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    33 Products That'll Make Your House Squeaky Clean In 2022

    New year, new you, cleaner house.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Some may have been sent as samples, but all opinions and reviews are our own. 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 toilet bowl ring remover that'll get rid of the dreaded dark ring that you thought was permanent. It's a pumice stone attached to a handle, and it'll make your porcelain throne look shiny and new.

    2. A box of washing machine tablets because your washing machine needs washing, too. Believe it or not, washing machines can be a breeding ground for bacteria, so if your clothes still stink a little after a wash you should definitely consider these tablets.

    3. A bottle of red wine stain remover for when accidents happen. You should especially keep this product on hand if you have furniture upholstered in light fabrics like white or beige.

    4. A grout cleaning pen that literally paints over permanently stained grout. This small but mighty pen covers up to 150 feet of grout.

    reviewer photo showing half of the grout lines in their shower restored after using the pen

    5. But before you paint over stained grout that's beyond saving, scrub the grout with this acid-free grout cleaner to clean up the grime that's built up over time but can still be removed with cleaning.

    6. A bottle of Method's nontoxic and plant-based all-purpose cleaner that'll easily tackle everyday messes (it works especially well on 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

    7. A jar of all-natural scour paste to tackle aggressive, caked on grime. I personally use it on my stovetop and in my oven, but it works on literally everything, from sinks to floors to dirty hands.

    A before photo shows a dirty stove. An after photo shows the clean stove.

    8. A set of drill brushes for anyone who's seriously looking to take their cleaning game to a whole new level. If the cleaning job is so extreme it seems like it requires a power tool, embrace that energy and get this set. It's deeply satisfying to use!

    9. A pack of Keurig-cleaning cups to rid your machine of all the nasty buildup that naturally happens over time. If your machine keeps clogging and has inconsistent brew, it might just need a thorough detox that these cleaning cups provide.

    10. A window blind cleaner brush that takes on multiple blinds at once. Window blinds are a magnet for dust, so this reusable product is a must if you have them in your home.

    11. A rust stain remover to remove that alarming orange hue that's taken over your used-to-be white shower enclosure, tub, and sink.

    12. A jetted tub cleaner because there's a lot of hidden junk in your jets, and you should clean it out before it spills out into your tub.

    13. A stainless steel cleaner to rid your sink and appliances of all the smudges and grime that plague stainless steel appliances.

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

    14. An eco-friendly hard water stain-remover that'll get rid of pesky soap scum and hard water stains coating your shower. Your glass enclosure will be transparent again!

    Reviewer's before and after showing the cleaner got rid of hard water stains on their glass shower doors

    15. An odor-eliminating spray designed to obliterate stains and stenches. This is especially necessary if you have a pet that tends to have accidents indoors.

    The spray

    16. Or this instant spot remover if you need more help with the stain than the smell.

    17. And if you have a lingering pet pee smell but you don't know where it is, use this pee-finding UV flashlight for pinpointing the exact spot of that terrible smell. It's designed to detect food stains and pet urine stains on rugs, carpets, and clothes that are otherwise invisible to the naked eye. 

    A reviewer's carpet in normal light
    The same spot with the UV light, showing splotches

    Promising review: "OMG this is disgusting! I bought this because I thought my cat was peeing in one room and couldn't find the exact spot. Found the spot and more. Would recommend. Pictured is the same spot without and then with the UV light on." —Momof3boys

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

    18. Glisten Disposer Cleaner to remove odor-causing buildup from sidewalls, blades and under the splashguard with its magical blue foam.

    19. A pack of bottle-cleaning tablets for cleaning your water bottles and tumblers. If you're the type of person who just rinses out their reusable water bottle once a month, you might be surprised to learn that it can be a breeding ground for bacteria that's invisible to the naked eye.

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

    20. Stove counter gap covers so that crumbs and other foodstuff don't slip between the crack between your stove and counters, never to be seen again (but you sure can smell it).

