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Kitchen Spaghetti Scrub, and more

iRobot’s Braava 380t
Faster and “less haphazard” than a Roomba, this cleaning droid is a whiz at keeping hardwood floors clean. It doesn’t vacuum, but it’s “practically silent” while sweeping or mopping with wet or dry micro-fiber cloths.
$300, store.irobot.com
Source: MensJournal.com

Kitchen Spaghetti Scrub
These all-natural scrubs, made of either recycled corn cobs or peach pits, “can be used for months without wearing out” and require no soap for general washing.
$11, shop.cooperhewitt.org
Source: Dwell.com

Dyson DC59 Animal Vacuum
Dyson’s latest cordless vacuum isn’t cheap. But this “drop-dead gorgeous” machine combines the convenience of a portable handheld with the power of an upright, making it perfect for apartment dwellers.
$500, amazon.com
Source:
PCMag.com

AM Computer Screen Cleaning Mist
Thanks to its microfiber exterior and a built-in spray, this palm-size screen cleaner “works superbly” as the daily answer to keeping your laptop or tablet germ- and fingerprint-free.
$13, getclean.am
Source: FT.com

AmazonBasics 12-Sheet Paper Shredder
This compact shredder thwarts data thieves by crosscutting tax-season documents into confetti. It ably handles more than 12 pages at a time, and can dice DVDs and credit cards too.
$55, amazon.com
Source:
TheWirecutter.com

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