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1. A bug bite suction tool that lets you gently extract at least some of the pesky venom that makes the bite itch, so even if the bite doesn't go away completely, you don't feel such an urge to scratch.
2. A security stamp because personal information seems to be on everything these days, and this roller will let you block yours out on paid bills, credit card offers, and anywhere else you find it.
3. A 12-bits-in-one ratcheting screwdriver that you'll regularly pull out to make all kinds of quick little repairs.
4. A pack of LED dimming sheets because your computer charger, internet router, and other electronics have exactly zero business keeping you awake at night (or even just annoying you) with their overly bright lights — and same goes for any *new* electronics you bring into the house. When that happens, run 'em by The Drawer to tone down those brights.
5. A Diamond Dazzle Stik, which will clean all your jewelry so it shines like it's brand new with just a few swipes and a rinse.
6. A liquid plastic welding tool that you can use to repair all kinds of things you wouldn't be able to otherwise because it doesn't work like glue. Instead, you precisely apply a tiny bit of plastic exactly where you need it, then cure it with a little UV light.
7. A little metal stamp dispenser — it snugly fits a roll of 100 Forever stamps so it doesn't unravel, meaning you can always know where your stamps are *and* easily grab one, no matter how long it's been since you last stuck something in the snail mail.
8. A set of two balancing caps with multiple adapters included, so you can screw them onto almost any bottle (like sauces, lotions, and bulk hand soap) and use every last drop.
9. And a set of two miniature spatulas designed to scrape out any stuck bits of your favorite condiments and makeup from even the tiniest nooks and crannies.
10. A semi-adjustable blinds dusting tool with washable microfiber that'll also squish to clean your car's air vents — it can dust both sides of two blinds at once, which might just cut your blinds-dusting time in half. And because it's at your fingertips, you'll know just where the perfect tool is the moment you spot a dust bunny.
11. A battery box because while you may no longer go through AAs like you did in the '90s and '00s, you do need a couple every once in a while, and this will give you one designated spot to find 'em.
12. A super-soft microfiber cloth tucked into a tiny pouch that protects it from misc dirt and grime, meaning you can reliably reach for it for when you need to de-smear your glasses, phone, computer screen, or camera lens.
13. A set of four compact organizers — they may be designed for beads, but they're perfect to repurpose for nails, brads, paper clips, coins, random screws, and all the other small pieces of hardware that have found a home in that drawer.
14. A pet brush with retractable bristles so you can seriously cut down on your feline or Fido's shedding without spending more than ten seconds cleaning up the aftermath.
15. A dual-sided electronics cleaning brush with one end that's gentle enough to dust even that itty bitty space between your keyboard keys, and another end that's designed to delicately scrape away all kinds of built-up dirt from the tiniest crevices.
16. A pair of super sharp nail clippers with a built-in nail catcher, so you can take care of a hangnail the moment you notice it — and don't have to watch it or any other clippings catapult across the room, never to be found again.
17. A pack of adorable woodland animal bag clips who just want to help keep all your favorite snacks as fresh as can be.
18. A non-slip rubber jar-opener so you can effortlessly tackle the stubbornest of lids with just a simple twist.
19. Or a six-in-one tool designed to make all kinds of things less frustrating to open. Besides jars, it easily tackles pull-tabs on cans, lids on soda bottles, chip and snack bags, those little plastic pull-tab seals on sauces, and your traditional beer cap.
20. Sticky Nag Notes so you can actually remember to do that thing you meant to do — what was it, again? — by putting reminders wherever you'll actually see them.
21. A pack of four pliers that are basically essential if you don't own something similar already. They can help fix broken jewelry in a pinch, cut wire for your kid's random science project, and give you extra grip whenever you need it.
22. Or a pliers multi-tool — it doubles as a wire stripper, four flat- and Phillips-head screwdrivers, an awl, a file, a ruler, a can opener, a bottle opener, and a small knife (with smooth and serrated sections), so you don't have to dig through the ~big toolbox~ anytime you run into something small.
23. A handheld label maker so you can have everything in your home extra-organized in no time, from storage bins to the pantry to individual cords to sports equipment.
24. Four tiny single-use Super Glues because when you need 'em, you never need more than a few drops at a time, and the bigger tubes inevitably dry out far too soon.
25. A small bottle of red-wine stain remover so you don't have to worry one bit if someone gets a little messy with their merlot.
26. And of course, a set of interlocking drawer organizers to keep all your new useful products nice and neat and orderly.
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