Cleaning Gadgets For People That Hate To Clean

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When you think of high tech, you think of computers, music players, apps, video games – but never cleaning products. But don’t kid yourself, much innovation is being seen in the world of carpet cleaners and dishwashers. So if you’re too lazy to do your spring cleaning (or any cleaning for that matter), check out the following cleaning gadgets that are sure to make your life easier, and neater.
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Vacuum Pig

This table top vacuum pig literally pigs out on dust and crumbs. All for the low low price of $13.99
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Stick-On Stove Protectors

The simplest ideas are the best. Stoves are notorious for their caked-on messes. But with these stick-on stove protectors, you can now just peel off last month’s casserole. Price: $14.75
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Hoop Hamper

Cleaning’s no fun. But basketball is. So voilà – introducing the Hoop Hamper, where you slam-dunk your dirty clothes for just $19.95
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Puppy Slippers

Wouldn’t it be great if you could clean your place just by walking around? Well thanks to these puppy slippers, you can sweep while you walk. Price: $12.99
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The Hedgehogger

Forget that useless doormat. The Hedgehogger cleans the soles of your shoes just by stepping on him. Don’t worry he doesn’t mind, as long as you don’t mind paying $54.99 for him.
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Bubble Wand Washer

Having a hard time getting your kids to do the dishes? Well not anymore you don’t, thanks to the Bubble Wand, which let’s your kids blow bubbles while they wash. $10.12
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Self-Cleaning Toilet Brush

What’s the most disgusting thing in your home? The toilet brush of course – especially when it collects those poo particle pieces in its bristles. That’s why you need to get the Dip-San self-cleaning toilet brush. Price: $44.95
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Blind Cleaner

No, it’s not a cleaning tool for the blind. It’s a cleaning duster for your blinds. Price: $7.999
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Roomba

It’s finally here: a vacuum that vacuums all by itself. The Roomba knows where to clean, where the walls are, and knows when it’s done to your satisfaction. It’s well worth the $319.99 price tag.
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iRobot Braava

Once you get the Roomba, you’ll also want to buy it’s self mopping cousin – the iRobot Braava. Just imagine, two objects that’ll clean your entire house for you. Price: $259.99
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The Batman Belt Of Cleaners

What do you get when you combine a mop, spray bottle, washer, and duster all-in-one? A tool that’ll replace all your other cleaning tools. Price: $10.99
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Onesie Mop

If you want your kids to do chores, better start them off early. The Onesie Mop will have them cleaning as soon as they start crawling. Price: $38.95
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