A garbage disposal cleaner that uses magical bright blue foam to deep clean and deodorize your disposer and pipes. Entertaining season is upon us, so make sure this often neglected part of your kitchen is in tip-top shape. All you do is pop one packet into the drain, and voilà — from there, it does all the work for you.
An oil stain remover for ridding your countertops and grout of what you thought was permanent damage. Just smear some of the paste onto the stain and then let it suck out the deep, set-in oil stains. After three days, remove the paste with a sharp edge like a credit card, and boom!
An extra-thick magic cleaning pad that’ll tackle all the grime that accumulated over the busyness of spring and summer. It can handle buildup on nearly every surface, from doors and windows to walls and flooring.
A bottle of Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser and Polish to get your metal surfaces and products free of rust, tarnish, mineral deposits, and tough stains. Considering Thanksgiving is coming up, it’s as good as time as any to make sure your stainless-steel cookware is in tip-top shape.
A microfiber blinds duster that’ll remove dust from your blinds in record time, especially if you kept your windows open all summer long. The tool is specifically designed with spaced-out fingers to tackle multiple blinds in one swipe.
A rubber broom to remove the mountains of pet hair on the floor now that your furry friends are spending so much time indoors. You’d be shocked at how much has accumulated, but no worries! This tool will sweep it all up.
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 will make the whole house smell like a perfect autumn day. I personally have been using this pretty much every day since I got my first bottle, and to say I’m obsessed would be an understatement! It really smells that good.
A bottle of Quick N Brite Fireplace Cleaner designed to clean away soot, smoke, creosote, and ash from nearly any fireplace, because sweater weather means way more cozy fires at home.
A pack of eight microfiber cloths that are specifically designed to clean glass and mirrors. They won’t leave residue like paper towels do and are soft enough to not scratch delicate items like glass lighting fixtures and mirrors.
A wall-mounted garage vacuum because, let’s face it, garages get dirty. Whether it’s seasonal problems like dead leaves or just your run-of-the-mill daily dirt buildup, this vacuum and blower will make keeping your garage clean a breeze.
A pack of Weiman Stainless Steel Cleaning Wipes for keeping your stainless-steel appliances and finishes spotless. Have a fridge or oven that’s covered in finger smudges, especially now that we’re all spending more time indoors? Just wipe ’em off with this magic stuff.
A versatile Katzco Furniture Repair Kit with six wood markers and six wax sticks to cover up all the nicks and scratches you’ll notice now that you’re stuck inside so much. That one dining chair your cat has turned into a scratch pad? It’s time to make it like new again.
Some all-natural bottle-cleaning tablets that’ll remove stubborn stains and odors from your reusable coffee cups and water bottles. Just pop a tablet into one of your bottles and let the fizz do the work — no soap, sink, or scrubbing required.
A heavy-duty rust stain remover to take on the neglected basement bathroom now that it’s the season for family and friends to visit for the holidays.
A game-changing power scrubber if your grout is stained and needs to be restored to its former glory. Yes, it is time-consuming, but thanks to this tool you just dip it in soap and water and let it do all the scrubbing — just make sure you have a playlist of good podcasts lined up to keep your brain busy.
Or a grout pen to literally paint white paint onto grout if yours is stained beyond fixing. One pen covers up to 150 feet of grout.
A 100% natural oven scrub for keeping your oven clean now that it’ll be in use way more (it’s pie season, y’all!). Because no one wants to bake in a filthy oven.
A cleaning K-Cup you pop into your Keurig just like you’re making a normal cup of coffee. Then all you have to do is brew one large cycle with the cleaner pod, and one or more with just water (depending on how dirty your machine is), and you’re done!
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