There’s nothing wrong with giving gifts to get clean and organized. It may sound passive-aggressive, but it doesn’t have to be. Giving a gift that solves a problem or makes someone’s life easier is thoughtful. Isn’t that the point of gift-giving after all?
Gifts to Get Clean and Organized
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For the Jewelry-Lover
This wall-mounted jewelry rack keeps necklaces, earrings, and bracelets tidy. The rustic look is perfect for those who love modern farmhouse, shabby chic, or boho design.
For the Clothes-Hound
This set of 50 non-slip, velvet hangers keeps clothes from falling to the floor. They’re heavy duty yet constructed narrowly, which means they’ll increase closet space. Having matching hangers makes a closet look so much tidier, too.
For the Office Worker
Keep neckties and scarves tidy and wrinkle-free with this necktie holder 2-pack. Each rack holds up to twenty ties while taking up minimal space. With the staggered design, it’s easy to pick out just the right one without making a mess.
For the Plant-Lover
There’s only so much windowsill space to grow plants. After that, it’s time to think vertically! This set of three rustic hanging shelves are perfect for little herb pots or succulents, even knickknacks. They come with sturdy hooks for wall or ceiling mounting, too.
For the Pet Owner
Just because someone loves their pet doesn’t mean they like putting up with all of that pet hair. This washable grooming glove massages and brushes pets while picking up shedding hair before it can hit the floor.
For the Bath Lover
Help them keep their favorite book, bath gear, and a glass of wine all within reach. This extendable bamboo bath caddy turns their bath time into spa time. I love mine!
For the Meal Prepper
Plastic meal-prep containers don’t keep food fresh, and they leak. This set of eight glass containers with locking lids is leak-proof and BPA-free. They go from freezer to microwave and, unlike plastic, are dishwasher safe.
For the College Student
Bathroom shelf-space is at a premium in dorm rooms and shared apartments. This 8-pocket mesh shower caddy can hold all of their toiletries. It dries quickly and is washable, too.
For the Makeup Lover
Free up counter space and help them find the perfect shade in a flash with this makeup organizer. The three pieces can be stacked as one unit or used separately to hold cosmetics or jewelry, and everything is washable so it will always look new.
For the Quick Cleaning
This cordless multi-head scrubber tackles shower walls, tile, and grout quickly. With a 50-minute run time after a full charge, they’ll be able to clean their bathroom in no time then switch heads to tackle the kitchen, too. As a short person with arthritis, I use mine every week!
For the Friend Who Hates Mornings
A clock like this changed my life! By slowly brightening the room, this sunrise alarm clock with nature sounds brings you out of sleep naturally but effectively. There’s a backup alarm just in case, but at 100% illumination your room is as bright as day, so you’ll probably be out of bed long before then.
For the Shoe Lover
Free up closet floor space with this hanging shoe rack that holds eight pairs of shoes in just five inches of rod space. Or use it to stash sweaters, kids’ outfits for the week, even toys.
For Those with Hard Floors
No more mopping or sweeping? Yes! This robot mop that also sweeps is virtually silent. The tank works with any gentle cleaning solution and the washable, reusable pads clean grime and leave floors spotless. I use mine every single day — it’s one of my favorite purchases ever.
For the Wine Lover
This stylish free-standing wine rack holds up to twelve bottles, though there’s a 40-bottle size, too. It fits on a counter or in a refrigerated wine cooler. The simple, natural wood design matches any decor.
For Movie or Game Lovers
Organize movie DVDs or video games in this leather-look storage box. It’s sized to fit on shelves, or you can stack several and make a free-standing media storage unit. Keep the titles visible or turn it around for that tidy look.