19 Products That Breathe New Life Into Old Things

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It’s true what they say: Nothing lasts forever. But you don’t have to replace everything you own at the first sign of wear and tear. We’ve rounded up an array of innovative products designed to prolong the life of your belongings.

Before you buy, compare prices around the web to make sure you’re getting the best bargain.

Also, note that although prices you see here will almost always be accurate, they do sometimes differ slightly from what you will find when you visit Amazon.

Finally, note that orders of some nonessential items may be delayed while Amazon prioritizes shipment of essentials due to the coronavirus pandemic. To find out when a particular item would arrive, look for the “delivery date” during the checkout process.

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