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    30 Cleaning Products That Are Practically Begging To Clean Your Home

    🎶 It's about damn time 🎶 —Your home

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    1. A pack of dishwasher-cleaning tablets formulated to penetrate, dissolve, and remove odor-causing residue. You'd be surprised how dirty your dishwasher actually is. Just use it once a month on any model and you'll have the cleanest dishwasher in all the land.

    Reviewer photo of a dishwasher with grime
    Reviewer photo of the same dishwasher without grime

    Promising review: "Convenient, easy, quick way to keep the dishwasher fresh and working at peak performance." —Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of six tablets from Amazon for $8.99+ (available in multiple packs).

    2. A washable grooming glove because aren't we tired of our pets releasing their pesky little furs all over the place every time they turn their heads? I use this every single day on our cats and it's helped minimize the amount of fur my vacuum has to suck up.

    The grooming glove full of hair in front of a French bulldog
    AnaMaria Glavan / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "This glove has made getting the hair off my dog a breeze. Also, there is less hair to sweep from the floor." —TM

    Get it from Amazon for $6.79 (available in two colors).

    3. A bottle of wood polish to enhance the natural beauty in all of your wood (it's not just for wood floors!) by feeding it with oils, preventing it from drying and fading. It'll make your adult self *so* proud.

    It adds a protective coating of carnauba wax and beeswax to your wood. 

    Promising review: "This product is worth every penny and goes a very long way. We had tired oak floors that haven’t been refinished in over 50 years. They were dried out and washed out. This product took away decades in an hour with a few rags and a lot of elbow grease. One word of caution: Floors are very slippery for a few days after use. Be very careful walking around. As a bonus, it smells amazing. It has a natural orange peel smell that is fresh and clean and not at all harsh or chemical. Highly, highly recommend." —GMD

    Get an 8-ounce bottle from Amazon for $8.08+ (available in a larger size).

    4. A microwave steam cleaner that is probably exactly what you look like when you see all the stubborn crud that's been building up inside of your microwave.

    reviewer photo of the cleaner in a dirty microwave
    reviewer photo of the same microwave, now clean

    Just fill 'er with vinegar and let the microwave run for seven minutes!

    Promising review: "Crazy how easy this is to use and it works wonders. Cleaning the microwave used to be my least favorite thing to clean. Now it’s a breeze. Just make sure to use white distilled vinegar!" —Kelly

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in four colors).

    5. A ChomChom roller to gather up the pet hair that's accumulated on your chair from your fur baby making it their bed when you got up to use the bathroom. It also has a little compartment that stores the fur for easy cleaning!

    A before photo of a chair with fur on it
    An after photo of a chair without fur on it
    Reviewer is holding the Chom Chom, showing the compartment holding all the fur it just picked up
    A gif of a reviewer using the chom chom roller

    Promising review: "I have had many different pet hair rollers and this beats everything hands down. The compartment that traps the hair is genius. With many pet hair removal tools the hair sort of flies in the air a little, you have handfuls, or have to clean the brush on something...this baby traps the fur in a little compartment that is easy to empty. I sent links to this product to lots of my friends who are owned by cats and told them it will be life-changing." —DLB

    Get it from Amazon for $28.95.

    6. A foaming garbage disposal cleaner because honestly, you'd be surprised at how dirty your disposal probably is but you ignore because it's dark and scary down there.

    reviewer photo of the cleaner at work in a sink
    reviewer photo of the same sink now clean

    Keep in mind though that this cleans your disposal — if your disposal's clogged, you might need the plumber for that!

    Promising review: "Took a little to figure it out but once I did it was magical. I had to push the packet in further than the instructions said but other than that it was a breeze. It got stuff out of my sink I didn’t know was there (probably from the previous tenants) and got rid of the major gnat problem I had." —Nat K.

    Get a pack of four from Amazon for $4.25 (available in a pack of 24).

    7. A jetted tub cleaner to clean the parts of your tub you just can't reach. It'll flush out body oils, soap scum, and those questionable black flakes that gunk up the jets.

    Reviewer photo of a tub with brown grime foaming to the top
    Reviewer photo of the tub looking cleaner and filled with clean water

    All you need to do is full your tub with warm water, add the solution, and run your jets!

    Promising review: "Works better than anything else we have tried on our six-foot jetted hot tub. We have well water with lots of minerals. Oh Yuk gets the crud out fast and rinses easy. Been using it for three years and nothing else comes close." —Linda

    Get it from Amazon for $17.84 or Subscribe & Save for $16.06/month.

