Of The Most Popular Home Products On Amazon, These 42 Truly Deserve Their Cult Status

When browsing through the seemingly endless amount of home products available, savvy Amazon shoppers use good reviews and impressive overall star ratings as their guide. And when those well-reviewed products are shockingly useful and make every day easier, they join the ranks of cult-favorite home products on Amazon that are actually worth the buzz. Thanks to strong word-of-mouth, you may have heard about a few items on this list already. Things like the Instant Pot pressure cooker, an air fryer, and the Echo Dot smart speaker have lots of hype — and as their great Amazon reviews show, they definitely belong on the cult-favorite list. But there are other popular home products on this list that might have flown under your radar until now, like a best-selling shower curtain liner, a genius rotating makeup organizer, and a stainless steel can cooler that has an almost-perfect five-star rating. Whether you’re looking to upgrade the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, or living room (even the garage!), there’s sure to be a few things you’ll love on this list of 42 Amazon fan favorites. After all, with thousands of positive reviews and super-fast shipping, you can’t go...

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This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Forbes Finds covers products and experiences we think you’ll love. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. One appeal of taking a cruise from the Port of New Orleans is being able to take advantage of pre-cruise or post-cruise stays in a city unparalleled for its unique mix of cuisine, entertainment, and laid-back Louisiana lifestyle. The Big Easy offers visitors the chance to stroll along the historic French Quarter, which is always brimming with nightlife—or discover the galleries and museums in the Arts District. You can even  take a streetcar ride on the oldest continuing operating line in the world. Of course, this might include stops to sample a beignet at the famed Café du Monde or chomp on a fried oyster po’ boy. “New Orleans is a wonderful city for cruisers,” says Colleen McDaniel, senior executive editor of Cruise Critic. “The port offers easy embarkation and disembarkation so passengers can spend their time doing things they love rather than waiting in lines.” Here are s...