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    If You Love A Clean House But Also Identify As Lazy, Here Are 32 Products That Do The Work For You

    Sit back, relax, and let these products work their magic.

    1. A set of drill brush attachments perfect for taking on the toughest stains on your bathroom's tile, glass, grout, and fiberglass. You'll save so much time and energy thanks to these attachments, and can instead focus on doing what you do best: zoning out on the couch while binging the latest Netflix show. 

    Reviewer using the brush to clean grime out of a tub
    one of the brushes attached to a drill next to a shower pane with half still fogged up and the other super clear

    The white is a soft bristle, best for wheels, carpet, upholstery, glass, and leather; the yellow is a medium bristle, best for bathroom, bathtub, shower, tile, and porcelain; the green is a medium bristle, best for kitchen, stoves, cabinets, countertops, and linoleum; the blue is a medium bristle, best for boats, pools, canoe/kayaks, hot tubs, and plastics; the red is a stiff bristle, best for outdoors, siding, brick, garage, and gutter; and the black is a hard bristle, best for grills, loose paint, furnaces, ovens, and industrial use.

    Drill Brush is a small business based in New York State that makes cleaning brushes that attach to drills. It was started in 2007 by a former electrician who suffered from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and needed a way to clean without causing him harm.

    Promising review: "These brushes worked flawlessly. I have a 24-year-old home that has not been remodeled yet. The master bath shower tile and fiberglass shower pan were in pretty bad shape. We tried many types of cleaners to remove residual soap and hard water stains with little success. As a last ditch effort, I purchased these brushes. They worked amazingly well. Using Krud Kutter and these brushes removed every bit of the dirt and polished those tiles so that they shine brilliantly like they did when they were new. I am completely satisfied with my purchase of these brushes. They are well made and held up beautifully to the forces I applied while using them." —Tom S4TX

    Get the set of three from Amazon for $18.99+ (available in six colors).

    2. A pair of sweeper slippers so you can rid your floors of dirt, hair, and grime while keeping your toes nice and warm. Prepare to be swept away by how much time you'll save.

    Reviewer wearing the slippers in yello
    the pink microfiber slipper on a Swiffer

    Promising review: "I absolutely love these! I kind of bought them as a joke. I hate wearing socks, shoes, or slippers, but I also HATE dirty feet. These were the answer I was looking for! They are lightweight on my feet...hardly notice I'm wearing them, and by golly they pick up the dust and dirt that our dog leaves behind! They also wash very nicely. We always wish in Tide and these looked brand-new after being washed. I'm very pleased with my purchase!" —Tim S.

    Get five pairs from Amazon for $15.99.

    3. A pack of bottle-cleaning tablets for making cleaning your water bottles and tumblers less of a headache. If you're the person who just "rinses out" their reusable water bottle with 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

    4. A garbage disposal cleaner that uses magic bright blue foam to rid your disposal of nastiness and lingering smells. You just plop one of the packets into the drain and then it does its wizardly thing. After a minute or two it's over, and your kitchen sink looks and smells amazing.

    5. A microfiber spin mop that'll make sure your mop isn't soaking wet before you use it, which will dramatically cut down on the time it takes to not only clean your floors but let them dry, especially during cold weather. Plus, it's machine-washable, has an automatic wringer, and is designed in a shape that will reach into small spaces and corners. Truly, this mop does all the work for you — all you do is dunk into the water and push around the floor.

    reviewer using foot-operated peddle to wring microfiber mop
    reviewer image using the mop to clean the floor

    Promising review: "Ashamed to say, but I barely ever mop the floors. I purchased this O-Cedar Mop and Bucket based upon the great reviews. I am here to add a 5-star review of my own. This mop and bucket not only cleaned my floors, but it made the entire process easy (and dare I say fun?). I did the entire first floor of my house both tile and wood. Then wanted more fun, so i scooped up the handy handle and carried it upstairs where I continued on to the bedrooms and bathrooms. I don't want to go on and on, but this mop picked up lots of dirt and grime, then popped easily into the washing machine. It came out great. The swirly thing makes all the difference. It wrings out all of the excess water, so it's easy to mop without using too much muscle, which I do not have. And the mop heads are short, rather than long mop heads, which only make for heavier mops. If you're on the fence, go for it, you'll agree." —LauraP320

    Get it from Amazon for $55.79.

