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30 Useful Products Under $20 You Should Probably Buy In Your 20s


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SpencerGet them on Amazon for $14.95+ (available in six sizes that fit thighs 21–32", eight colors, and lace or solid options).This fits over pretty much any drain, whether it pops up, sinks in, or is flat and flush with the rest of the tub.Promising review: "After tossing away quite a few cheap-o drain protectors that became dingy over time, I decided to splurge on this OXO silicone drain protector. This has been a very worthy purchase!" —SuneimiGet one on Amazon for $9.99.Promising review: "My husband turns a lot in his sleep and has always woken up with the fitted sheet halfway off his side of the bed. It rubs in well, it does't smell weird, it makes my skin feel moisturized but not greasy AND it's cheap!" —SiobhanGet it on Amazon for $7.20.Promising review: "These little pimple patches work great!! Promising review: "This is my second One Line A Day Five Year Memory Book. Promising review: "I've had this toolkit for three years now, and it's still going strong. Really works well!" —Ruben RodriguezGet it on Amazon for $13.99.Seriously, BuzzFeed writer AnaMaria owns this and loves it — in just this organizer, she fits 32 lipsticks, six blushes and bronzers, two large highlighter sticks, one foundation bottle, three concealers, two contouring sticks, two rollerball perfumes, two primers, and countless lip pencils, eyeliners, and eyeshadow sticks. Promising review: "I love this storage for a couple of reasons. (Although they, like pretty much every sheet pan I've encountered, aren't dishwasher safe.)Promising review: "Definitely heavy duty. The opening is a narrow as shown in the picture so my cleaning brush is a tight fit but that is to be expected and not really a con." —MCGet one on Amazon for $15.95 (available in two sizes and 25 colors).It comes with three brushes: one with flexible bristles to fit into even narrow-necked bottles, a small loop scrubber for lids, and a thin fuzzy one for straws.Promising review: "I have to admit, I was hesitant to spend $10 on a bottle brush but am so glad I did! Promising review: "I live in a two-story house with three men, so needless to say, our downstairs toilet becomes quite a mess no less than three days after I clean it. Promising review: "I've had these for several months now. Promising review: "I have no clue how this works, but it does! Trust me, you won't regret it." —Heather and Ryne GriffithGet the pack of three on Amazon for $4.29.Some reviewers mention the adhesive's way too strong, while others complain it barely stuck to their walls — to make sure it both stays stuck and comes off easily (without damaging the surface it's on), I'd suggest hanging it with one or more picture-weight removable adhesive strips ($4.84 for a pack of six pairs). Promising review: "I bought this for my Dad who really likes his wine. He's tried it on some of his better wine and while it does change the taste a little, it wasn't as drastic as the improvement on the cheaper wine." —JasonGet one on Amazon for $15.99.I've owned one of these for years (and my parents have owned theirs for even longer) and it's still going strong: you simply dampen the bottom end of one of the rubber corks in water, stick it in the bottle, then use the pump to vacuum out the extra air until you hear a "click!" sound. Promising review: "So, you know how you open a bottle of wine for a glass and then the bottle sits there until it turns undrinkable? Promising review: "The Swiffer makes cleaning up pet hair quick and easy — the hair seems to gravitate towards the cloth. Because you never know when a situation like this reviewer's might arise (and yes, that's her pictured before and after above)....Promising review: "So my dog got into my makeup bag and got ahold of some liquid lipstick and needless to say I flipped out to see my now-neon orange carpet. The three stages are: diamond-coated (which straightens your metal knife), tungsten steel (to coarsely sharpen and restore), and ceramic (to polish and finely sharpen).Promising review: "I was a little skeptical because I've owned similar sharpeners before and they never really seemed to work.

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