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A Hamilton Beach breakfast sandwich maker so you can enjoy bodega-style deliciousness without dropping the $3.50 every morning.

The sandwich maker shown on a kitchen counter with breakfast foods


I get it, you’re busy, which is why you’re buying breakfast on the run in the first place. But fear not, this sandwich maker only takes about five minutes from start to finish. The top and bottom layers toast your bread, and the removable center plate bakes your egg to delicious perfection. Slide the plate out and, boom, sandwich time!

It’s about the same price as seven breakfast sandwiches, so even with the cost of ingredients, you’ll break even in a couple weeks.

Bodega cat not included.

Promising review: “I absolutely love this little sandwich maker! As a matter of fact, I’m eating one as I write this review. Makes a delicious breakfast sandwich in under five minutes! Clean up is a breeze due to the nonstick cooking surfaces. Great value!” —Charles

Price: $24.99+ (originally $30, available in five colors)


A set of flannel sheets so you don’t have to crank up the heat at night to stay toasty. The sheets come in a ton of fun patterns so you’re sure to find one that’s on point for you and your bedroom. And, even though they’re a bargain, reviewers swear by the quality.

The sheets and pillowcases on a bed, shown in the pinecone pattern


I live in upstate New York, which is basically a frozen wasteland this time of year, and my drafty old building uses a heck of a lotta propane to keep us all comfy. It’s not cheap, believe me! My beloved partner picked up a set of these in the adorable pinecone pattern from the local Walmart a few weeks ago and, boy, does it make a difference! I’ve been able to turn my heat way down at night without compromising cozy bedtime comfort.

I just paid my gas bill, and guess what? These sheets have more than paid for themselves already.

Promising review: “If you haven’t had flannel sheets before, try these! You will be glad you did. They really make a difference as the weather starts to cool down. During the coldest winter months (in northern areas) you will be so happy to climb into bed and get some rest. The sewing is without fault. No missed or botched hems or corners. The elasticized edge of the bottom sheet goes on easy. The matching pillow cases fit standard size pillows easily. Flannel is my go-to fabric for fall/winter bedding. It should be yours too, if you live in a cold climate. I recommend this flannel sheet set and would buy it again.” —AdventurousBeardedYogaGuy

Price: $15.24+ (available in four sizes and thirteen colors)


An eight-pack of Bounty select-a-size paper towels that are awesome because you’ll end up using less of them in the long run. These are cut into smaller sizes so you use only as much PT as you need, and they also absorb way more than the other brands, meaning you can sop up whatever you spilled with fewer sheets.

The eight-pack of paper towels


People love these paper towels so much that out of literally everything they sell this exact eight-pack was a top-five item at Walmart in 2015 and 2019.

Promising review: I have tried many, many other paper towels from other companies and always come back to the Bounty paper towels. They are more absorbent and less waste is used.” —Diane

Price: $19.88


A 3M headlight restoration system that’ll have your cloudy lamps looking brand spankin’ new for a whole lot less than replacing the lens or light.

The headlight restoration system shown with all its components


I used this bad boy on my fog-ridden ’99 Avalon and it got its peepers shining bright again in no time. Yes, it takes a little effort, but it actually works and it’s totally worth it. As the reviewer says, it’s kinda counterintuitive to sand your headlights, but it work’s out great, promise. Also, as a lot of people noted in their reviews, you’d be wise to invest in some masking tape for while you’re working on this.

Promising review: “I did not know that a product like this existed, it is fantastic and simple as long as you read the instructions and take your time. My only suggestions are to make sure you tape your car as shown, read the instructions carefully ahead of time, and take a before and after picture. This product is definitely worth it no matter which amount you pay. The last thing I would like to mention is do not get scared when you first use this product and the lens becomes cloudy. It’s supposed do that and it will eventually become VERY clear after you finish the process.” —LoveGadgets10

Price: $13.14


And! Some masking tape to keep your car hood scratch-free while you’re restoring your headlights. Or, to make sure you’ve got extra neat and clean lines when you’re repainting you’re house or apartment. Or for, like, a million other things.

