Murphy's is a classic that keeps my hard wood clean and smelling nice. It does a great job of cleaning and leaves everything shiny without being too polished--it feels very homey to me, but in scent and appearance. And it's cheap and easy to come by!
This and a broom were all I used to clean the floors in my old 1 bedroom apartment. The dry cloths pick up dog hair like WOAH and the wet clothes are simpler than a mop and do essentially the same thing. It's probably not the cheapest option, but I am cleaning-challenged and it worked for me!
I am someone who never fails to spill the dishwashing powder ALL OVER THE PLACE, so these packs that I picked up from Target are basically made for me. A little more expensive, but they end up being a comparable value because I don't waste as much!
I stopped using this toothpaste and switched to Sensodyne because an ingredient in this one gives me canker sores. I was buying it at my local drugstore but it's just as easy to buy an alternative that doesn't have that side effect, so I'm going to keep doing that!
I have sensitive teeth and the regular whitestrips make them ache. These don't do that but they do take dedication over a longer period of time, which doesn't necessarily work for me either! If I were able to get through a whole course of these, they would be the way to go but, as I am the person that I am, I buy the 2-hour express strips and just leave them on for however long I can tolerate.
These replacement brush heads for my electric toothbrush are great: they have multiple bristle lengths for a deep clean and you can buy them at Costco in bulk, which makes for a great value. My family keeps a pack in the downstairs bathroom because we all have the same toothbrush, and it's very convenient.
These are your standard toothbrushes. I keep a pack of these in the guest bathroom in case anyone forgets. I also take one with me when I travel because I am infamous for leaving fancy toothbrushes in hotel rooms. They're cheap and they get the job done. What else can you ask for in a guest room toothbrush, you know?
I mean, this is the gold standard of electric toothbrushes. The smaller heads make it easy to reach all the nooks and crannies, they come in several roughnesses, and many of the studies that show electric toothbrushes to be more effective than manual ones were done with this toothbrush
This stuff is as good a whitening toothpaste as any other and it's gentle enough to use twice a day. I used to get canker sores all the time and my dentist said that is apparently due to sulfates used as a foaming agent in many toothpastes. Sensodyne is Sulfate-free and since I switched over, I have gotten way fewer canker sores.