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    47 Things That'll Help Revive Almost Everything In Your Home In 2023

    Quick and easy fixes and upgrades that'll make a real, noticeable difference in your home — and none of them require a professional.

    1. Some cushion supports so you can turn back time on your slouchy sofa, and continue spending happy evenings there for years to come.

    a reviewer's couch showing the difference between a seat without the cushion, sinking into the couch, and a seat with the cushion, sitting where it's supposed to

    2. A battery-powered fabric shaver — no need to throw out a throw, pillow, chair, or any other piece of fabric just because it's started to pill! This quickly and easily pinches off those pesky little buggers to make your fabrics (including upholstery!) look brand new.

    A reviewer's armchair, half of it covered in nubby pills and labeled "before", the other half smooth, looking new, with no pills in sight

    3. Or a pill-removing stone because it'll work wonders to keep your favorite furniture and blankets (and clothes) looking new for years to come — just brush it over the fabric — all while barely ever wearing down itself.

    4. If your pillows are beyond saving with a shaver: a set of four velvet pillow covers that'll instantly make them look brand new, even if you've had them for longer than you can remember.

    a reviewer's grey couch with the goldish-yellow, off-white, burnt orange, and light blue pillow covers

    5. A can of Bar Keepers Friend powder cleanser to scrub off even the most impossible stains you never thought would come up, even with hardcore elbow grease.

    6. And the Bar Keepers Friend Cooktop Cleanser that eliminates the built-up residue on shower doors *and* the burnt-on grime on glass cooktop stoves.

    7. Or if you have no elbow grease to spare, three Drill Brushes because they'll transform essentially any grimy surface — from cooked-on grease on a stovetop to built-up dirt in a bathtub to the accumulated years of grime on tile and grout — without requiring any hard scrubbing on your part.

    A reviewer's before: with one panel of their glass shower door uncleaned and opaque with mineral and soap buildup; the other glass panel is clean and completely see-through

    8. A mold and mildew remover made from a no-odor gel that sticks and stays to your grout and caulking so it can actually do its job: banishing the grossness from your bathroom.

    reviewer's moldy grout and caulk before, and then bright white after using product

    9. A powerful no-rinse stain remover — it can conquer many of the seemingly impossible messes you throw at it. Simply spritz it on, wait a second, then blot it up to see most stains truly vanish like magic.

    10. And a leather stain remover spray because even though leather's usually relatively stain resistant, years with kids, pets, spouses, or just our own messy selves eventually take their toll, and this will basically give you a refund.

    11. Speaking of leather, a leather recoloring balm so you can spend many more years reading in your favorite chair, reveling in the afternoon sun, *without* having to put up with furniture that looks like it's on its last legs.

    12. A cute little brown sugar bear who just wants to soften up that impenetrable rock of brown sugar (and keep it perfectly soft and moist for ages), so you don't have to hack chunks off of it anytime you want to bake cookies.

    The small, flat terracotta bear next to a jar of brown sugar

    13. A bag of polyester stuffing you can use to give new life to your kiddo's favorite stuffed toys (or your bed or throw pillows that have seen better days).

    a stuffed elephant toy before, looking deflated, and after, looking fuller and revivied

    14. An all-in-one wood cleanser and polish to transport water- or heat- or pet-damaged furniture (or cabinets or wood floors) back to its former glory with just a coat or two.

    15. Or if your damage is more minimal, a set of furniture repair markers and wax sticks because some damage will practically vanish after a few quick swipes of the right color.

    16. A squeegee broom so you can extract years worth of built-up, embedded pet hair from your carpet and rugs (the kind that even your pet vacuum somehow doesn't touch) *and* easily sweep up the scattered bits from your hardwood or tile floors.

    17. A mini white noise machine with nonlooping audio to restore your bedroom to the place of peace it was when you first moved in. You'll finally get the solid night's sleep you deserve despite the fact that your new neighbors insist on loudly playing video games all through the night.