    8. A dryer lint vacuum attachment, because much to our surprise, lint can actually get stuck *inside* the dryer. This will give you some peace of mind, knowing you won't have a random dryer fire started!

    It can fit mosts, if not all, vacuums *and* has a flexible neck to make it easy to grab those extra hard-to-reach places. 

    Promising review: "I clean out my dryer vent every other load and I never could get the lint that would fall below. It started to build up so I thought I’d give this attachment a try and boy was it worth it! Not only inexpensive but super easy to use. Highly recommend this product." —B.Garcia

    Get it from Amazon for $11.95+ (available in three colors).

    9. A Clorox toilet wand with disposable scrubby heads that come preloaded with cleaner so you can wipe the whole bowl with one hand and just toss the head out.

    A reviewer before/after of a toilet with severe brown staining, and the same toilet completely clean
    A product image showing the three steps for using the wand: 1. Click the head on 2. Swish it in the toilet 3. Toss the head in the trash

    Promising review: "You ever look at your toilet brush in disgust and resentment? How's a dirty used up brush sitting in your throne room? You clean your bathroom but then you put that sucker down in its place and it's just like, mocking you. It's never truly immaculate. Never knowing true cleanliness. Fear no more. Now you can shine the porcelain throne and not have to worry about a used-up toilet brush mocking your clean, sparkling bathroom. Gone are the days of breathing in dirty poop particles from the reusable potty-cleaning brush thingy. Clorox Toilet Wand is the answer to your prayers if you want an easy, deep-cleaning, toss-away-after-you're-done type contraption for that porcelain throne of yours. Fast, cheap, and easy. Just like... How we like to clean." —Juliana

    Get the kit (one wand and six scrubbers) from Amazon for $9.38 — and get a 30-pack of scrubber refills from Amazon for $19.29).

    10. Or a pumice stone that'll remove stains, hard water rings, lime scale, and rust buildup on even the ickiest of toilets.

    Reviewer's toilet with intense stained around the bottom of the toilet bowl
    The same toilet completely clean

    Promising review: "I have a 19-year-old master bathroom toilet that had accumulated some nasty stains over time that regular toilet brushes and cleaning products just would not remove. I decided to try this pumice stone, figuring that the worst that could happen would be that it scratched the porcelain and I'd have to replace the toilet. Which was what I would have had to have done anyway if I couldn't get the disgusting stains out. The pumice stone worked like a charm! Given the nature and severity of the stains, it required some elbow grease, but 10 minutes later I have a new-looking bowl, and I see no signs of scratching. I am very happy with this purchase — well worth the very low price!" —Happy Retiree

    Get it from Amazon for $9.01 (available in multipacks).

    11. A makeup brush shampoo because you use your brushes every day and your face deserves clean products. Bonus: It's cruelty-free *and* vegan!

    a review photo of a before and after cleaning of a beauty blender sponge
    Reviewer before and after photo of their makeup brush dirty and then clean

    This bad boy is hypoallergenic, water-based, plant-based, *and* dermatologist tested.

    Promising review: "This cleanser is great! It fully removes all makeup from the brushes without leaving them feeling beat up (I'm not the most gentle when it comes to cleaning brushes). I use a thick foundation that soaks heavily into the bristles, but this removed it all. At first I thought it was a bit thin, but after using it, a little bit goes a long way. It has a nice lather, but very nicely and easily rinses out. I use this with the MelodySusie Big Size Brush Cleaner scrubby from Amazon. I was able to clean my brushes much faster than normal, and I feel more confident that I got all the makeup off the bristles. This has a very slight (not strong at all) scent of grapefruit. It's refreshing without me having to worry about it irritating my face or leaving a fragrance left on my brushes." —Kryssy

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    12. A handheld vacuum for when you need to clean up their go-to spot, but don't feel like whipping out a huge bulky vacuum. This is perfect for hard-to-reach places or small areas, like their bed.

    Reviewer before photo of a blue faux fur rug covered in cat crumbs, dirt, and dander
    Reviewer photo of their black cat on top of the blue faux fur rug
    Reviewer photo of the blue faux fur rug completely clean

    Promising review: "I have a long-haired terrier, and her hair is on everything. I was looking for a vacuum for our furniture. This product works wonders on our recliner and our microfiber couch. One complaint people have is the high-powered output of air (which is true), but for the purpose of removing pet hair from furniture it is not an issue." —Chad Kretschmer

    Get it from Amazon for $30.99.