The tape, shown hanging on a wall with tools


I went to architecture school, which is basically arts and crafts for grownups, and lemme tell you: I’ve used A LOT of masking tape, and this one is the best of the best for sure. It lies flat, adheres great, comes up clean, and doesn’t leave a residue. Hey, we can all get a little sloppy sometimes, but a good masking tape can keep those oopsies from becoming a permanent whoopsie-daisy. Totally worth the $2.94.

FYI, I always go for the tan color — yes, the blue tape is easier to see, but that blue color CAN bleed, so you have to be careful!

Promising review: “Excellent quality, Duck! This works great for temporary taping, masking, and sealing furniture doors, drawers, and boxes while moving. It doesn’t leave sticky residue, is easy to write on and works very well for taping while painting too. I highly recommend it!” —AmericosAmericos

Price: $2.94 (originally $5.15)


An air circulator fan that’ll redistribute the heat in your room so your heating and cooling systems don’t have to work so hard, which will lead to some serious seasonal savings. This fan can save you 20% on your electricity bills, which means you’ll make your money back in about a month. Ka-ching!

The black fan in a home office setting with white furniture


Hot air rises up, cold air sinks down—that’s physics. But it can also be really annoying when it’s super hot or cold outside because the air you want isn’t always where you need it. Tilt it straight up, and it will force the hot air pooled by your ceiling back down to earth. Tilt it forty-five degrees, and it will help the cold air from your A/C or open window be better distributed around the room.

Promising review: “Honestly I was NOT expecting this little fan for the price to come out as almost one of my best purchases, but it blew my expectations away! (pun intended) The pricing is amazing and trust me the air quality on this mini fan is spectacular even on the “1” setting (I have a small room so putting it on that setting I can feel it from the other side of my room on the floor or not). I would 100% buy this again in the future!” —Tatiana

Price: $14.94+ (available in two sizes)


An Oral-B 1000 electric toothbrush – it’s a total game changer for keeping your ivories plaque-free and pearly white. Oral-B says this puppy removes 300% more plaque than a manual toothbrush, and based on my experience, I think they’re right on the money. Sure, it costs more than a manual toothbrush, but it’s way cheaper than the out-of-pocket costs for extra dental work.

The toothbrush and its packaging


I learned the hard way. I’ve got severe gingivitis (thanks genetics!), and after a painful $600 deep cleaning last year my hygienist suggested this super-popular model to up my toothbrushing game. I made the switch and now my gums are healthier and happier than they’ve been for years.

By the way, this model is rechargeable, has a two minute timer to make sure you’re brushing long enough, and pulses every thirty seconds to tell you when you move on to a different part of your mouth. It even has a sensor that lets you know if you’re brushing too hard! It’s pretty smart for a toothbrush.

Promising review: “Due to a botched root canal, I have to be extremely careful with my dental hygiene. I need to floss after every meal, brush twice, tongue cleaner AND use an irrigator to avoid pain. This has been a total game-changer. It’s worth it! This has reduced my time on oral hygiene from 30 minutes to 10 minutes. Glad I bought it. Fixing the root canal would cost around $3,000 out of my pocket. So, in the meantime this works great and helps prevent the root from decaying.” —LazyShopper

Price: $49.94 (available in two colors)


A Hamilton Beach two-pound digital bread maker that everyone totally ~loaves~ because it’s versatile and really easy to use. If you’re gluten intolerant like I am, and tired of paying $8 for bread (looking at you, Canyon Bakehouse!), this thing pays for itself within a month or two.

The bread maker surrounded by delicious loaves


Save some bread by making your own!

This bread maker has a viewing window and twelve preprogrammed cycles including jam, cake, French, and gluten-free. Scrummy!

