Just 32 Products That Fixed The Most Common Household Problems


A magnetic stove shelf to turn that unused space on the top of your stove into a fully functional shelf, no installation required. It also has a small back lip, so you won’t worry about stuff slipping off behind the stove, never to be seen again.

The stainless shelf on top of the back of a stove range holding oil, salt and pepper shakers, other spices, and a mortar and pestle


A pet hair remover roller that can be used again and again because it doesn’t require the single-use adhesive paper found on traditional rollers. Instead, this roller uses bristles that grab the hair, very similar to what a brush does.


An outlet shelf so you can easily store small items that need power, like electric toothbrushes or cellphones.


A moisture meter to tell you if your plants need water. All you do is stick it in the soil of the plant in question and it’ll tell you if the soil is dry, moist, or wet.

Reviewer's moisture meter is in a snake plant pot


Ceiling fan pulls that have a fan or a lightbulb at each end, because why is it you ALWAYS pull the wrong chain?!?


A mold-resistant white grout pen to literally cover nasty grout stains with a fresh coat of waterproof white paint. Each pen can cover up to 150 feet of grout.


Double-sided carpet tape for making sure your rugs stay put. Most rugs show up in a roll, so when you roll them out the corners naturally lift. Use this tape to make sure the corners stay down and the rug never moves out of place.


Adjustable bedsheet fasteners, because fitted sheets never stay put and it always happens at like, 3 a.m. These suspenders keep the sheet in place until it’s time to change the linens.

The black clip-on straps, which look like a three-pronged suspender, securing the edges of a fitted sheet around the bottom of a mattress


Keurig cleaning cups if you use your Keurig pretty often but have never thought to clean it. Just pop in one of the pods as you would a coffee cup, and proceed to be equal parts amazed and disgusted at how much residue was in your machine.


A garbage-disposal cleaner that uses bright blue magical foam to get rid of unpleasant lingering smells. Trust me, I use these in my own home and watching them work is like watching one of the Harry Potter movies — pure magic!


A fabric defuzzer to safely remove unsightly pilling and unwanted broken and matted fibers from furniture and clothing. The tool is battery operated and has three depth settings to quickly shave fuzz.

A reviewer's before-and-after image of the side of their sofa. The armrest was scratched with fabric pulled and after using the defuzzer it looks brand new.


An Instant Pot magnetic cheat sheet that classifies and categorizes 95 common food ingredients for easy reference. Just stick on the side of your Instant Pot and never scramble to look up a recipe on your phone again.

An Instant Pot with the cheat sheet on the side showing pasta, seafood, pork, beans, and vegetable timing


A vent cleaner hose that’ll attach to your vacuum and clean out your lint trap. Making sure your lint trap isn’t clogged greatly improves the drying time needed.


A set of poison- and pesticide-free sticky insect traps for dealing with nasty insect infestations. These work particularly well on the most common houseplant insects, so gnats, white flies, and fruit flies.


A pack of six furniture markers that you use to cover small nicks and cuts in your wood furniture and floors. Each kit comes with the most common wood colors (cherry, mahogany, walnut, black, maple, and oak) and matching crayons for easy filling when the damaged area is a little deep.


A drip catcher for soaking up pesky water splashes and puddles that form around your kitchen faucet. Pools of standing water on your countertop can increase bacteria growth, and this product makes sure that never happens.


A multi-purpose basket that extends to fit whatever sink you’re working with. Thanks to its drainage holes, you can use it for all types of cleaning tasks, from cleaning veggies and fruits to silverware and plates. It also collapses when not in use for easy storage. Remind me again why we’re still using those giant metal colanders that take up so much space!?!


A container lid organizer to finally keep all your lids organized in one easily accessible way. Never again will you be sifting through a sea of lids trying to find the exact one you need to save your leftover spaghetti.

The container lid organizer in white


A mounted towel rack, because bathrooms (especially rentals!!!!) never have enough rods or hooks. The compact design can fit in small spaces, and each rack can hold up to eight towels.


A magnetic paper towel holder to put on your fridge so that you free up counter space. Seriously, I actually have this thing and it’s a game-changer. I didn’t know how much space my old holder was taking up until I switched to this fridge magnet one.


A pack of wool “socks” for your tables and chairs, so that you’ll never scratch your beautiful flooring again. They also help dampen the sound when you move furniture.

A leg of a chair with the sock on it


A set of shelf bins to transform your fridge into something worthy of a TikTok restock video (such a deep cut). No more opening mystery containers to see what’s inside!

Reviewer photo showing the inside of a fridge organized using the bins

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