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31 Kitchen Products From Walmart That May Be Inexpensive, But Will Never Stop Being Useful

The best bang for your buck.

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1. A set of Rubbermaid glass storage containers to keep all your leftovers fresh, regardless of if you eat them the next day or in the next hour. And since they're glass, they're also odor and stain-resistant.

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Promising review: "We are loving these new Rubbermaid food storage containers! The glass one feels luxe and is super heavy duty — it can even go in the oven sans lid! We love how the lids are interchangeable and there is a satisfying audible sealing sound. The handles that secure and release the lid are awesome. Best of all...NO STAINING! These babies have held pasta sauce and curries and they clean up clear and bright. Love this product! " —WalmartCustomer

Price: $24.99 for a set of four

2. A Pioneer Woman citrus juicer, because freshly squeezed lime or lemon juice adds that extra zest to water, guacamole, or a homemade cocktail.

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Promising review: "When a recipe calls for any type of citrus juice, I really prefer using fresh fruit to get that juice. This Pioneer Woman handheld citrus press not only coordinates well with my other kitchen pieces from the same brand, but does a great job squeezing out every drop of juice. It works great and even captures the seeds, so they do not get into your juice." —ccsakura

Price: $7.97

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3. A KitchenAid multifunction can opener that not only will easily open your canned goods, but also help you pop open bottles.

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Promising review: "I got so sick of gimmicky can openers and paying premiums for electric ones that don't last. Sometimes a good, sturdy, basic tool is all you need. This is a comfortable, easy to use, and reliable can opener!" —Kewlzter

Price: $13.49+ (available in two colors)

4. A steel mesh organizer so you don't have to deal with a jumbled mess of silverware every time you open your drawers.

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Promising review: "These were perfect to set SIDEWAYS in my drawer, which made room for two. It was amazing how much silverware I was able to fit." —Srieves

Price: $12.69

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5. A can rack organizer that will stack your bulky cans (up to 36 standard-sized ones!) in an efficient way that doesn't monopolize all your cabinet space.

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Promising review: "Pleased with quality and price! It is very nice to have this can organizer in the pantry. I could also use it out of the way on a countertop because it truly looks neat. The white color frame goes well with most pantries and/or kitchens. It holds 27 15 oz. cans, with two spare inches in the back. That extra space is what allows this organizer to hold bigger cans like the 30 oz. with ease." —BestValue4MyMoney

Price: $13.97 (originally $16.88)

6. A pretty set of kitchen towels so you no longer have to air dry your just-washed dishes or hands, or in the latter case, wipe them on your pants.

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Promising review: "Absolutely love these beautiful towels. Very soft and absorbent. Dry almost instantly after using and washing. Best kitchen towels Ive found in a long time. These are great." —Lizfrankl

Price: $8.97 (available in five colors)

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7. A coffee maker that'll let you enjoy a whole pot of coffee any day for under $10. It also has an auto keep-warm function so on those days when you need that fourth or fifth cup of caffeine, it'll be just as hot as your first.

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Promising review: "Such a nice little coffee pot. I don't need all the extras that the more expensive coffee pots offer. This is perfect for my needs. Coffee is done quickly and it looks nice on my counter without taking up too much room. Makes great coffee!" —Tknopke

Price: $9.88

8. A KitchenAid grater, which is basically a four-in-one tool. It has fine, medium, and coarse graters, and a slicing blade to accomodate all the vegetables, fruits, or cheese in your fridge.

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Promising review: "This grater is well worth the money. I always had one of those cheap ones that used to rust. This one is a pleasure to use. It is very sturdy and grates much better. I would highly recommend it!" —Kathleen

Price: $14.97

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9. A stainless-steel paper towel holder that looks sleek and keeps your paper towels stationary instead of rolling around on your countertop.

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Promising review: "Solid, good weight so it doesn't tip over; holds the giant roll of paper towels perfectly. Easy to rip off one or more squares of towel. And it is good-looking and can fit into most decor. I am quite satisfied and would recommend this product. A great gift for any busy kitchen, and matches perfectly with stainless appliances." —Householdengineer

Price: $12.69 (originally $24.86)

10. A lid organizer to keep your lids sorted and help save you from the chaos of always trying to find the right lid for the right pot or pan.

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Promising review: "Great design, fit all my lids. Huge space saver, and organizes a big mess in my cabinets! Very happy with my purchase." —Laurene

Price: $8.76+ (available in two colors)

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11. A bowl and measuring spoon set that has conveniently and affordably put together most everything you'd need to prep for a good cooking or baking session.

