In this article, We share 17 Amazon products you need that will save you money in 2023, and with so many ingenious items, including mini bag sealer, Reusable mop pads, Heated mattress pad and more.
17 Best Amazon Products
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1. Heated Mattress Pad
At number one, we have a product that could save you hundreds of dollars per year on your home energy bill. As we inch closer to the cooler months in winter, instead of reaching for your home thermostat to sleep more soundly on chilly nights, consider using this heated mattress pad with a dual zone control system. It allows both you and your partner to set your perfect sleeping temperatures.
The pad comes with safety features and an auto shutoff, and it’s incredibly plush and soft. Typically, we place this mattress pad right on top of our mattress, under the fitted sheet. However, for the purposes of demonstration, I wanted to show you how it looks. The king-size version costs $70, and the queen-size version costs $60. But keep in mind that the savings on your home energy bill could be significantly more than that amount.
2. Window Foam Adhesive
This indoor weather stripping window foam adhesive is a game-changer when it comes to keeping cold air inside during the summer and blocking out cool air from entering your home in the winter. The deal price is $7, although that price could change. Each strip contains two seals that can be used together for thicker, wider openings. The self-adhesive is strong, even during extreme temperature swings. When lining the doors or windows in the winter, it just stays put.
3. Reusable Storage Bags
At number Three, say goodbye to overpaying for Ziploc bags, and say hello to this 10 pack of BPA-free reusable storage bags. They’re also color-coded, which I’ll get to in a moment. For $7.99, you get a 10 pack of bags that are not only leak-proof but also significantly more durable than your typical Ziploc bags.
The orange bags are designed to hold a gallon of whatever you want to put inside, such as fruits or veggies, making them great for storage. The blue, sealable reusable bag is your typical sandwich size. Additionally, the green bag serves as a snack bag, and it’s a favorite for our four-year-old when it comes to school lunches.
Not only are these bags super easy to clean, but they are also great for marinating meats or handling other projects where your typical plastic or Ziploc bags might not have held up as well in the fridge over time.
4. Reusable Mop Pads
If you own a Swiffer, whether it’s a dry-use duster type Swiffer or a Swiffer mop with those wet pads where you’re typically paying around $10 for a 24-pack, that is all about to change. The reusable pads you see here are compatible with both wet and dry use on your Swiffer and are currently priced at $12.99 for two. They are machine washable and significantly more durable than the disposable ones. These pads fit beautifully onto the bottom of a Swiffer or a comparable product. Once you are done cleaning your floor or tiles or dusting, simply throw one of these reusable mop pad refills into the wash.
5. Cold Brew Coffee Maker
This $28 cold brew coffee maker, which has more than 57,000 nearly perfect reviews, will make a quart of your favorite cold brew, be it premium or regular coffee. Based on the size of this coffee maker, you’ll be set up for at least a few days, if not an entire week, where you can enjoy that perfect cold cup of iced brew on demand without overpaying someone else to do the dirty work.
6. Reusable K Cups
When it comes to hot coffee, if a certain member of your household (who shall not be named) still swears by their K-Cup machine, this BPA-free, extremely well-rated reusable six-pack of Keurig K-Cups allows you to use whatever coffee you want inside. The average cost of typical K-Cups is around 15 bucks for 24 K-Cups, but these reusable ones can significantly stretch your ground coffee budget, and they also offer environmental benefits. Additionally, they are easy to clean and dishwasher safe.
7. Food Storage Set
At number four, let’s head straight to your pantry with a solution to keep your food fresh longer and potentially help you better organize. It’s a 24-piece airtight food storage set, which includes 24 containers and 24 lids. Not one of those systems where they count the lids as part of the 24; it’s legit. The entire set is under 40 bucks, and besides being durable and easy to clean, it’s perfect for a pantry. Additionally, it’s a great way to combat the rising cost of groceries, as it helps cereal, pasta, and other household staples and snacks retain their freshness for longer periods.
These containers are also much easier to stack, and their transparency allows for quick and easy recognition of the contents. And if that’s not enough for you, they include labels and markers so you can specifically see what is housed inside any of these airtight food storage containers.
8. Mini Bag Sealer
If you don’t have space for all those containers, behold, it’s a mini bag sealer. I often find myself in a situation where I’m buying in bulk or from a warehouse, and I end up with this huge bag of chips, snacks, or popcorn. Since the average person, couple, or family can’t possibly consume all the contents of that giant bag in one sitting, our snacks often go stale. This mini bag sealer, priced at $14, requires two AA batteries which you can purchase separately. With it, you can seal all your leftover food, snacks, fruits, or whatever you need to avoid waste.
