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Things from Amazon You Didn’t Know You Needed

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When I tell you that Amazon has everything you could think of, I mean it! I can’t scroll on Instagram these days without seeing something else that I’m wowed by and wanting to add it to my cart. I figured if they were new to me, then they are probably new to you as well! I’m even thinking of turning this into a whole series of blog posts called “Things You Didn’t Know You Needed from Amazon,” featuring handy gadgets that won’t break the bank and make your life easier.

Things from Amazon You Didn’t Know You Needed

#1. Identity Protection Roller Stamps, Two Pack

Who has a paper shredder at home these days? I definitely don’t. This identity protection roller is an easy and affordable alternative to containing your personal information, such as social security numbers, bank statements, shipping addresses, tax documents, and more.

#2. Hide-A-Key Fake Rock

I’ve been locked out of the house one too many times, and having this hide-a-key that looks and feels like real stone would have saved me. This is also a great option if you need to hide a key for yourself, family members, housekeeper, etc.

#3. Roll-Up Dish Drying Mat

I saw this on Instagram and thought it was genius. This drying mat rolls up and would be an ideal place to dry coffee cups or water bottles. Plus, you get to keep your counters clear!

#4. Rug Grippers

There’s nothing more frustrating than a rug that slides all around the floor! Keep your rugs in place with these triangular shaped rug grippers.

#5. Dab-N-Seal Envelope Moistener

If you’re sending holiday cards, this handy product will save you from having to lick all of the envelopes!

#6. Snap-N-Strain Pot Strainer

I can’t even count the number of times I’ve needed to strain the water while cooking and didn’t have a free hand to grab the colander or have a place to put it. This strainer saves the day by clipping onto any size pot or bowl!

#7. Corner Dish Draining Mat

Similar to the drying rack above, this corner rack is perfect to put on the corner of your sink to hold your sponge/sponges to keep them from getting lost. It folds up for easy storage, and it’s under $8!

#8. Magnetic Bobby Pin Holder

If you use bobby pins, this little gadget is so handy to have around! It keeps all of your bobby pins corralled into one place and makes cleaning them up a breeze.

9. Silicone Air Fryer Baskets

The one downside of an air fryer is having to clean it out after every use. Luckily, these silicone air fryer baskets solve that problem!

#10. Hair Brush Cleaning Tool

When was the last time you actually cleaned your hairbrush? Sure, you may just get the hair out with your fingers, but this tool will get it all out, plus any of the product build-up.

#11. The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste

A holy grail cleaning product that everybody needs in their arsenal. This best-selling, affordable cleaning paste has over 160,000 reviews on Amazon!

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