 Questions," by Carl and David Marshall

    41. A pair of super silky pajamas for any miscellaneous quarantine lounging needs.

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