9. Spatty Daddy Kitchen Spatula Set
This next $10 product is apparently a Shark Tank item that helps you get every last perfect drop of goodness from the bottom of jars, cans, or marinades. Not only is this a great way to save money, but if you’ve ever used a knife or, in my case, a chopstick to scrape out the last bits, it could result in inadvertently stabbing your hand or getting a splinter. This tool provides a safer way to save money.
10. Wool Dryer Balls
At number ten, we have a potentially life-changing product, especially if you do a lot of laundry, especially with a newborn where it feels like we are doing laundry every 15 minutes all day long. These wool dryer balls will not only help your clothing dry faster, but they also lead to significant energy savings when you throw them into your dryer, much like the tennis ball trick that many of our parents have used in the past. However, these dryer balls are safer than a tennis ball as they contain no chemicals and won’t damage the inside of your dryer.
Using these dryer balls will also reduce your home energy bill as they help your dryer work 25% faster at drying clothing. This six-pack of extra-large dryer balls will last you 1000 loads, which is the equivalent of four large boxes of dryer sheets. In this case, that $16 investment goes a long way.
11. Makeup Removers
When comes to beauty products, these next two items have saved our household a lot of money. Point six begins with this 20-pack of reusable makeup removers, which is an awesome alternative to traditional cotton rounds. In the past, our household used to go through cotton pads and rounds like water, whether it was for eye makeup remover or helping clean boo-boos. These reusable makeup removers are machine washable and significantly more durable than your typical cotton pad. Not only are they much softer around her eyes, but they also don’t leave any traces of cotton or residue on her face.
12. Reusable Makeup Remover Cloths
Moreover, they are much stronger in terms of construction. Once you’re done using them, you can simply throw them into the wash and use them time and time again. The same is true for these ultra-soft, reusable makeup remover cloths that only require water. Unlike many of the ones you’ll find on the market, which could dry out your face or incorporate all sorts of chemicals, for eight bucks, you get five cloths that you can throw into the wash when you’re done. Just add water, and you can easily wipe your makeup off.
13. Bidet Attachment
At number 13, we have a way to potentially save thousands of dollars on toilet paper. Many of you are familiar with the concept of a bidet, and I got an incredible deal on the toilet you see right here in our bathroom as part of a clearance deal from Costco two years ago. This toilet has a built-in bidet that has saved us thousands of dollars on toilet paper over the years. Now, I wanted to find a DIY alternative, and you’re gonna find a link to this bidet that replicates many of the features of the toilet I just showed you, all for $45.32. This bidet does not require any complicated plumbing or power, and it can attach to pretty much any two-piece toilet. The average installation takes only 15 minutes.
14. Flip It
At number 14, we have another Shark Tank product, and this one helps you get every last ounce of shampoo, conditioner, or condiments by flipping your bottles into a position they should probably be in to begin with. This $25 bright-colored Flip-It bottle emptying kit includes four different sizes to help you get every last drop. It’s amazing in the kitchen, granting you free reign and access to your entire salad dressing bottle for the first time. Additionally, it’s great for lotions, shampoos, and all sorts of beauty accessories and products. This kit keeps your bottle in the perfect upright position to dispense every last drop.
15. Toothpaste Squeezer
Speaking of every last drop, that same product principle can be attributed to this four-piece toothpaste squeezer. First, take a look at the product page where you can get the cute collection for $4.38. Now, this is really bizarre: if you click on the romantic collection, you get a different color, which I don’t perceive to be romantic at all, and a different design that I also don’t consider to be romantic, but it does the same thing. Anyhow, let me show you how this works.
Toothpaste is expensive, and there’s nothing romantic about losing money. So, you put this onto the end of your toothpaste tube, and it helps you roll out every last drop. Moreover, you can also use this with different types of beauty products, including face creams and pretty much anything in a squeeze tube.
16. Vacuum Sealer Machine
For the next item on this list, before things get seriously relaxing, it’s a vacuum sealer machine. Many of you may have seen these before, but due to inflation and the rising cost of groceries, our family, like yours perhaps, buys meat, veggies, fish, or whatever is on sale for a particular week in bulk. We often cook and freeze products as well as attempt to extend the life of whatever we purchase.
This easy-to-use automatic vacuum sealing food system not only works with sous vide cooking but also includes a generous amount of bags for the price. It will extend the freshness of meat from three days to nine days, keep fruits and veggies fresher when stored in the fridge, and for fish or seafood, you could score an additional two to three days of freshness if you vacuum seal and store them in your fridge.
17. Foot Soak Spa
For the next point on my list before we get to the bonus section, if you enjoy a good foot massage or you find yourself frequenting a spa from time to time, $30 could get the job done and help you diminish your stress. For roughly the cost of just one appointment at a spa or for a foot massage, you can have a foot soak spa and massage on demand, on your own terms, from the comfort of your home. While prioritizing self-care should be priceless, the $30 price tied to this product, with a one-year warranty, is well spent in my books.