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1.A bleach-free washing machine cleaner, so you can wipe out mineral build-up, mold, and that dank "old washing machine" smell, without any scrubbing —just pop it in and run a regular wash cycle.
2.A spray-and-wipe lime remover, because it is time to annihilate the lime stains in your tub, weird calcium deposits on your showerhead, and gross soap scum on your shower door.
3.A washable slipcover, for when it's time to update your old recliner (or just cover some really insurmountable wine stains). It comes in four separate parts, so you can get a snug, fitted look on every section of your chair.
4.A weekly shower-cleaning treatment that'll keep your tub and tile free of mold, mildew, soap scum, and all manner of yuckery — just spray once a week after showering, let it sit, rinse, and you're good! No need to even scrub.
5.A rust stain remover so you can get gnarly orange/brown discolorations out of your white toilets, showers, and sinks (but make sure to only use it on porcelain, not metal).
6.Decorative window film, because sometimes you can't install curtains, but still want to increase your privacy and give your room some softer sunlight.
9.A nail hole filler that doesn't require a putty knife or any other tools — just squeeze the liquid into the holes you made hanging that Mamma Mia 2 poster, clean up any extra spackle, let it dry, and BAM! you're getting that security deposit back.
10.A kit to help you safely change high-up lightbulbs, so you never again have to balance on a rickety ladder (or decide you're just gonna live with a burned-out bulb). The kit includes a pole that extends to 11 feet, bulb-grabbing and suction tools, and even a duster attachment.
11.A wood scratch cover liquid for repairing damage to your floor and furniture caused by chairs, pets, water, or just daily life — a coat or two and the scratches are invisible.
13.An expandable shelf, because why live with a so-tall-it's-full-of-wasted-space cabinet, when you could transform it into extra shelving?
14.A heavy duty, no-scrub oven cleaner, for when you need to cut through layers of food-related grime, but don't want to spend hours scouring — just spray, let it sit, and then wipe away all the schmutz.
16.A stainless steel cleaner that doesn't require heavy polishing—just spray and wipe away fingerprints, grease stains, and dullness from your refrigerators, sinks, stovetops and other steel items.
17.A mold and mildew cleaner for when you need to erase all of the nasty mold on your bathroom caulking in just a few minutes (after all, who wants to spend more than a few minutes staring at that stuff?).
18.A dishwasher cleaning tablet, because you need to sweep away limescale, mineral buildup, mold, and all manner of ickiness in order for your washer to clean thoroughly.
19.A fabric scent refresher, for curtains, carpets, or that couch you've had since college that definitely ~smells~ like you've had it since college.
20.A bottle of grout coating, so you can turn your stained bathroom grout white again (there's only so much scrubbing can do, after all).
21.An angled brush, because you need help to conquer the inner corners of your stove, between-tile grime, and other hard-to-reach, yucko areas of the house.
22.A steam mop, for when you want to deep-clean your floors and pick up all the dirt that traditional mops miss.
23.No-scrub carpet-cleaning pads that don't even require you to use your hands — just pop the pad down on the stain, stomp it, leave it there for a few hours to soak up the stain, and then throw it out.
24.A nonabrasive cooktop cleaner to get all the spilled and burnt food off your glorious glass stove top, but you also need to keep that stove top from getting scratched.
25.Goo Gone adhesive remover, for when you want to clean any hard surface of gum, glue, tape, wax, or bumper stickers that seemed funny in 2015 but now make zero sense.
26.A pack of Mr. Clean Magic Erasers, so you can remove scuff marks from the floor, baked-in grease from the kitchen, even pen and crayon stains from the walls.
27.Or if you need to clean up a really tight, really dirty area, a pack of Mr. Clean Magic Eraser sheets, which are much thinner than normal Magic Erasers, so they can fit into tiny spaces, around corners, or under rims.
29.Leather conditioning wipes to quickly clean leather furniture and increase its flexibility with natural oils that prevent cracking, without messing around with a bunch of weird rags.
30.A Clorox toilet wand with a sponge head preloaded with cleaner, so you can wipe away all the stains and mineral build-up that your regular brush misses (and when you're done, you can just throw the head away).
31.And a mold, mildew and algae remover that is formulated specifically for patio furniture, brickwork, vinyl siding, sidewalks, and other outdoor items that can get a bit mold-o-rific.
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