If you’re like us, you probably do anything to avoid using a public restroom. But, unfortunately, there are just some times when nature calls, and you aren’t left with that many options.
But before you let your precious purse touch the germ-infested floor of a public bathroom, consider using the “Bagnet.” This clever purse invention has captured the hearts of fashionistas and germaphobes alike. Hidden inside this sleek leather keychain is a super-strong magnet capable of holding up even the heaviest purse. Staying healthy has never been chicer!
The Cat’s Quarters
Some cats live like royalty. The cat flat is a burgeoning trend in Asia that has been providing fortunate felines a place to unwind. This kitty has access to other rooms in the house through arched doorways. This archway leads to a special cat space, the kitty’s room, where the beloved pet can play, hide and rest.
Some cat-friendly homes have climbing steps built into the walls that lead to a nice, warm window seat, perfect for sunbathing, while others have built-in permanent cat trees constructed onto the wall.
The Bag Hanger
This. How many times do we have to go through that annoying experience of our bag sliding onto the floor when seated at a table? The worst chair for hanging bags on is the rounded, oval back chair. Yet, this little cut-out solution would solve that problem just as efficiently.
It’s great when people think of things that are practical and ingenious. We hope this list shows our endless appreciation.
Get a Grip
We've all had those moments where we feel like we've been defeated by a jar that just refuses to open. Sometimes nothing seems to work, no matter how much you try to pry open that jar. Thankfully, a new gadget by OXO called "Good Grips" makes struggling to open a sealed jar a thing of the past.
The "teeth" lined sides of the tool help you get a better grip, allowing you to break the vacuum seal that makes most jars seemingly impossible to twist open. We can see this becoming a kitchen staple!
Perfect for Picking Up Pickles
When it comes to pickles, the world may be divided, but there's certainly one thing we can all agree on — there's nothing more disgusting than having to fish out the last pickle at the bottom of the jar. Thankfully, the design gods heard the prayers of pickle lovers everywhere when they created this nifty little gadget.
This plastic invention strains out the brine, leaving just your prized pickles ready to be plucked up and eaten. For those who do not like pickles, we're sure this can work well for olives or even canned fruit.