If You DIY, You Need These 10 Items in Amazon’s Secret Section
Have you discovered Amazon's Bargain Finds section yet? It's filled with products and materials to help get the job done, most priced below $15. On Amazon's home page, scroll down until you see the Bargain Finds panel—or shop our current helpful picks, below.
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A new showerhead can provide better water flow and a fresh appearance. This 4.2-inch diameter air-injected rainfall showerhead in chrome comes with a 10-year warranty. Easy installation and great price make it a fantastic deal.
Want to keep going with the bathroom upgrades? Here’s how to replace your tub and shower faucet trim.
Why simply wear slippers when you clean, when you can wear slippers that do the cleaning for you? These adorable slip-on shoe covers let you wipe up dust and spills without stooping over. This terrific gift idea can make cleaning fun for kids and adults. (Now if they only had a paw-sized version….)
Extra Long Phone Charger
Tired of your phone dying while you’re working? Well, this extra long phone charger cord will allow you to take your phone just about anywhere, no matter how far you’re working from an outlet.
Contour Gauge with Lock 2 Pack
Easily cut around an awkward space with a contour gauge. Amazon has these marked down about 25%.
There’s a reason that installing new cabinet pulls is often cited as one of the most effective and affordable ways to give your kitchen a lift. These oil-rubbed bronze cabinet pulls are a great way to modernize the look of your kitchen or bathroom cabinets in just a few hours.
Watch this to learn the best ways to clean your kitchen’s stainless steel:
New hardware is an easy update for your doors. There are a number of options available on Amazon’s Bargain Finds, including this Kwikset Venetian bronze lever dummy door handle.
Confused about which way a door should swing? Here’s an easy way to determine if it’s a left- or right-hand swinger.