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Keeping your home clean and clutter-free is no easy task. Luckily, there are many products that can help.
But how can you determine which items are a must and which are a bust? That’s where we come in. We’ve rounded up nine clever products to help transform your messy nest into the pristine, organized home of your dreams.
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Just because it’s a “junk drawer,” doesn’t mean it can’t be orderly! The Made Smart Original Junk Drawer Organizer ($11.99) helps maximize storage with 23 convenient compartments of varying sizes to house all your odds and ends. Made from durable, BPA-free plastic, this handy insert will keep your kitchen, bathroom and office drawers clean and ordered.
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Commonly known as a “Lazy Susan,” a turntable can help organize your cabinet, refrigerator, shelf or tabletop while allowing you to access items with ease. This Made Smart Classic 10-inch Turntable ($12.77) is a stylish model that boasts a nonslip base and soft-grip lining to prevent items from sliding during rotation. It can hold cleaning products, baking supplies, condiments and more.
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It’s smart to reuse your grocery store bags, but don’t just shove them willy-nilly into a cabinet or closet — organize them! The Simplehuman Wall Mount Grocery Bag Dispenser ($14.97) is a grocery bag dispenser that accommodates up to 30 bags and mounts to a wall, inside a cabinet or under a shelf. Made of durable stainless steel, it boasts a wide dispensing slot for easy access.
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Is every surface in your bathroom overrun with creams, shadows, lotions and lipsticks? The Jerrybox Makeup Organizer ($17.99) is an all-in-one, extra-large-capacity makeup organizer. It features a unique space-saving design, “six layers of adjustable trays” and 360-degree rotation for access to all your cosmetics and tools.
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Nothing says “organized” quite like foldable storage baskets. The Sorbus Foldable Storage Cube Basket Bin ($20.23) is a set of six lightweight, collapsible baskets you can use for housing art supplies, games, toys and more. And its neutral beige shade will blend with any room in your home.
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Dreaming of clean, organized closets? This Joy Mangano 24-pack of Suit/Shirt Huggable Hangers ($20.99) can help. The lightweight, velvet hangers feature an “ultra-slim, space-saving design,” according to the company. The velvety surface helps prevent your delicate dresses and heavy winter coats from slipping.
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Free up more space in your kitchen with the WiseLife Height Adjustable Pan Pot Organizer Rack ($25.99). This adjustable rack for pots and pans is made of heavy-duty, food-grade stainless steel. The space-saving rack features a removable tray that can be calibrated to accommodate cookware of various sizes, such as frying pans, saucepans, saute pans, baking pans, cast-iron skillets, woks, griddles and more.
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Not all coat racks are created equal. The Umbra Flip 5-Hook Wall Mounted Floating Coat Rack ($28.99) is a unique, five-hook, wall-mounted rack. According to the manufacturer, “each hook can be flipped up when not in use, slipping neatly into a groove in the rail for a sleek look and space-saving functionality.” It can be used in the home or office to address your hanging needs, including umbrellas, purses, coats, scarves, towels and bathrobes. Each hook can handle a 5-pound load.
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Short on storage space? The Whitmor 3 Tier Rolling Laundry Cart ($36.99) is a three-tier rolling cart ideal for housing your detergent, bleach, fabric softener, iron and all the other items that are slowly taking over your laundry room. The narrow 8.5-inch width lets you slide it easily into that unused space between your washer and dryer. It can also hold small appliances in your kitchen, computer equipment in your office, towels in your bathroom and tools in your garage.
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