This $14 Amazon Find Is the Ultimate Cleaning Solution for Every Area of Your Kitchen (and Beyond!)

published Oct 13, 2021
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Let’s face facts: A home is never truly clean until you get to those hard-to-reach spots, like grimy tub grout and greasy stove knobs. Sure, you can use hacks like old toothbrushes, but what’s even better? Trying something that is specifically designed for cleaning nooks and crannies. The LeeLoon Household Cleaning Brush kit has both Amazon reviewers and a cleaning expert raving about its functionality and versatility. Plus, it’s only $14 (and according to one reviewer, “worth every penny.”).

This five-piece set contains a mini nesting dustpan and brush, along with three multipurpose grout brushes. They are all ergonomically designed to keep your hands out of the way while the durable, flexible polypropylene bristles get down and dirty. And go ahead, let them get as dirty as you want, because they clean easily with soap and water or on the top rack of the dishwasher. 

The mini dustpan is about six inches wide and “perfect for a tiny spill that doesn’t require a vacuum,” as one reviewer notes. Think snack crumbs on your table, dusty windowsills, and car dashboards. The semicircle brush tackles moldy bathroom grout and that space between greasy kitchen tiles. The long brush reaches into grimy window frames and kitchen hood vents. And that small curve brush? It’s great for sink drains, faucets, and oven burners. Best of all, the brushes have scrapers in the back to help dislodge all the stuck-on gunk.

Amazon reviewers range from an admittedly OCD cleaner noting these are a “must” for windowsills to another user who “loathes cleaning” and swears “these brushes changed my life.” There’s even a reviewer who owns a professional cleaning business and calls these tools “perfect.” See? Even the pros know that this $14 find is the way to finally get to all those hard-to-reach spots — no hacks required.