    6. A rolling laundry sorter for sorting your clothes into groups that will make laundry day way more manageable. These come blank, but a lot of reviewers (myself included) use a stencil and marker to label each bag by what type of garment.

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

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

    8. A grooming glove for easily removing all your pet's extra fur before it accumulates in piles on the floor.

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

    9. A pack of washing machine tablets to make sure your machine is in good enough shape to keep your clothes clean. All you do is throw one tablet in and it cleans deep inside your machine's pump, valve, tub, drum, agitator, filter and hose. 

    Product photo showing a model place Affresh washing machine tablets into their washing machine

    Promising review: "My washer was smelling and had grime inside the seal that wouldn’t come off even when I tried to scrub it off, so I used one of these tablets in the wash. It worked like magic. Not only did it clean the washer very well (the water looked so dirty during the cycle), but it also got rid of the smell! I will keep using these as recommended." —Eca

    Get a six-pack from Amazon for $11.98.

    10. A dryer lint brush because you'd be shocked at how much lint is residing in your dryer gap and exhaust port. Using this will speed up clothing drying time and help prevent lint buildup.

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

    11. 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

    12. A scrap trap to make sure food prep doesn't result in a huge mess — just chop up your ingredients and push the discards into this 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

    13. A bottle of all-purpose cleaner that only uses five ingredients to keep the grime and gross at bay. The scent is orange and clove, which makes the whole house smell delicious. Use this on everyday messes to keep your house looking and smelling divine.

    A person holds up the all purpose cleaner in a bathroom

    14. 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

    15. 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

    16. A length-adjustable pet hair broom because it's that time of the year when dogs and cats are shedding more than usual, and you need something to rake it all up. Because the bristles are rubber, it picks up way more hair than a traditional broom.

    a reviewer photo of the broom laying on a rug next to a pile of hair and text reading
    a reviewer photo of a door mat covered in pet hair on the left side, and cleared of hair on the right side
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    Want more info? Check out my coworker's FURemover Evrilholder broom review. You'll learn a thing or two AND enjoy some very satisfying hair-removal photos!

    Promising review: "I saw this on TikTok and thought it was worth a shot. I have two dogs and a cat, and being one with a dust and dander allergy I have to vacuum often but the vacuum can’t always get in deep enough. This actually works and I was shocked at how well it does. I brush the carpet a few times and vacuum it up and the carpet even looks better!! I highly recommend this to everyone — especially pet owners." —Theo Ackerman

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    17. An under-cabinet drawer with a shelf on top so you can keep your bathroom and kitchen cleaning supplies organized. Cleaning can be so exhausting, so do yourself a favor and keep your supplies organized so that you don't expel energy trying to find all your cleaners and tools.

    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

    18. Some nonstick oven liners to keep your oven clean. Any drippings or spills from foodstuff fall onto the liner, which you can just take out and wash by hand or throw into the dishwasher.

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

    19. A 100% natural oven scrub for keeping your oven clean now that it's winter and in constant use. Don't get a headache spending all day using a toxic oven cleaner, it's just not worth it.

    20. A bottle of Quick N Brite Fireplace Cleaner to remove soot, smoke, creosote, and ash from nearly any fireplace. Tis the season for cozy nights, so make sure your fireplace is in tip-top shape.

    21. Some stove burner covers that make 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, wipe 'em down, and boom! Like new.

    22. A set of grocery organizers to help you keep your fridge in an orderly fashion, and also will also catch any leaks and drips that seem to always make their way to the bottom.

    Reviewer's fridge is shown

    23. 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.

    24. 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.