20 Practical Kitchen Finds On Amazon Under $20

We found affordable Amazon kitchen hacks to make your life easier.

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Rather than suffering through the chaotic energy of a cluttered quarantine kitchen, check out these affordable Amazon kitchen hacks to make your life easier.
Rather than suffering through the chaotic energy of a cluttered quarantine kitchen, check out these affordable Amazon kitchen hacks to make your life easier.

Mismatched food storage lids, a junk drawer full of loose batteries and an under-sink cabinet that looks like a disaster zone. These days, your kitchen might be the most cluttered room in your home — especially if you’re spending more time there than anywhere else right now.

If the endless monotony of quarantine cooking and clean-up has you scrambling for kitchen hacks to make life easier, you wouldn’t be alone. We all have those odd-shaped pots and pans we need to make space for, a cluttered pantry or kitchen cabinets that need organizing and a messy fridge that just won’t seem to stay clean.

Figuring out clever space-saving hacks can be costly, time consuming and a bit overwhelming to start out — but it doesn’t have to be. Rather than suffering through the chaotic energy of a cluttered quarantine kitchen, there are cheap ways to give your kitchen more structure and less stress.

To help, we’ve pulled together a list of 20 practical kitchen gadgets, accessories, space-savers and other essentials on Amazon for under $20 that’ll make your life easier.

Take a look:

These silicone stretch lids, to replace foil and plastic wrap
If your Tupperware drawer is a nightmare, consider adding some of these silicone stretch lids to your food storage rotation. They'll replace the need for aluminum foil and plastic wrap, and one lid can replace a handful of missing Tupperware lids. This set of 12 stretch lids comes with seven different sizes, some big enough to fit over your largest stock pot, and some small enough to fit on a coke can. They're also dishwasher and freezer safe. Get them on Amazon.
These adhesive towel holders
Looking for an easy way to store towels within reach? These adhesive towel hooks are a renter-friendly solution that doesn't involve drilling into a backsplash and is nicer than just tucking your towels on the oven door. Use them in kitchens, bathrooms, closets and even use them to hang space face masks in the entryway. Get them on Amazon.
A battery organizer (yes, they exist!)
You know that junk drawer in your kitchen that's littered with loose batteries? No more. This (genius!) battery organizer will store all of those loose batteries — up to 93 of them, to be exact. It also comes with a battery tester, so you can make sure the ones you're storing actually do still have some juice left in them. Get it on Amazon.
These silicone food savers
You know when you use half of a fruit or veggie and have to figure out how to store the other half without it going off in a day? These food savers are the solution to keeping half-used fruits and veggies fresh for longer. You can also use these food huggers on jars, cans, milk bottles and more around the kitchen. Get them on Amazon.
Stasher Bags, reusable silicone food bags
Ditch plastic bags for these reusable alternatives to plastic bags. They're dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer and microwave save. Get them on Amazon.
These over-cabinet-door organizers for kitchens and bathrooms
Whether you have a small kitchen or a big one, you could always use more tools to keep your drawers and cabinets organized. These over-cabinet-door organizers are perfect for storing foil and plastic wrap, cutting boards, lids to pots and pans, and extra trash bags. Put one in your bathroom cabinet to store your blow dryer and hair tools. Just make sure to measure your cabinet's dimensions, especially if it has shelves inside, to make sure this will fit. Get it on Amazon.
A kitchen sink sponge holder
Extend the life of your sponges by keeping them out of your dirty sink. This suction sponge holder will keep your clean sponge away from your dirty dishes. Get it on Amazon.
A stylish way to organize your fridge
Chances are you're buying more groceries these days since you're probably home more. Your fridge might be more cluttered than ever. These fridge storage drawers hook underneath your fridge's shelves to create mini drawers you can use to store produce, eggs, deli items and anything else that needs organizing. Each order includes three pieces. Get them on Amazon.
A paper towel holder with extra storage
Making do with a tiny kitchen? Make your small space work even harder for you with this two-in-one paper towel rack with storage shelf. Use it to store everyday spices, oil and vinegar or even a few clean towels and wash clothes you need handy. The possibilities are endless. Get it on Amazon.
These silicone sponges
Trust us on this one: You should ditch your foam sponges for these reusable ones. They don't breed bacteria like cloth ones, and they're easy to clean because they can go right into the dishwasher. They can be used as pot holders, rubber grippers, vegetable brushes, car wash accessories and even pet groomers. Get them on Amazon.
These expandable kitchen cabinet and counter organizer
Make more space in your counters and cabinets by going vertical with these shelf organizers. Use them to separate plates from bowls and mugs, or to organize spices and canned goods. You can even use them to declutter cramped bathroom cabinets. Get them on Amazon.
This two-tier under-sink organizer
Why is it that everyone's under-sink cabinet looks like a disaster zone? Organize it once and for all with this two-tier under-sink sliding drawer organizer. If your kitchen cabinets are deep enough, you could even use this to organize dry goods, canned foods and even Tupperware and food storage lids. Get them on Amazon.
A magnetic knife strip
If you don't have room for a knife block, there's hope for you yet. Clean out your cutlery drawer with this magnetic knife bar strip to keep all of your essential cutlery within reach. Get it on Amazon.
To replace plastic wrap, these Bee's Wrap bee's wax reusable food wraps
Ditch plastic wrap in favor of this reusable, eco-friendly wrap made of organic cotton and bee's wax. Use them on produce, bread, cheese and whatever else you would typically wrap up in plastic. The bee's wax creates a natural seal around the food with the heat of your skin. Just avoid using hot water on them when you rinse them so you get the longest use out of them. Get them on Amazon.
One-touch, stick-on lights to use just about anywhere
These stick-on lights are an easy way to upgrade pretty much any space in your home. Use them to add under-cabinet lighting to your kitchen counters. Place them in a bookshelf, hutch or display cabinet to show off your prized possessions. Or stick a few in the dark corners of your closet so you don't have to dig around for that favorite sweater you can never find. Get them on Amazon.
This weird gel for detailed cleaning in tight spaces
This cleaning gel is marketed for car detail cleaning (air vents, console, etc.), but it can also be used around the house in hard-to-clean spaces. Use it on keyboards, in fans, on speakers and other tight corners where dust builds up. It's a top-seller for a reason. Get it on Amazon.
A two-tier dish-drying rack
Whether you have a dishwasher or not, there are those few pots, pans, wine glasses and cutlery that always need to be hand washed. Make sure you have enough space with this two-tiered dish rack that even has space for utensils and glasses. Get it on Amazon.
For recycling, an over-the-door trash bag holder
If you don't have space for a recycling bin, this is a a smart way to make space where it didn't exist before. You can even use it in super small bathrooms as a trash can. Get it on Amazon.
A way to organize your cluttered spice cabinet once and for all
The Spicy Shelf spice rack is perhaps one of the most useful spice storage solutions out there. It creates two elevated rows of spice storage that sits along the perimeter of your spice cabinet, freeing up the middle area for larger pantry staples like oil, vinegar, sugar, flour, and canned goods. Get it on Amazon.
A gadget to organize all of your cleaning tools
Get those brooms, mops, rakes and other cleaning tools off your floors, out of the closets and neatly organized once and for all with this organizer. It includes five slots for storing handles and six hooks. You won't believe how you've gone this long without it. Get it on Amazon.
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