Promising review: “I bought this bread machine for my birthday. I have been wanting one forever! I bought this one because it was the best value (considering included options and the overall cost). So far I have made the basic white bread (lovely), and the Italian Parmesan bread (yummy) with fantastic results and rave reviews from my family. This was the BEST gift I have ever gotten for myself! My favorite part is being able to feed my family wonderfully delicious breads without all the preservatives from store-bought breads!” —Mommyof3dds

Price: $69.99


A three-piece Rachael Ray cookie pan set with a snazzy nonstick coating that reviewers swear nothing sticks to, saving you money by alleviating the need for foil, parchment, or wax paper, not to mention all the sponges you would otherwise be ruining scrubbing off burnt-on messes.

The pan set, with orange handles


I don’t have a dishwasher and I cannot even begin to tell you how many nights I’ve spent trying to elbow-grease my way out of suck on salmon skin. These are worth it for the time you’ll save alone!

The pans are dishwasher-safe and come in the standard sizes of 9×13″, 10×15″, and 11×17″. Also, they’ve got these nifty silicone pads on the side so they’re safer to handle even when piping hot. As an added bonus, a portion of every purchase benefits Yum-O, Rachel Ray’s nonprofit that helps kids and parents develop healthy relationships with food and eating. Yum-O indeed, Rachel!

Promising review: “I’ve used these without any sprays or oils with cooking meats and nothing ever sticks. It wipes clean with paper towel. I always wash, dry and put away immediately after dinner. The rubber handles easy on the hot touch.” —BGirl

Price: $29.99 (available in three colors)


A package of OxiClean stain remover to add to your laundry to get out persistent spots and set-in stains so your clothes are as clean as new. It also works on carpet, upholstery, and a ton of other household surfaces. With all those uses and a price tag under eight bucks, your return on investment is pretty much instantaneous on this one.

A package of the cleaner


It’s chlorine-free and neither dyed nor scented, for all y’all chemically sensitive folks out there.

Promising review: “I use Oxi Clean Free along with All Free&Clear to wash my whites, the clothes come out bright white and smelling fresh. Oxi Clean is also great for cleaning toilets and sinks, everything comes out sparkling white. I like the plastic tub and scoop, you can use it for other things afterwards (homemade detergent, fertilizer, etc).” —Shopper25475868

Price: $7.73


A SodaStream so you can stop paying so much for bottled sparkling water. Bubbles are a staple in my household, and given how much we go through, our SodaStream paid for itself in the first month.

The SodaStream, in white and rose gold


Promising review: “We love our SodaStream! I always thought it was only for making soda/pop but then I realized we can make sparkling water also! It ends up saving us money by not having to buy La Croix. We have started experimenting with infusing it with natural fruit flavors because I like the flavored water. We can’t wait to show our friends and let them taste it!” —PrincessInMs

Price: $69 (originally $89.99, available in four colors)


A Brita tap water filtration system so you can also stop paying so much for bottled regular-type water. You’ll reach a net savings by the time you replace the internal filter, since each one cleans about 100 gallons of tap water — that’s the same as 750 16-ounce water bottles!

A person using the filter to get a glass of water from their tap


The geniuses at Brita found a way for this thing to remove 60 contaminants from your tap water, including 99% of lead, chlorine, benzene, and asbestos (yuck!/yay!). To keep your water fresh, it’s got a little light on it that turns red when you need to replace the internal filter. And, so you don’t burn through that filter too quick, the assembly has three modes: filtered water stream, unfiltered water stream, and unfiltered water spray.

Promising review: “I was surprised at how this was connected in just minutes and has the option of choosing the filtered water for drinking, regular tap water for cleaning up, or a spray of the tap water. It is so nice to have the choices so that you don’t have to use the filtered water for simple cleaning tasks — saves time used through the filters so they don’t have to be replaced as quickly. Great product!” —Trishaze

Price: $25.34


A SodaStream My Only Bottle to take your filtered or fizzy water on the go. Reviewers swear by the half-liter size, saying it’s just right for toting around town. For less than fifteen bucks, this thing will pay for itself after five or ten uses, compared to buying bottled water while you’re out.

A person with a My Only Bottle on their wrist


It’s compatible with most sparkling water machines and also holds filtered tap water just fine too (among other liquids). For all you want to use this bottle for drivetime hydration, I have awesome news! Reviewers attest that it fits great in a cup holder.

FYI: the bottle itself is dishwasher-safe, but the top and strap aren’t, so be careful!

Promising review: “Everywhere I go with my bottle I get complements. It’s great quality and super functional. I love the strap on the lid, it makes it easier to tote it around. I 100% recommend this. I was worried it was going to be too small but it’s the perfect size to fit in my cup holder and sip on throughout the day.” —Walmart reviewer

Price: $13.74 (available in two colors)


A Pioneer Woman 6-quart portable slow cooker so you can take your pot roast to the potluck without having to resort to a separate container.

A model demonstrating the top clip on this slow cooker


Slow cookers are also a great money-saver on their own. My darling single mother used one as an alternative to takeout when she’d be working long hours and too exhausted to make dinner. She’d put a roast or curry or chicken on before work and it’d be done before she got home. It was always delicious and way cheaper than ordering in, proving once again that single parents are superheroes.

Aside from the natty floral pattern, this slow cooker has some great features including easy-grip handles and a clips to hold the lid in place, in case you ever want to take your cooker to a second location and don’t want to have to worry about au jus sloshing all over your back seat (and the consummate detailing bill).

There’s three heat settings, the stoneware crock lid are removable and dishwasher safe, and the 6-quart capacity has enough space to cook a 6-pound chicken or a 4-pound roast—enough to serve six or seven people at least.

By the way: I looked into it, and a travel container to keep your food warm and secure costs about the same as this cooker, so considering you won’t need one the savings are instantaneous.

Promising review: “I love everything about it! I’ve been needing a crockpot shaped like this one for a long time and I can’t wait to put my roast in there! It’s also very pretty and the handle is very convenient.” —Debbie

Price: $24.96+ (originally $39.99, available in two colors)


A relaxing sounds machine to help mask other annoying sounds so you can get some shuteye already, because sleep is priceless.

The sound machine on an end table next to a bed


My beloved partner, the world’s lightest sleeper, used to use one of these to tune out the trains across the street from their house. It worked great!

This baby’s got six different nature-inspired sounds and fifteen, thirty, and sixty minute auto-off settings.

Promising review: “First unit lasted 20 years. Literally could not sleep with out this machine. Thank you for giving me back peace of mind.” —Boni

Price: $19.99 (originally $24.99)


Or, a pair of Bose wireless Sleepbuds that gives you relaxing sounds as you fall asleep, then masks other sounds the rest of the night, so you can rest soundly. Let’s face it, even though your neighbor loves to play Call of Duty until 2 a.m. everyday, it’s a heck of a lot cheaper than moving.

A person sleeping with the buds in their ears


Not to point fingers or anything, guy in apartment 3C.

They look just like headphones, but they’re actually a nifty device that only plays tranquil sounds from the Bose Sleep app. The earpiece is made of soft silicone, the batteries last ten hours, and there’s even a wake-up feature so you’re rearing to go the next morning.

Promising review: “These sleep buds provide an excellent level of quiet from external noises, as well as providing lovely sounds internally. They are extremely comfortable, and come with multiple ear tips, to better fit anyone’s ears. The charging case is attractive, and small enough not to take up too much valuable bedside table space. While I absolutely endorse them for their intended use, sleeping, I also use these to block out noisy neighbors, as well as during yoga, as the sounds are very relaxing and help me focus on what I am doing, rather than allowing outside noises to distract me. I would definitely recommend these sleep buds, they are wonderful!” —NolaCricket

Price: $249


A Keruig pod coffeemaker to make getting a cup of sweet java so easy, you’ll reconsider you’re daily drop in at the café across the street. Three bucks a day adds up quick, y’know? With that in mind, you’ll make your money back on this thing in a month or two.

The Keruig in black, with a cup in it


Nothing can replace the warm smile of that barista you’ve been crushing on, but you can still head back every for avocado toast every Saturday and have scratch to spare.

You probably know how one of these works, but for the uninitiated, to make a cup of coffee you fill the reservoir with water, drop a specially-designed plastic pod with coffee grounds (or tea, or hot cocoa mix, or whatever else your supermarket carries), lower the lever, press a button, and it dispenses. It’s like magic!

Promising review: “Due to health issues, my family turned our 2nd floor master bedroom into an efficiency apartment complete with fridge, microwave and now, a beautiful Keurig! My coffee and tea are delicious! I’m loving it!” —Patmae29

Price: $59 (available in five colors)


A reusable K-Cup because filling your own coffee pods with your favorite grounds can save you up to 70% compared to the store-bought kind. It’s also way better for the environment, since you won’t be throwing away a little plastic thing every time you brew your bean juice.

The purple pod, in packaging, and out of the packaging


It’s pretty easy to use. Just put in a scoop of coffee, insert the pod into the Keruig, and you’re good to go.

The pods are BPA-free and dishwasher-safe.

Promising review: “This is great for when you only have a K-Cup machine, but the prices are too expensive and there is no way to make it as strong as you want. That’s why I love this. I can make it as strong as I want and don’t have to pay k-cup prices. A great product. Very pleased with my purchase.” —Christina

Price: $6.89


And! An Ozark Trail vacuum-sealed 30-ounce tumbler so you can take your joe on the road (get it?). These tumblers are ~super~ popular — in fact, they were the best-selling item at Walmart two years running, and it’s easy to see why. Reviewers swear it’s a great dupe for the similar Yeti tumbler, at just a quarter of the price.

The tumbler, in pink


They they’ll keep your morning coffee warm until lunchtime, work equally well to keep your beverage icy cold if that’s your thing, and cost the same as a couple of coffees to go.

These tumblers aren’t dishwasher-safe, but they are BPA-free, made of 18/8 stainless steel, and hold enough liquid to keep you caffeinated all day long.

Promising review: “My husband and I did our own test at home between this tumbler and the comparable Yeti. We put in thirteen ice cubes each to start, after twenty-four hours they both have a bit of ice left. The Yeti had a tad bit more, but definitely not $30 more! The Ozark worked great, and almost is identical. I bought at least six for Christmas gifts! Don’t waste money on a Yeti!” —LG44

Price: $8.74+ (available in one-, two-, and four-packs, and six colors)


An OPI base coat for a professional quality manicure at home. Base coats mean your polish goes on smooth and stays adhered much longer. It’s always cheaper to do your own nails, and you’ll spend even less by using less shellac.

The base coat


Promising review: “This product allows polish to adhere to it well and aids in the longevity of your manicure. I use it primarily with OPI color polishes and OPI Top Coat. It also keeps color polishes from staining your nails.” —Walmart reviewer

Price: $8.26 (originally $10.50)


And an OPI top coat reviewers say will keep your colored claws chip-free for up to ten days, and with a longer-lasting mani you’ll be painting your dainty digits way less often. Win-win!

The top coat


I paint my own nails about once a week and use this with the OPI base coat. My rarely chips before I’m ready for a new color.

Promising review: “I never really bother with top coats, because I am a hands-on mom, and lately I wash hands like four thousand times a day. Using this with the base coat and color had been game-changer for me. My polish is 10 days going strong, barely a chip. I love it!” —Walmart reviewer

Price: $8.26 (originally $10.50)


A diagnostic code reader so you can find out why the check engine light came on ~and~ turn it off, without a pricey trip to the mechanic. Plug this puppy into your vehicle’s OBD port, and it will display the code for whatever’s wrong as well as what the code means. Mechanics’ labor rates are usually $70-100 an hour, so a self-diagnosis can save you some serious cash.

The code reader


Promising review: “The ‘Service Engine Soon’ light came on in my 2004 BMW X1. I wanted to diagnose the service codes but had no expectation of being able to erase the codes or service light. After looking at several other more expensive nonvehicle-specific OBD2 scanners I bought this for $20. To my surprise not only did it diagnose the System Lean codes, but also erased the service light. This paid for itself after first use plus I was able to take the money I was going to spend on another scan tool and buy parts for the repair. This is a must-have.” —ELMIII

Price: $19.84


A Roku streaming stick so you can stream to your heart’s content and save $100 a month or more once you kick your cable box to the curb.

hand holding the Roku stick


This model has excellent Wi-Fi reception, streams in HD and 4K, and comes with tons of free content built-in. It’s also great for upgrading older TVs without Wi-Fi or streaming built-in. Like Blur sang in 1999, you and your TV can start over again—even if you’re set’s over twenty years old.

(By the way, if your set really is as old as the song “Coffee and TV,” but you still want to use this Roku model to stream Wandavision, you can totally do it but you’re going to need an RGB-USB converter and this USB adaptor.)

Promising review: “Why did no one tell me about this Roku stick?! I am done with cable, just returned my cable box yesterday. I LOVE this thing. You can take it with you on vacations or wherever. I stream Netflix, YouTube, and others— also it can stream ANYTHING! This stick just saved me so much money that I was totally wasting on cable. Cable can kick rocks with no shoes on. Thank you Roku! So easy to set up too, took like five minutes. Yes!” —Lynne43

Price: $39 (originally $49)


An 6-quart Instant Pot that’s like six appliances in one because it can easily make everything from soup, rice, and slow-cooked meats, to sautéed vegetables and even yogurt. Also, Instant Pots cook food up to 70% faster than your stove. I have one and it’s so darn easy to use I’ve basically stopped getting delivery, because what’s the point in waiting an hour for cold food if I can have dinner ready in less than 20 minutes?

An Instant Pot being used to make mac-n-cheese


A 24-hour timer lets you delay cooking up to a day, and the automatic keep warm feature keeps your food at just the right temperature until you’re ready to serve it. The inner pot is dishwasher-safe, has no chemical coating, and comes with a three-ply bottom for even heating.

Promising review: “This is one of the best things I have bought in a long time! It really eases the chore of cooking! The foods we can make are unstoppable! I am in love with it!” —Emberfire

Price: $79+ (originally $99.95, available in four colors)

Want some ideas about how to use YOUR instant pot? Check out these awesome recipes from Tasty!


A high-power Nutribullet blender so you can make literally hundreds of smoothies at home. With all those skipped trips to the juice bar, the Nurtibullet will pay for itself many times over.

A person loading their Nutribullet up with fruit and nuts to make a smoothie


With 900 watts of power, this device can turn just about anything into a smoothly sippable delight, and all the detachable parts are dishwasher safe.

Promising review: “This is my second 900-watt bullet. I had a smoothie a day for four years before the first one started giving me trouble. That’s 1,460 smoothies plus some occasional ice crushing.” —Walmart reviewer

Price: $79.99 (originally $129.99)


A FoodSaver vacuum sealer to protect your foods and extend their shelf life up to five times longer in the fridge and twice as long in the pantry. The less you have to throw out, the more you’re saving.

The vacuum sealer, sealing up some meat


Depending on how much spoiled food you toss out, this could save you a whole bunch of money.

Promising review: “If you like to have your food fresh for longer period and are tired of throwing food away because of spoilage or just that annoying freezer burn, then you are ready to invest into a good vacuum sealer system. We use our food saver to extend the storage life of our foods. I’ve been able to save so much money just because I can buy in bulk, use a bit at a time without foods going bad. The handheld sealer works great on the FoodSaver bags, it’s quick and simple to use. This is a must for anyone who buys food in bulk and wants to minimize the amount of food waste.” —Nathan

Price: $189

If you get really into this, you’re going to need more bags. Here’s a multi-pack of the FoodSaver bags mentioned by the reviewer.


A small and mighty 1,000-amp jump starter reviewers swear by in case your battery dies and you’d rather not splurge on a new one, or roadside assistance, or in the worst of scenarios, a tow.

The jumpstarter


Heads up, though! This model is only rated for up to six-liter gas engines or up to a four-liter engine if your baby runs on diesel. You’re going to want the 2,000-amp model for up to eight-liter gas engines/six-liter diesel engines, and the 3,000-amp model for up to nine-liter gas engines/seven-liter diesel engines. These other versions have just as strong of reviews, don’t worry.

Promising review: “I did my homework on this type of product and this brand and model kept popping up in my searches. I spoke with a lot of people I know and work with, and several of them told me they own and have used this product. They highly recommended it to me and told me to watch YouTube videos of it in action, so I did, and was impressed with it’s performance. I had an Optima RedTop battery in my Jeep that was completely dead. I put this product on and the Jeep fired right up. I was really impressed by how such a small compact product could have that much power in it. This was money well spent and I highly recommend this product to anyone.” —Kevin

Price: $99.95 (originally $125.95)


A combination convection oven/air fryer/microwave that’s a miracle of modern science because it’s not only three awesome appliances in one, but it can also convection cook and microwave ~at the same time~ so your food is ready lickety-split. It also has auto-reheat and sensor cooking! You’ll save time, you’ll save money, and you’ll save counter space. Win-win-win!

The microwave air fryer with some French fries inside


I don’t know how anything could ever get better than this. That’s it, I’m calling it: civilization has reached its peak.

Promising review: “This countertop chef does it all and then some. I did not realize there were appliances out there like this. The most impressive thing to me is that you can bake cookies or a cake with the included baking/roasting accessory, saving room in my oven for other things. You just type in the code and it will let you know when it has preheated so you can add the food to bake. Using the same baking/roasting accessory, you can roast a pound of potatoes in 46 minutes. I like that it has pre-sets for auto-reheating (and auto-cooking) too.” —PinkTulips

Price: $109


A can of L’Oreal Magic Root Cover Up gray concealer spray to give you a quick touch-up for way less than the price of going to a salon, or to help you go grey naturally without resorting to costly highlights. Whatever your preference, it comes in ten colors, one of which is probably just right for you. It’s a bargain, whatever you use it for.

A person applying the concealer spray to their grey roots


Promising review: “I always used this product when covering up the grey in-between coloring. It was also a fabulous tool when I decided not to color anymore and go full on grey. You can imagine the interim time where you look like a raccoon? I would spray this when it was only a little grey, then as I progressed, I would spray it her and there, kind of like highlighting, then I stopped using it. Two years ago now and completely grey and loving it. Thanks L’Oreal for the help with the transition.” —Grey Hair

Price: $9.97 (available in ten colors)


A package of Duck heavy duty weatherstripping that’ll seal your exterior doors and windows against winter drafts, summer heat, bugs, dust, and pollen. It’s a simple investment with big returns that’s easy to install, guaranteed for ten years, and won’t freeze or crack all the way down to -40 degrees.

A person installing the weatherstripping


Promising review: “If you’re patient, and take your time putting this stripping up correctly, you will not believe the difference. Literally night and day. The drafty door was so bad we were going to invest in a good storm door, then put this stripping up and the draft is completely gone! We couldn’t believe how brilliantly this stuff works.” —ABH2

Price: $4.88+ (available in three sizes)


A set of mesh washing machine bags to protect your delicates and keep your wallet safe from having to replace your favorite clothes after your bra clasps decide to chew holes in everything.

The bags, with clothes in them


Yeah, I know I’m supposed to hand-wash my bras, but who has time for that?!? I’ve definitely learned my lesson on this one. It pays to play it safe, friends.

Promising review: “These wash bags are great because the fabric mesh is fine enough to prevent garment hooks from snagging and having to be untangled. The bags are very well made of quality materials. The three sizes accommodate a nice variety of needs, and they are an excellent buy!”—NBLD

Price: $10.39

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