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    41 Products For Anyone Who Loves A Neat Home As Much As They Hate Cleaning

    Because cleaning doesn't have to be an awful experience.

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    1. A pack of dishwasher-cleaning tablets to make sure your dishwasher is clean enough to, well, clean the dishes. One tab removes lime and mineral buildup, which causes streaking on glassware and water spots on ceramics.

    2. A bottle of Method's nontoxic and plant-based all-purpose cleaner that'll easily tackle everyday messes (it works especially well on kitchen grease and grime!). Avoid a marathon cleaning session by using this everyday cleaner to take on spills and other unpleasantness before they solidify and become more difficult to remove. This one smells like grapefruit, and I can personally confirm that the smell is absolutely divine.

    A person holds up a bottle of the cleaner

    3. A rolling laundry sorter to make it easier on everyone (especially the person who actually does the laundry) by separating dirty stuff into four bags. The bags come without the labels, and reviewers say you can easily write whatever you want on yours with a pack of stencils and a permanent marker.

    reviewer photo showing laundry organizer that they stenciled with the words dark, color, white, and towel

    4. A dryer lint brush because you'd be shocked at how much lint is residing in your dryer gap and exhaust port. And once it's out? Your clothes will dry SO MUCH FASTER.

    reviewer photo showing the dryer lint brush next to a pile of dust and lint on their dryer

    5. A storage ottoman for stashing away less frequently used items. A lot of us live in smaller apartments, so it's nice to have hidden storage that doubles as furniture.

    6. A scrap trap to make sure food prep doesn't result in a huge mess — just chop up your ingredients and push them into this lil' bucket. It fits over the drawer or door so you don't have to give up valuable countertop space.

    reviewer photo showing scrap trap attached to their lower cabinets filled with apple peels and cores

    7. A broom and mop organizer you can put on an empty wall to keep all your cleaning tools neatly organized and off the floor. They'll also be out of sight and out of mind, which is exactly what you need if you hate cleaning and don't want to see the tools it requires on an everyday basis (we're talking about you, broom that's shoved in the space between the fridge and the wall).

    reviewer photo showing the organizer with a broom, Swiffer, and even a drill attached to it

    8. Or, a pack of individual broom holders that allow you to make a more custom storage arrangement. This is especially great if you have some tools that are wider at one end.

    reviewer photo showing the individual clips arranged on a wall to hold a brom, Swiffer, duster and tire pump

    9. A cabinet door organizer to store all your cutting boards and food storage wrap boxes. If you have a tiny kitchen, make sure you utilize all available space with organizers like this one.

    10. A steam cleaner for hard floors for keeping your floors shiny, sanitized, and clean. It works on hardwood and wood laminate, tile, and marble, and will easily remove sticky, dried-on spills from your floors.

    A person uses the steam cleaner in the kitchen to remove dirty paw prints from the floor

    11. An under-cabinet drawer with a shelf on top so you can keep your bathroom and kitchen cleaning supplies organized. Because it totally sucks when you open your cleaning cabinet only to see a massive pile of supplies.

    A reviewer pulls out their drawer to reveal three sponges, four magic erasers, two handheld scrub brushes, one dish brush, four folded dish cloths, and a folded drying pad all neatly arranged

    12. A sock and underwear organizer to make sure all your socks and undies have a home. Now you can see all your options without making a mess.

    reviewer photo showing underwear and sock organizer in their dresser drawer

    13. An outlet shelf for freeing up countertop space and house frequently used bathroom electronics like electronic toothbrushes and shavers.

    14. A shower curtain liner with storage pockets to make sure all of your most-used bathing products are within reach and not piling up in the corner of the tub.

    reviewer photo showing the shower curtain with bath products in the pockets

    15. Some under-bed storage containers to stow away out of season clothing and bedding. Reviewers say you can store four completely full containers under a queen-sized bed.

    16. A toilet bowl ring remover if you haven't cleaned your toilet bowl in a reaaalllllly long time. That permanent dark ring? It's no match for this pumice stone on a stick!

    reviewer photo showing toilet half cleaned with the pumice cleaning tool

    17. Some nonstick oven liners to keep your oven clean. This'll prevent any spills from burning up at the bottom of your oven and triggering your smoke alarms during your weekly Zoom meeting with your boss.

    oven liner in bottom of oven catching drippings from a baking pie

    18. Or some stove burner covers that makes cleaning your stove top so much easier. Instead of having to basically disassemble your stove to clean out all the gunk under the burners, just remove these covers, swipe 'em down, and boom! Like new.

    19. A handy folding board so you can make fold everything so perfectly people will think you spent years working retail at Gap. Also, once you get the hang of it, you can fold a shirt in less than five seconds — it's really that easy.

    reviewer image showing their drawer organized with shirts perfectly folded with the folding board

    20. A set of grocery organizers that'll not only help you keep your fridge in an orderly fashion, but will also catch any leaks and drips that seem to always make their way to the bottom.

    reviewer's fridge filled with several labeled pantry organizers

    21. A jewelry cabinet discreetly disguised as a mirror you can hang on a wall or over a door. Now all your jewelry will have a home of its own, and not reside in a nest of other dainty delights that's impossible to sort through.