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The 20-piece set includes three different-sized mixing bowls, three different-sized prep bowls with three lids, four different measuring cups, and seven measuring spoons.

Promising review: "Terrific bowls and spoons all nest beautifully inside each other. The mixing bowls have a rubber bottom to prevent slipping." —Joyce

Price: $19.97

12. A stainless-steel sink organizer, which includes a sponge and scrubby to provide everything you need to do dishes in one convenient place.

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Promising review: "Exactly what I wanted — small, well built, sits on my sink perfectly, and even comes with a scrubbie!!!" —Susaninmd

Price: $9.93

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13. A trio of bamboo cutting boards that are strong and durable for chopping, but also can double as boards to display cheese and charcuterie.

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Promising review: "Great boards. I use each one for something different. I use the large board for meats, the middle-size board for vegetables, and the smaller board for fruit. It doesn't get all scarred when you cut, the board remains cut-free. Extremely easy to clean." —S

Price: $14.24 (originally $18.99)

14. A 12-piece silicone utensil set so you have all the tools you need to flip, stir, scoop, and pick up your food.

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The set includes a solid turner, slotted turner, spaghetti server, ladle, solid spoon, slotted spoon, spatula, spoon spatula, tongs, flex spatula, and basting brush.

Promising review: "Love all the utensils in here. The wooden handles are so comfortable to use, and the silicone appears to be great quality. I've been looking for new utensils that matched and was impressed by all that was included in this pack. The merlot color is super pretty too." —Amy

Price: $26.50

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15. A plastic bag dispenser that can be attached to the inside of a cabinet door and organize the unsightly pile of bags you have spilling out onto the floor.

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Promising review: "Should have bought this a lonnnnnng time ago. I had been folding bags and keeping them under my extra sink in my kitchen. Just got tired of them looking messy. Instantly transformed the area underneath the sink and gave me more room for other things. Attached with Command hooks and it is sturdy and nice-looking. Looks waaay more expensive than it was." —candy

Price: $12.10 (originally $16.59)

16. A ceramic utensil holder to keep all your most used kitchen gadgets nearby and within reach. No more digging through a drawer for a spatula while something is about to burn on the stove.

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Promising review: "I love this utensil holder. It's a nice off-white and large enough to hold my plethora of utensils. Love!" —Robyn

Price: $10.86

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17. A three-tiered spice rack organizer so you can actually see what spices you own and immediately know when you need to restock.

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Promising review: "I bought three of these to help organize my spice cabinet! The cabinet looks so wonderful and organized. I got three because I wasn't sure one would hold many spices. On average one stadium rack holds 15 various sizes of spices. Overall I was very pleased with this purchase!!!" —KatieOF

Price: $11.07

18. A nonstick bakeware set that will help you achieve all your dreams of being a pro baker, or at least make yummy cookies and cakes using the right equipment.

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The set includes two six-cup muffin pans, two 9" round cake pans, one small cookie pan, and one medium cookie pan.

Promising review: "I've had these for only a bit, but I do cook every single day. My kid begs me to bake cupcakes or muffins a few times a week, so I've used the cupcake pans the most. I use no liners, just lightly coat with butter before pouring the batter in, and the cakes slide out effortlessly! No staining yet and they clean great in my dishwasher. For the price, you can't beat this. I love these pans!" —MissL

Price: $18.30

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19. A set of food storage containers to keep dry ingredients fresh longer than in half-torn-apart bags. They also can stack to make the most of your limited pantry space.

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Promising review: "Best bargain kitchen storage containers I've owned. Well constructed, great variety of sizes, sealed tightly that I could tell so far. Nice clear plastic. They make organization easier." —Ljpjcg

Price: $24.54 for a set of four (regularly $29)

20. A Magic Bullet mini blender so you can whip up the perfect portion of smoothies, soups, guacamole, and more in seconds.

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Promising review: "I love It. It's small and works great on smoothies, mixing up drinks, making a pasta sauce or mixing bread crumbs with seasoning." —K to G

Price: $22.96

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21. A Lodge 8-inch cast iron skillet that will be your new favorite pan because you can sauté, bake, broil, fry, or grill in it, and use it on the stove, in the oven, or on the grill. Talk about versatility!

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Promising review: "I love this little cast-iron skillet! It's the perfect size to scramble up a couple of eggs or make a grilled cheese sandwich. I was amazed at how easily it cleaned up afterwards, too. Taken care of properly, this skillet will last a lifetime." —Carol

Price: $12.92 (orignally $19.25)

22. A Cuisinart knife set, because there's nothing worse than having dull kitchen knives, and now you'll have a few to choose from.

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The set includes a 8" chef knife, 8" serrated bread knife, 8" slicing knife, 7" santoku knife, 6.5" serrated utility knife, and 3.5" paring knife, as well as blade guards for each knife.

Promising review: "These knives are spectacular. They're certainly the sharpest knives I've ever used. Colors are gorgeous and price is fantastic." —Terri

Price: $17.97 (originally $30)

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23. A food thermometer, which is one of those kitchen tools you never thought you needed until you're roasting a chicken and decide you'd rather not give yourself food poisoning by accidentally undercooking it.

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Promising review: "Best tester I've had. Very quick to read out and accurate. Nicely compact and love the magnets on the back as I never have to look for it. Highly recommend it." —Carol

Price: $12.99 (originally $19.99)

24. A set of peelers from BuzzFeed's Tasty collection that are handy to have around to help you quickly peel all sorts of fruits and veggies.

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The set includes a Julienne peeler, straight peeler, and serrated peeler

Promising review: "This peeler set is very fun, it comes in three colors: blue, teal, and red. I like to use the vertical one for things like cucumber, zucchini, and longer vegetables. The horizontal is great for apples and pears. The blade is very sharp and easy to use. Overall I am very pleased with this set." —BigKid913

Price: $7.97

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25. A set of terry pot holders to save your hands (and table) from hot pots and pans. There's one for each hand, and one to spare.

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Promising review: "These potholders are thick enough to securely pick up hot items but not so bulky that it is difficult to hold onto. I picked eggplant as my accent color and they are a deep rich plum color. A surprise to me was the heat resistant backing (didn't read the description I guess) which adds to its effectiveness and durability. I really like them and the price was more than right for three!!!!" —Patsy

Price: $8.54+ (originally $9.71+, available in 12 colors)

26. A stainless-steel mesh strainer that can rest on the side of a bowl to let you strain pasta or produce without creating a giant puddle of water on the counter.

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Promising review: "This is a superfine mesh strainer that is well made and works as expected. It's easy to clean and is a good size for everyday use. Definitely recommended." —James

Price: $12.97

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27. A pineapple corer, because you love to eat pineapple but hate to muscle your way through cutting the whole thing. Now you can just twist this slicer into the fruit and create perfect pineapple rings with minimal effort.

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It's from BuzzFeed's Tasty collection!

Promising review: "I love fresh pineapple but dreaded preparing it. Now with my new Tasty Pineapple Slicer, it's so simple and easy. Less than five minutes and tada, you have a bowl of perfect pineapple slices. The non-slip handle is a plus and clean up is easy. I wish I had discovered this awesome product sooner. Definitely recommend it!" —JJ

Price: $8.97

28. A set of Pioneer Woman ceramic bowls to brighten up your table when you serve dishes for family, friends, or yourself.

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Promising review: "Vibrant colors and rib design on the bowls are exactly as advertised. I really appreciate that the size of the smallest bowl is large enough for a pint of dip for chips or a pint of salsa. The large bowl is big enough for a family-sized bag of chips. Really practical and efficient product, love them!" —Susan

Price: $20.98 for a set of three

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29. A set of classic, white dinner plates that are break and chip-resistant and durable enough for everyday use, so you don't have to keep buying replacement ones.

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Promising review: "These plates look nice and clean and can be matched with various colors of placemats or tablecloths. They are also lightweight and very strong, and they stack easily without taking up much room in your cupboards." —Lizzy

Price: $17.28+ for a set of six (available in two sizes)

30. A clear turntable to keep your condiments or spices easy to reach and visible to prevent you from forgetting about that one jar that's been hiding in the back of your pantry for years.

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Promising review: "I like to place my olive oil, cooking wine, sesame oil, and all my tall bottles on it. Everything fits nicely. It has a rim on the bottom to keep everything in place. Turns very smoothly. Would definitely buy again." —McCatLady

Price: $15.97 (originally $23.99)

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31. An expandable cabinet shelf that will instantly give you an extra surface to hold your dishes or kitchenware and is way cheaper than having a contractor come in and build something new.

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Promising review: "This Mainstays expandable cabinet shelf is very sturdy and well-built! I put mine together for my plates and it holds the weight very well. It opens up the cupboard space very nicely so I have room to put other things in the cupboard as well! It expands so it can be as small or wide as you need for your cupboard! I definitely recommend this product!" —Rissaalynn93

Price: $12.93

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