    13. A natural tile and tub cleaner that will dissolve soap scum and hard-water stains so well, you might actually be able to take baths without feeling icky about it. "Hi, Lush? Hold the bath bombs, I'm on my way." —Definitely you.

    Reviewer photo of their dirty shower floor
    Reviewer photo of their clean shower floor

    It's made with plant-based cleaning agents — that means no added dyes, synthetic fragrances, or harsh, hard-to-pronounce ingredients! Plus it's cruelty free *and* smells like tea tree and eucalyptus. It's basically perfect.

    Promising review: "I have an old shower/bathtub. I tried name brand shower cleaners and bleach to try and clean the soap scum off the tiles and tub. I had no luck and I would cough and get sick because of how strong the smell was. I thought I would try this to save my lungs. I sprayed my entire shower and left it for about 15 min. Came back and rinsed off the walls and they were shiny! I've never had such a clean shower. The smell is amazing and subtle. All I smell is tea tree and it didn't affect me at all. The price is also a good deal since the bottle is pretty large. It came with the sprayer separate and the bottle sealed so it wouldn't leak in the box. I highly recommend this!" —Amber Erwin

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $13.04+ or Subscribe & Save for $12.39/month (available in larger sizes).

    14. Cleaning cups for your Keurig because you'd be surprised at how much old coffee gunk has been building up inside that bad boy. No, really. You will be surprised *and* use this all the time.

    Reviewer photo of a Keurig machine with a cup under it filled with brown water
    Reviewer photo of three jars with dirty water in them, each one lighter than the other

    Promising review: "Okay, so these cleaner pods are awesome! I didnt know how gross our Keurig was until today. I would suggest running two or three rinse cycles instead of the recommended one. But it's still an awesome product for the price!" —Mads0421

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $9.95.

    15. A scratch-free scraper that can get into all the little nooks and crevices around the house you've been anxious to clean.

    You can scrape off grime, grease, labels, stickers, dried-up food, candle wax, and so much more!

    Promising review: "This is the greatest cleaning tool invented! I love it! I had tried every tip to get rid of the hard-water buildup around my sinks and this little gizmo gets rid of it in a breeze. Everyone should have one. So simple and so brilliant." —Debra J.

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $11.99 (also available as a pack of five).

    16. A fabric defuzzer so you can make your old furniture look brand new by removing all those unwanted fuzzies! Bonus: you can also do clothing!

    Check out our write-up of this magical fabric defuzzer! The battery-operated model requires two AA batteries that aren't included, but you can buy some right here!

    Promising review: "Okay, I don’t normally rave about things like this. I bought this on a whim in a last attempt to save my favorite duvet cover. The pills had gotten to the point where it was seriously uncomfortable to sleep with them getting all up in my leg space. I thought I was going to have to get a new duvet cover entirely. Along came this lil' baby. Not only is my duvet cover basically brand new, but I have found a new hobby. I’m depilling everything. Sweatshirts, leggings, blankets, socks, anything that looks like it needs some love. It does the job quickly and leaves everything looking fresh. Hi, I’m obsessed. I can’t stop. I should send this back. I’ve started asking if my neighbors need anything depilled. I’m going to buy one of these for everyone in my life. Everyone needs to own this. Take it away from me." —Sydney Jensen

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in six colors and two styles).

    17. A pet hair detailer to really get into the hard-to-reach places that your pets somehow always manage to fill with their fur. I swear it's their life's goal to leave behind as much fur as possible.

    Reviewer before photo of their car covered in dog fur
    Reviewer photo of the car seat without any fur
    Reviewer photo of the detailer

    Promising review: "There's one chair in my home that was always the cat's chair. Not because she sits in it all the time-- her love for it comes and goes-- but because the giant pillow cushion that is its base was absolutely impregnated with cat hair, so no reasonable person would ever want to sit on it. I have vacuumed this chair hundreds of times. I have gone over it with lint brushes and sticky paper rolls and all that. The surface layer of loose cat hair would come off, but there was like a sedimented layer of cat hair that seemed to have fused with the pillow and would not come off no matter what I did. So there was this big piece of furniture in my living room, taking up a bunch of space, that was only ever used by one very small cat. I got one of these brush detailers. I vacuumed the cushion like usual, then started using the detailer. The cat hair came off. THE CAT HAIR CAME OFF. I vacuumed off the clumps of cat hair, went at it with the detailer some more, and in less than 5 minutes had cleaned the cushion of this chair better than it had been cleaned in probably 3 years. It's now... just a cushion. The chair is a chair that I could reasonably ask a human to use. I can't believe I ceded ownership of this chair to a cat who honestly isn't even that into it for so many years when I could have just been hitting it with this stupid rubber brush thing all along." —SP

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95.