    22. A splurge-worthy robot vacuum that does all the work for you. Just program it to get to work at a certain time, and then sit back while it sucks up all the seen and unseen dirt that's covering your floors.

    23. A pack of Glisten Disposer Cleaner to deal with that weird smell that's been lingering for weeks. You put one packet in your garbage disposal and then this magical blue foam activates and rids your sink of whatever stinky business was residing in it.

    24. Some shelf dividers that'll prevent stacks of clothing or towels from toppling over every time you need to grab something.

    reviewer photo showing shelf dividers used to separate stacks of towels in their linen closet

    25. A bedside caddy to keep all your essentials — iPad, remotes, phone, etc — within reach. Gone are the days when you'll have to hop out of your cozy and warm bed to dart across the cold floor to grab the remote you left on your dresser.

    reviewer photo showing bedside caddy with remotes and a book in it

    26. A pack of bottle-cleaning tablets that make cleaning your water bottles and tumblers less of a headache. If you're the person who just "rinses out" their reusable water bottle with more water and a squirt of soap, your bottle is likely filled with unwanted bacteria and grime.

    a stained mug before, during, and after cleaning tablets have been inserted, revealing mug is stain-free after use

    27. A rust stain remover to get rid of that orange hue that really shouldn't be in your shower surround (or anywhere in your home, for that matter). Not only does this product remove rust stains, but it also helps prevent rust from returning.

    28. A bakeware rack you can use for a whole lot more than sheet trays and cupcake pans. You know the dilemma you face when you wanna stack your pots and pans neatly, but then you have nowhere to put their lids? This is the solution.

    reviewer photo showing lids to pots and pans neatly organized in the bakeware rack

    29. A nail polish organizer so you can finally get your collection under control. It's big enough to hold up to 60 bottles, and even has a handle for easy transport.

    30. A vertical shoe rack to put right at the front door, that way you won't track mud into the house or forget where that one pair of shoes is.

    reviewer photo showing shoe rack in their entryway

    31. Some food storage containers with airtight lids that are great for storing your nonperishables and making sure your pantry looks Pinterest-ready.

    reviewer photo showing the food storage containers neatly labeled and arranged in their pantry

    32. A self-cleaning litter box to automatically remove waste for you, which means you don't have to scoop, clean, or refill it for weeks at a time.

    reviewer photo showing their cat sitting atop the self-cleaning litter box

    33. A four-tier storage shelf that fits above and around your toilet. Not only will it give you a huge amount of storage space, but it'll also mean your extra TP will be within arm's reach — you'll never have to shout out to your roommate or S.O. to throw you a new roll ever again.

    34. Or, a toilet paper holder if you don't have a wall mount one. It can hold up to four mega rolls *and* comes with a little shelf that you can keep a candle, wipes, or whatever else you want on it.

    reviewer photo showing the toilet paper stand with their phone on top in the holder

    35. A floating shelf so you can store your books on the wall and up off the floor. Bookshelves take up sooo much space, and this shelf gives you the opportunity to not only store them uniquely, but show them off, too.

    36. A set of magnetic glass spice jars if you have a ton of spices and nowhere to store them. Now they'll be easily accessible and look cool.

    Reviewer pic of a number of glass spice jars stuck to the side of a fridge

    37. A foldable closet organizer that'll expand and contract as your needs change. Think extra linens, out-of-season clothing, or even things like toys and seasonal decorations.

    reviewer photo showing foldable storage bags filled with clothing and labeled on top shelf of their closet

    38. A two-sided tea organizer so you can recycle all those boxes with only a few bags left in them and manage the chaos that is your tea cupboard.

    reviewer photo showing tea organizer filled with six different tea blends

    39. A stainless steel cleaner to instantly wipe away those mysterious streaks and smudges that somehow always appear on your fridge, oven, and in your sink.

    reviewer before-and-after photo showing their stainless steel sink looking brand new after using stainless steel cleaner

    40. A grooming glove that'll gently remove all the loose fur or hair that's on your dog. It's so gentle that you'll be grooming, but your furry friend will think it's at a dog spa getting a massage.

    The grooming glove with silicone nodules, full of hair held in front of a French bulldog

    41. Lastly, a pack of Magic Erasers to easily get rid of grit and grime buildup that you've been neglecting for years. This small but mighty eraser can tackle nearly any surface (I use it to keep white sneakers clean!) and remove stains that you thought were permanent. It's literally a miracle cleaner.

    reviewer photo showing their glass shower door completely clear on the left side after using a Magic Eraser, and covered in build up on the right side where they have yet to use the Magic Eraser

    This will be you after you finally clean your house: