Useless household items that you probably have
Garlic press: Let's be real: most recipes call for chopped garlic, plus, these are a pain to clean.
Filing cabinets: Buying tons of filing cabinets is just an invitation for more paper clutter.
Piggy banks: You might have kept one as decoration from when you were a kid.
Popcorn machine: It's not even worth counting the amount of popcorn you'd have to make for this personal popcorn machine to be cost-effective.
Wire hangers from the dry cleaners: Now, it might be a plus to get some free extra hangers.
Electric egg cooker: Appliances for very specific purposes are often justified by promising the perfect boiled egg.
Exercise gadgets: Countless homes are littered with untouched exercise gadgets from New Year's resolutions.
Fax machine: Unless you're still living in the '80s and '90s, there is no reason for keeping fax machines.
Mosquito zappers: There's actually no evidence what mosquitos are attracted to ultraviolet light.
Salad spinner: With a push of a button the salad is tossed around and dried.
Deep fryer: This purchase is all fun and games when you think about the onion rings and French fries you can make.
Pizza cutter: That rickety sharpened wheel on a stick is probably one of the most useless things you own.