    18. A leather cleaner and conditioner because leather is cool and sleek, but it's not immune to stains — especially if you're clumsy *and* love coffee.

    Reviewer photo of a worn down seat cushion with denim transfer stains
    The same cushion looking less stained and fresh

    It works on any color of leather you happen to own, from beige to gray to black! First you go in to remove the dirt with the cleaner, then follow up with the no-rinse conditioner, which leaves the leather lightly shined and super soft. Bonus: You can use this on other leather goods you own, not just your seats!

    Promising review: "The stuff is amazing and absolutely worth buying. First I applied leather cleaner and allowed it to sit for a few minutes. Then I took a towel to remove dirt. Next I used my hands to rub the leather treatment in cracks and stitches, and took a small clean cloth to wipe residue off. My leather never looked this good. About a half-bottle left after applying on Acura TL, Nissan Armada SUV, F-350 pickup, and Harley Davidson leather seat. Placed the cloth in a sealed Ziploc bag to reuse again. Best leather treatment I have found." —Spiderman

    Get the kit from Amazon for $24.99.

    19. A jewelry cleaning jar perfect for restoring your favorite pieces back to the way they looked the day you got them in just a few short minutes. The fun part is realizing you've been walking around wearing tarnished jewelry and didn't realize it. "I thought this was gold!" —me, to my silver bracelet

    For stones like ruby, sapphire, topaz, amethyst, aquamarine, garnet, peridot and many other non-porous precious and semi-precious gems, do not leave the item in the basket to soak. Just dip these in the solution, then use a small brush to clean the jewelry, and rinse it off. Please also note this should not be used on pearls! It includes a basket for easily dropping in and removing pieces put in the solution.

    Promising review: "This stuff its amazing! I cleaned all my jewelry in under 20 minutes. I read a review that said this stuff doesn't work and that it ruined a watch, I believed they left the watch in the liquid for too long. When I tell you it's five seconds, it's five seconds. If you leave the jewelry for more than that, It will be ruined. This stuff works wonders. Also, it smells like rotten eggs, but it works! I had bought a bunch of ALEX AND ANI bracelets that are cooper and after a little while they look awful. I was very disappointed because each bracelet is about $35. So, I submerged them for five seconds and MAGIC!!" —maria rosello

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in multiple styles).

    20. Or a jewelry cleaning brush because you'd be surprised at how dingy your jewelry actually is. It's time to let your ring 🎵 shine bright like a (literal) diamond 🎵.

    A before and after of the writer's engagement ring cleaned with the brush
    Stephanie Hope / BuzzFeed

    The Amazon listing also suggests buying a polishing cloth to apply an anti-tarnish barrier on your silver, protecting it from any future build-up!

    Promising review: "I worked several years in a fine jewelry store that sold this product. We used the dazzle stick from time to time to add a quick shine to merchandise that was just tried on and on days our jeweler was not there to professionally clean items. I was always impressed with the instant shine the diamond stick provided. The brush tip is very helpful for getting under the stones and in the setting where gunk builds up reducing that brilliant shine. I recently got engaged and immediately purchased a diamond dazzle stick of my own. It's the perfect way to quickly give my ring some shine before leaving the house. You simply brush, rinse, dry and go. I don't feel this product replaces the need to professionally clean your jewelry every now and then, but it does help with the maintenance of that new shiny sparkle." —Amazon customer

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in multiple packs).

    Check out my coworker's Diamond Dazzle Stik review for more deets!

    21. An all-surface cleaning scrub that is non-abrasive to easily clean all kinds of surfaces such as tile, grout, sinks, oven tops, bathrooms — you name it!

    A BuzzFeed writer's dirty stove
    The writer cleaning the stove top
    The writer's stove top looking completely clean
    Sally Elshorafa / BuzzFeed

    It's vegan, cruelty-free, gluten free, and has no synthetic fragrances or preservatives!

    Humble Suds is a woman-owned small business based out of Evergreen Colorado that focuses on natural, plant-based cleaning products for the home.

    Promising review: "This is so much better than Comet. I love the way this smells and I REALLY love that there are NO chemicals. And cleaning is a breeze. My oven shines so bright! I buy these products as gifts for the folks who don’t know about this stuff." —Beverly Williams

    Get it from Humble Suds for $5.50+ (available in three sizes) or on Etsy for $14.95+ (available in two sizes).