20 Life-Changing Home Products for Lazy People Who Hate Cleaning

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Neato's Botvac D3 Connected Laser Guided Robot Vacuum uses its patented Laser Smart technology to scan each room of your home to see whether it needs cleaning (pretty rad, right? ) so that you don't even have to wonder which floors need attending to since it's already on top of it.

It's more or less like a giant lint roller in that it picks up hair, lint, and dust, but also works like a cordless vacuum because it grabs excess dirt and grime, too.

If you can believe it, this handy-dandy Microfiber Mini Blind Duster actually makes the process of cleaning your blinds borderline fun. (Throw on some music and dance while you're at it and you'll see what we mean. ) In just a few swift motions, dust disappears and blinds look brand new.

Your place doesn't have to look like an episode of Hoarders for it to need some sprucing up, either: Sometimes it's the little things, like giving your microwave a proper wipe-down or investing in an air purifier, that make all the difference.

If you're someone who owns a lot of jewelry and beauty products (ahem, same), then we highly recommend investing in Gissar's Jewelry and Makeup Organizer, which comes with — wait for it — a full-length mirror and ample storage space for all your precious valuables.

And it's here folks (spring, that is), which means before you can really relish the warmer weather and longer days, a solid spring cleaning is in order.

What's more, not only is it highly absorbent (meaning it won't leave your floors wet), but it's also safe to use on vinyl, tile, marble, stone, and non-wax floors, making it an incredibly versatile item.

And, because of its small size, it'll fit snug underneath a desk or in a closet so it won't overcrowd a room. © 2019 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.

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