1. Kitchen Scissors
Stop wrestling with food packaging and dedicate a pair of easy-to-clean scissors for kitchen use only.
Make healthy dinners in a flash with no messy cleanup!
Skip the standard butter and season plain popcorn with garlic salt and parmesan cheese, truffle oil, or, for a sweet snack, cocoa powder!
Keep bread bags and opened bags of chips or cereal clipped shut. Or use a glue gun to attach the clothespins to the inside of a cabinet door, keeping potholders and rubber gloves within reach.
5. Ceramic Knife
You'll fall in love the first time you use it! It's lightweight, lasts for years without sharpening and comes in great colors and patterns like polka dots!
6. Mulling Spices
Warm up those cold winter nights by adding mulling spices to warm cider.
Helpful in the kitchen and great for applying glue to small items, cleaning small spaces (like grooves in a phone) or wrapping around the tape end so you can find it again on the roll.
8. Glass Cutting Board
So easy to clean and disinfect, a cutting board made from tempered glass can also be used as a trivet or a serving tray.
No need to lug around a bucket of different cleaners. Get your whole kitchen clean and smelling great with just one.
Nothing removes dirt from around faucets or sweeps away crumbs from the seal of the fridge better.
11. Shelf Liner
This rubberized mesh is nonadhesive and cushions delicate dishes and glasses in your cabinets.
12. Rubber Bands
In addition to their regular duties, rubber bands can help ease open a jar or safely keep stemware secured to the top rack of the dishwasher.
It looks like a small onion, and it’s the professional chef’s secret weapon when it comes to adding a touch of extra flavor to a dish.
14. Step Ladder
Safely retrieve hard-to-reach items with this handy tool. Small fold-away versions make storage a snap.
15. Over-the-Door Shoe Rack
It keeps shoes from cluttering the floor but can also organize accessories like belts and scarves or bathroom items like brushes, combs and hairspray.
16. Eyeglass Repair Kit
It provides replacement screws and a little screwdriver that can fix many things beyond glasses.
17. Drano® Snake Plus Drain Cleaning Kit
Clogs happen. This kit is effective, easy to use
and much cheaper than a plumber.
18. Sewing Kit
A basic sewing kit should include needles, thread (black and white), small scissors, buttons, safety pins, a seam ripper and iron-on seam binding.
19. Measuring Tape
Essential for gauging the actual dimensions of your online purchases. It's the best way to figure out if something will fit in your home.
20. Breath Mint Tins
Compact and secure, tins can store small items like vitamins, buttons or safety pins with ease. On the go? Toss them in your purse or suitcase.
21. Glade® Sense & Spray® Automatic Freshener
Perk up a winter day with the scent of lavender & vanilla
22. Electronics Cleaner
Safely clean all your electronic equipment with Pledge® Multi Surface Everyday Cleaner
23. Permanent Markers
Handy for all labeling, including CDs and DVDs.
Add a little sparkle to homemade valentines, scrapbook pages, and rainy- or snowy-day crafts. Storing it in salt shakers lets you shake out just what you need and prevents spills.
25. Extension Cord
You never know when you need to run power to something, somewhere.
Everyone should have the basics on hand: a hammer, nails, a big and little Phillips-head and flat-head screwdriver, needle-nose pliers, a box cutter and a staple gun.
Always keep one or two flashlights with fresh batteries in the house. They'll help during power outages and allow you to peer into the back of closets and under beds, too.
28. Duct Tape
Sometimes it seems as if duct tape can repair practically anything.
29. Chocolate Sauce
It’s an extra special treat for an extra day! Keep a bottle of chocolate sauce in the refrigerator, because you never know when you might want to sweeten up dessert just a little. And remember to look around your home every now and then to keep an eye out for those little things that make life easier and even just a little more fun.