    The small hexagonal white noise machine on a bedside table; it has a power button, two volume buttons, and three buttons for choosing the sound

    18. A dishwasher-cleaning tablet — it works to disband the lime scale and mineral buildup preventing your dishes from actually getting as clean as possible.

    19. A bottle of makeup brush and sponge shampoo that will break up all the various layers of stubborn foundation, contour, concealer, powder, and eye makeup that's embedded itself in your tools. Even the ones you use most often will look fresh out of their packaging in no time!

    Before: A reviewer's makeup sponge, which is dark brown after many uses; and after: the same sponge, now light orange and clean

    20. An enamel paint designed specifically to refresh metal surfaces — like fridges, washers and dryers, metal bed frames, and bathtubs — that have been scratched or rusted over the years.

    21. A peel-'n'-stick PVC tile backsplash because you can install it on a Sunday afternoon to instantly make your kitchen, bathroom, or laundry room feel a bit more modern.

    22. A set of garage door magnets to instantly add, like, $500 worth of curb appeal with less than 10 minutes of work. It'll probably be the easiest thing you'll do all day!

    reviewer's two garages before, just plain white, and after, with the faux hardware

    23. A tube of patch and primer — it features a piece of sanding pad on the top of the cap and a putty knife on the other end, so you can repair that little hole your doorknob handle put in your wall that miiiight only be there because you enthusiastically throw the door open to greet your wiggling, overjoyed, 9-year-old pup everyday when you get home from work.

    24. And a set of airtight paint touch-up pens to easily cover up those small drywall repairs or pretty much any other scratches, scuffs, or stains that refuse to clean off any other way.

    25. An oil stain remover that works wonders on basically any kind of stone (whether it's untreated *or* sealed and polished) because you shouldn't have to live with the consequences of that one leaky bottle of olive oil.

    A reviewer's four steps: 1 an oil stain on untreated marble, 2 apply thick amount of product 3 let dry for 72 hrs 4 scrape away and the stain is gone

    26. A waterproof, heat- and cold-resistant, flexible, moldable rubbery glue called Sugru so you can make dozens of tiny fixes, like saving those expensive cables and chargers so they can live to fight another day (or lots of other random little tasks, like fixing a plastic dino's boo-boo).

    27. A stainless steel cleaner and polish because all you have to do is spray it on then wipe it off to reveal a sparkling clean, fingerprint-free kitchen, zero real effort required.

    28. A rust stain remover spray perfect for anything coated in a thin crust of orange — a few sprays and a final wipe of this stuff will actually make your shower, sink, and tub look exactly like they did the day they were first installed.

    29. A handheld knife sharpener because it will fiercely hone each and every blade you own until they're back to their peak, like-new sharpness that makes it a thousand times easier to slice and dice.

    hands holding the two-slot sharpener on the corner of a counter (as designed), pulling a knife through

    30. A drain millipede covered with thousands of micro-hooks to grab every last bit of the hair and gunk slowing down your sink and tub drains, so they actually flow freely again.

    31. A long-handled scrub brush designed to clean off decks, patios, and porches, but reviewers also swear by it for tile, concrete, marble, and shower floors, plus all the grout that inevitably comes with that! They say it's just stiff enough without being too stiff that it scratches, and you won't have to bend over to get the job done.

    the black rectangular brush with a handle

    32. A pack of bubbling cleaning tablets because you simply plop one into any permanently stained mug, coffee pot, slow cooker, or tumbler to fizz out stains, odors, and gunk with literally no elbow grease or scrubbing required.

    A reviewer's reusable coffee tumbler before: stained brown and after: clean, silver, and stain-free

    33. A fume-free oven cleaner — it will erase the evidence of all those years of delicious baked goods, frozen pizzas, and bacon with one overnight treatment.

    34. Or if you want something a bit less harsh: an oven scrub cleaner made from pumice, baking soda, sodium citrate, two kinds of plant-based cleaners, and eucalyptus, peppermint, lemon, and tea tree essential oils. It may require a tad more elbow grease, but it'll still get the job 100% done.

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