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    32 Products Under $10 That Parents Actually Swear By

    From baby proofing products to parenting hack gadgets — we've found a selection of budget-friendly items that are genuinely useful.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A squirting spoon with a squeezable silicone pouch that'll make feeding your baby pureed meals cleaner and easier both at home and on-the-go.

    Baby being spoon fed with squeezable spoon with food inside

    2. A magnetic dry erase board your kiddos can use while doing schoolwork. You can also use this as a message board for family announcements or grocery lists.

    3. A car trash can sure to save the day (and your upholstery) from suckers, soda bottles, and all the other sticky substances your kids sneak into the car.

    Collapsable fabric trash bin with handles wrapped around passenger seat and sealed top

    4. A daily closet organizer you can keep in your kiddo's room. If they've struggled getting themselves dressed in the past, this can seriously simplify your stressful morning routine.

    5. Or a pack of baby clothes dividers for organizing your newborn's outfits by month — making sure you have the clothes you need when baby Daisy starts growing like a weed.

    6. A magnetic visual timer that'll help kids see how much time they have left to work on homework, clean their room, be in the bath, etc. This is here to keep your home from being filled with the shrill cries of "Are we done yet?!" every 32 seconds.

    Reviewer's timer on fridge with red space indicating 10 minutes to go

    7. A rubber ducky bath spout cover that's gonna keep your kiddo from ~quacking~ their head open on the hard faucet if they're rather squirmy during bath time.

    8. A pack of six reusable sandwich bags — an eco-friendly choice for keeping easy-to-grab snacks in the fridge or simply saving money on disposable plastic bags if your family prefers packed lunches.

    Person holding baggie with blueberries in front of fridge with several matching bags stored upright behind it

    9. A pack of wart bandages formulated with a salicylic acid that'll kill off warts deep at the root. Plus, these are made with self-adhesive, waterproof strips (i.e. these'll be *much* easier to actually keep on your kid).

    Before, during, after progression pic of reviewer's knee with a large wart. The after pic shows no wart after using the bandages.

    10. A silicone teether sure to soothe breast-fed babes when nursing is a habit you are trying to ~nip~ in the bud.

    11. A storage sack that'll fit over their chair and keep things neat and tidy, which is no small feat if their classroom is also their playroom right now.

    Two chairs with name tags, two large pockets for storing notebooks and other big items, with two pencil pockets, one large enough for scissors, and another for a phone

    12. A water-resistant smock — an outfit-saving solution that's gonna make art time with your toddler a whole lot more tolerable.

    Child eating while wearing tee style smock with short sleeves and food-catching pocket in center

    13. A drywall repair kit to save your walls from the "save" your goalie made the *one* time you let your kids play ball in the house.

    Reviewer's before and after showing a small dent in their wall, and the after photo showing how the kit fixed it with no hole

    14. A 10-pack of mini Play-Doh that's nontoxic, nonirritating, nonallergenic, *and* comes in recyclable packaging for eco-conscious folks who want their kids playing with something Mother Nature will love as much as they do.

    15. A turning cabinet lock for keeping babies (both human and fur) from digging inside your cabinets.

    A locking system on the outside of two drawers. One has a round knob and the other has a turning handle that closes around the knob, blocking the doors together to prevent them from opening.

    16. A pack of iron-on clothing labels so your kid's stuff is always clearly labeled during sleepovers, inside class cubbies, and on camping trips.

    17. An incentive chart you can customize with stickers, markers, and more. No matter what you use, this eye-catching reminder will be there when your kids deserve recognition for a job well done.

    Comic strip themed graph chart with child's name and stickers. There are space to write the days of the week and seven days with five week's worth of spaces.

    18. A baby-safe curling and twisting custard that'll give any baby blessed with a full head of curls a fashion-savvy style worth showing off.

    19. A toilet safety seal — a solution for anyone who has been down in the ~dumps~ over their baby discovering the toilet tank and mistaking it for a splash pad. It's super not.

    Reviewer's toilet with seal on back of lid and pressed against tank

    20. A wood finish stain marker to fill in scratches from the ice skates, cleats, and roller blades your kids never seem to take off. You didn't even know they owned ice skates...AND YET.

    21. A site word Bingo game that'll help make those frustrating early reader lessons a lot more fun.

    Word board with chips, cards, and packaging

    22. A pack of corner guards — a babyproofing solution sure to make sharp surfaces safe while still letting your style stay sharp.

    23. A pack of nonslip bathtub stickers for preventing any ~slip-ups~ during bath time.

    Twelve white lines placed horizontally in the tub to prevent slipping while standing in the bath

    24. A super spiffy laundry bar – it's gonna totally raise the ~bar~ on your laundry game forever more. Look at those snow white pants. That dirt never stood a chance!

    Reviewer's before-and-after image after using the bar to remove tons of dirt stains from baseball pants

    25. A pair of safety straps that'll keep your heavy furniture (or television sets) from being pulled down by your tiny mountain climber.

    Two strong straps drilled into the wall and the large furniture in front of it to prevent the furniture from being pulled down

    26. A pack of timed tests for kids working on multiplication who could use a new take on times tables.

    100 Days of Timed Tests

    27. An adjustable, silicone pocket bib you can toss on your kiddo before they toss their lunch all over their brand spankin' new sweater.

    28. A diaper cream applicator to keep your fingers from getting greasy when they have some rather ~crappy~ business to attend to.

    Silicone applicator suctioned to table while person presses down on flat round application side to show soft flexibility from material

    29. A four-pack of finger pinch guards you can attach to any part of your door to keep them open at all times. No hurt fingers in your house!

    A squishy guard place at the top of a door so that it stays open at all times

    30. A bug bite suction tool that'll remove bits of insect saliva and other irritants after a bug bite. This thing is a saving grace for parents with kids who are ~bugged~ by being outside when mosquitoes are out.

    Reviewer before and after with red, swollen bug bite healed after use

    31. A suction silicone placemat to stick to the table so you and your kiddo are able to stick to your quick lunchtime schedule. There's no time for thrown food today, Toddler!

    Dinosaur-shaped mat with three divided sections for separating food

    32. And finally, a lint roller sure to delight A-type teens who like looking *just so* or for A-type parents who know a kid could always use a quick once-over with a lint roller.

    Handheld lint roller with fuzz-covered end being removed

    Life before getting your hands on one of those alien-antenna lookin' pacifiers:

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