    21. Some nonstick oven liners to catch the drips from whatever you're baking. Letting the drops buildup over time on the floor of your oven can be risky and possibly lead to stinky burning, so use this liner to make sure each drip is temporary.

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

    22. A grooming glove that'll make your pup feel like they're getting a massage, when in fact you're just rounding up all their loose fur so it doesn't cover your furniture and floors.

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

    23. A handy folding board so you can neatly tidy up your dresser drawers and take proper care of your clothing, folding each piece in your wardrobe to a uniform size in less than five seconds.

    24. A pack of Magic Erasers that really are magic. From scruffs on shoes to water stains to markings on walls, Magic Eraser sponges can take on anything with little effort on your part.

    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

    25. A pair of mop slippers with removable soles perfect for soaking up minor spills in the laziest way possible. See? Cleaning can be fun (or at least tolerable).

    reviewer wearing mop slippers on their hardwood floors

    26. A pet hair removal tool that's basically a heavy-duty lint roller, minus the single-use sticky tape. That's right, this thing removes the hair and traps it inside, so all you have to do is remove the hair from time to time. No need for wasteful tape!

    27. A versatile Katzco Furniture Repair Kit with six wood markers and six wax sticks to cover up all the nicks and scratches that have accumulated over time.

    28. 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 of the fridge.

    reviewer's fridge filled with several labeled pantry organizers

    29. A plant-based glass-cleaning spray to keep your windows and mirrors squeaky clean without harmful chemicals. Nontoxic cleaners will be a lifesaver when it gets too cold to open the windows to let lingering chemical smells caused by traditional cleaners out.

    The bottle filled with the clear solution of glass cleaning spray

    30. A set of three stainless-steel scrubbers that'll quickly restore all your greasy pots and pans to their former glory.

    31. pack of dishwasher tablets so your dishwasher gets the deep cleaning it deserves. The tablets are formulated to remove the most common dishwasher stains, like lime and mineral buildup.

    A reviewer's before picture which shows their dishwasher with stains and spots
    The reviewer's after photo which shows their dishwasher sparkling clean

    Promising review: "I had tried lots of white vinegar for two cycles in my 20-year-old dishwasher for the cloudy and powdery dinginess it had started showing and it only helped about 30%. We have very hard water. This zapped the buildup and glass is clear again and colored plastics no longer have the powder-like coating. So glad I took a chance on this!" —J. Holden

    Get it from Amazon for $5.98+ (available in packs of six or 12).

    32. A reusable and machine-washable duster that fits onto the Swiffer duster handle and will not only remove dust from surfaces but it'll look cool while doing it.

    Set of reusable Swiffer dusters in various colors

    33. A bottle of powdered Bar Keepers Friend, which is a bleach-free cleaner to remove rust, tarnish, mineral deposits, and tough stains from almost any type of surface — indoor or out. 

    A reviewer's before and after photos which show a once extremely dirty white stovetop and now a completely clean stovetop
    A reviewer's photo of a stainless steel pan that is tarnished on one side and clean on the other after being treated with the formula

    The hardworking formula is safe for use on surfaces in your bathroom and kitchen — including cookware!

    Promising review: "This stuff is like magic! Straight-up wizardry. I love it! I initially bought it to clean my sink, which is porcelain and even though it's not even a year old, is just holding on to all the coffee and tea staining. I'd say it took less than a minute after making a paste with Bar Keepers Friend to clean the sink up to a nearly new shine. Taking a look at the can it's easy to find bunches of ways to use this stuff and each application is better than the last. Stainless steel, porcelain, ceramic, copper, brass, fiberglass, corian, chrome and aluminum. See? Magic! Anyhow, I've used it in the sink, in the bathroom, to clean stainless steel pots and pans on a 17-year-old Revereware tea kettle (which I thought would never be restored to its former loveliness, btw). This is a product that I will buy again and again and will happily recommend to anyone." —Nicci Stephenson

    Get it from Amazon for $7.35+ (available in packs of one, two, or three).

    You getting into the groove once you stock up on all these great cleaning products: