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    25 Products On Amazon Our Readers Are Loving Right Now

    An adult coloring book of fouled-mouthed animals, a versatile cardigan, jumbo sticky buddy and 22 other favorite products from our recent posts.

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    1. A coloring book for adults that's just as vulgar as it is adorable, and it won't take you three years to color in tiny details.

    Promising review: "This is the best coloring book for adults I have come across. It's adorable and vulgar. Easy to color if you do not want to color in a tedious one, like most adult coloring books. Highly recommend." –Chap35

    Price: $4.49

    2. A long-sleeve sweater dress you'll feel warm and cozy in all season long.

    Promising review: "I normally wear a medium and ordered this in a small, but glad I did. It fits like a medium. Very cute, nice length for a dress. I am 5'3" and it falls about an inch above the knee. I would recommend it, but order a size down from what you normally wear." –cindy

    Price: $26.99 Sizes: S–XXL Colors: five

    3. A color-changing three-piece lipstick set for anyone who wants to take playing with makeup to the next level.

    Promising review: "These are AMAZING! The lipstick goes on smooth and each one has a different shade – pink, red, and purple. They're super moisturizing. Won't stay on like a lipstick when you eat, but will fade into a really lovely (and even) stain. I usually have pretty sensitive lips. No bad reaction! They shipped really quickly and arrived intact, in this lovely little silver bag. Overall – 10/10 would recommend." –Katherine Bogen

    Price: $7.99

    4. A vitamin C serum here to solve whatever skin issues you bring to the table.

    Promising review: "The best vitamin C serum I've tried (out of about five). It's a slightly higher concentration which I'm sure helps, but the pump option vs. a dropper is also wonderful. It allows the product to retain its effectiveness. It stays clear and has no odor. The texture is gel-like, and a single pump is enough for my face. This product has completely vanished a large discoloration on my forehead from sun damage. HIGHLY recommend." –Crystal

    Price: $15.74

    5. A jumbo sticky buddy you can use to get dog hair off of everything, even your dog.

    Promising review: "Words cannot describe how pleased I am with this product! I've used it in a fur-plagued (Alaskan malamute) house for over a month now, and while the sticky roller still works great (did not loose stickiness like some claim), I want to point out what really makes this product shine for me – the brush side. Man, not only does this work for removing hair from couches and beds, but it works better than most of my dog brushes for brushing my dog!" –JoeyR

    Price: $9.20

    6. A memory foam cushion worthy of sitting on in all situations – in the office, car, and on airplanes.

    Promising review: "Unlike cheap memory foam, this is actually very firm and supportive. I'm feeling so much better in my hips and low back after just a few days of using it at work. The cover is super plush and soft." –Karen or Justin

    Price: $29.95

    7. A screen repair kit to patch all the holes in your life, or at least in your window.

    Promising review: "My back door screens got scratched up by dogs. This was easy to use to patch all the holes. It does show, of course – the tape is made of screen, but there's now a double layer of screen everywhere I've patched. It's been a few months, and none of the patches have lifted up." –Stephanie Hickey

    Price: $9.99

    8. A self-tanner that'll give your skin a natural glow, not a tinge of orange terror.

    Promising review: "I had no idea what to expect with Fake Bake, but here's a rundown of my experience:

    - Did not streak, despite me having no former experience with a spray tanner

    - Did not look orange

    - Blended really well (didn't look weird between my face and neck)

    - Very natural looking

    - Dried quickly enough to not have to wander around naked but slow enough to make sure it was rubbed in.

    I did not use a fancy exfoliator beforehand. I simply showered and used my normal loofah with a gritty body wash. Despite the mitt being flimsy, I still give this product five stars for looking so natural, and being so easy to use." –Katie W

    Price: $12.95

    9. A helpful guidebook with a morbid title and tons of information on what to do when planning to perish from the earth.

    Promising review: "This is a great tool! I am so glad I found this. It has sections for just all kinds of info that I hadn't even thought about yet. It is going to help me get all of this info down on paper in one place, finally." –San Diego Guy

    Price: $10.71

    10. A knitted poncho so comfy and glorious, no one will judge you for ordering one in every color.

    Promising review: "It's well-made, didn't shrink when hubby put it through the wash/dryer, and is still as beautiful as the day I bought it. The yarn is soft, and the turtleneck is loose enough for comfort when pulling on/off. I'd buy this style again and again in as many colors as I can find." –MrsB

    Price: $25.99+ Colors: five

    11. An extending Clean Reach tool so you never have to kneel or strain again, because cleaning is hard enough as it is.

    Promising review: "Thought it would be bigger, but I love this item. Great for those windows you just can't reach. Comes with three reversible heads. One scrubber is smoother than the other. Great little product." –jules

    Price: $9.47

    12. A shampoo brush and scalp massager for anyone looking to terminate their dandruff.

    Promising review: "I've had dry scalp issues for years and this helps so much. It seems like it would be rough because it's made of thick rubber, but it doesn't irritate the scalp at all. Because of this brush I have switched from anti-dandruff shampoo to regular." –hugsyrocks

    Price: $6.25

    13. A Scrub Daddy sponge you can use for scratch-free pot cleaning, deep cleaning of glasses, utensil scrubbing, and more.

    Promising review: "My favorite go-to since it came out on Shark Tank. This gets hard in cold water and softens in hot. It cleans like no other. Love my Scrub Daddy!" –Melanie Kay Haering

    Price: $7.22

    14. A two-pack of hair towels ready to save your hair from heat damage by drying things out.

    Promising review: "These Turbie Twist towels are fantastic. I have two of them and use them interchangeably. My hair is in better condition since I've been using the turbie twist. I put the towel on as soon as I get out of the shower, and leave it on for at least 10 minutes before I begin to dry my hair. The towel soaks up the extra moisture, so much less heat is required to style my hair. It's simple to put on and dries easily. The towel is thick and soft, and I love it." –TheresaS

    Price: $29.99

    15. A 10-pack of hook wall hangers that'll allow you to hang stuff on the wall with ease.

    Promising review: "These things are awesome. I use them to hang just about anything I need to. The hole left behind when they are removed is small enough that even spackle isn't needed. Just throw a little touch up paint over the hole, and go." –Jason

    Price: $7

    16. A book of poems by Rupi Kaur (it's longer than her last collection) to lift your sprits.

    Promising review: "I absolutely loved Rapi Kaur's Milk and Honey so I was extremely excited to preorder this book. I don't want to spoil it, but expectations should be set when you order it, that it isn't about the same content as the last book. I enjoyed that it was longer, more time to enjoy the wonderful writing." –Sam Henderson

    Price: $10.19

    17. A chunky cardigan you'll love to wrap yourself up in this fall.

    Promising review: "This sweater is a great value, I love it. I did order a size up to make sure it was long enough, but I probably didn’t need to. The quality is great, very chunky, and heavy, and perfect for fall!" –Abby

    Price: $6.18 Sizes: S–3XL Colors: 23

    18. A cotton-blend T-shirt with an optimistic outlook on the future, ready to become your new favorite tee.

    Promising review: "Love it! Amazing quality and the perfect fit. The fabric is incredibly soft and comfortable. My new favorite tee😍." –Amazon Customer

    Price: $8.99+ Sizes: S–XXL Colors: three

    19. A can of Easy-Off oven and grill cleaner here to prove you can clean your oven, even if you haven't done so in years.

    Promising review: "This stuff is amazing! I had one burner on my metal stove that I couldn't get clean with anything (and I tried everything), so I thought I'd give this a go. I was blown away. I sprayed it on, let it sit overnight, and it literally wiped off. YEARS of burnt-on gunk, gone! There is a really strong smell, and you'll need to wear gloves, but it was worth it. I highly recommend this product if you feel like you're at the end of your rope. After it worked so well on my stovetop, I cleaned my oven and grill. I love this stuff." –Caitlin

    Price: $5.60

    20. House of Leaves – a book for anyone who wants a thrill-seeking, terrifying Blair Witch-like experience in the form of a novel.

    Promising review: To say that Mark Danielewski's House of Leaves is a novel is both an understatement and a misnomer. House of Leaves takes traditional conceptions of narrative and style and throws them out the metaphorical window. The novel is one narrator's account of his experiences following the discovery of a mysterious manuscript, a manuscript that in turn chronicles a terrifying documentary (one that may or many not even exist) – this may sound confusing – and it is, at least initially. The novel uses different typefaces for its various narrators, and once the reader acclimates to the pace of the novel, it becomes easy to understand its unique style." –Patrick Benjamin McDonald

    Price: $16.35

    21. A 12-pack of lip liner pencils that'll give you tons of variety, and won't give your wallet ~any lip~.

    Promising review: "I didn't know what to expect when I ordered these, considering how cheap they were. I have to say there is such a great variety of colors, I can mix and match with my lipsticks. When I use lip liner, I tend to outline my lips and also color them in a bit, and use a matte lipstick over to complete my fabulous look. It lasts HOURS. Totally happy with my great deal of a purchase!" –Christin Marie

    Price: $3.37

    22. A shower curtain liner people swear by to prevent mold, mildew, and other grime from taking over your tub.

    Promising review: "I have waited six months to write this review, and my original liner looks as good as the day I hung it. No mildew or rust. The magnets have weight and stick well to the bath. I replaced the liner in my other bathroom with another one of these. Excellent value and quality." –Homer's Mom

    Price: $10.99

    23. A cleaner capable of making your burnt and dirty stainless-steel pans look like brand new. Bar Keeper's Friend is basically the holy grail of the kitchen.

    Promising review: "I bought this after seeing numerous recommendations, and after years of searing and occasionally burning things in my stainless pans, it was time to try to bring them to a better state. Not only did this easily scrub off the latest culinary leavings, it scrubbed off the years of buildup of oil, fat, cooking spray, and whatever else that have been continually baked on in the oven, stove and dishwasher. A little powder, a dash of water, a quick, light scrub,'s gone? How is that possible? After scrubbing my enamel stovetop in a fraction of the time with no scratches and better results, I became thoroughly convinced the contents of BKF is not of this realm. It's magic." –Bulb

    Price: $7.69

    24. A book by Danthan Auerbach about horrific childhood experiences that just might scare you more than your favorite horror movie.

    Promising review: "This book is ugly. It's ugly like a vaguely human shaped lump under an old, stained sheet. It's ugly like one singular child's shoe on the side of a deserted road. It's ugly like the feeling you get after waking up from a bad nightmare, where you've lost all the facts and why's but the discomfort and wrongness is still pointedly there and alive. Hands down, one of the best books I've ever read. I read it in one sitting, couldn't pull myself away from it, and was so struck by the time I was done that I didn't quite know what to do with myself afterwards. I desperately hope that Auerbach writes more, because this book absolutely blew my mind. It's painful, in a sick, sad aching way, at times. It's terrifying with a kind of silent solidarity that I've never really seen elsewhere. There's a strange hazy, almost dreamlike quality to so much of it that the nostalgia feels entirely too real, and you can nearly smell the dead summer air, the leaves, the rot." –N

    Price: $9.36

    25. And a dishwasher cleaner to revive your faith in the dishwasher's cleaning abilities, so all is well in the world.

    Promising review: "This stuff is amazing. It cleans, sanitizes, and deodorizes your dishwasher. It was recommended to me by a repairman and now I use it regularly. I had a sluggish dishwasher that wasn't totally draining. Instead of an expensive repair bill, try using this product. Maybe use it two or three times. It worked for me, and I have used it a second time for same issue. They say you should use it monthly to keep things running well." –J. Alban

    Price: $6.97

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