To college? You already know that you need two XL sheets, a shower caddy and your laptop.
There are a few more things to add to your shopping list. Make your dorm intelligent, clean and comfortable with these nine items.
Would you like to prepare your own meals without access to a real kitchen? Enter the. This multi-tasking miracle can do it all. Rice? Check. Soup? Certainly. .
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A mini fridge has been a dorm for decades, and for a good reason. It allows you to buy perishable foods such as yogurt and milk and to keep cold drinks nearby for late learning.
Toaster Oven or Microwave Oven
Are you more busy making toast and cooking frozen pizza, or baking deep-frozen dinners in the microwave and cake pie? Your answer will help you decide which device to bring to your dorm.
are probably more versatile because you can bake in them, but and faster for heating leftover food.
If you feel that you can not live without a microwave, read our guide.
Look, do not let your dorm become as rude as your neighbor's. Get a compact vacuum cleaner to keep floors clean and treat small spills. A simple stick model works well for a dorm.
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Basic Cleaning Products
Just because you do not need to clean the shared bathrooms does not mean that you should not have any cleaners for your own room.
You do not need much. Antibacterial wipes and dusters can do a lot to keep your room clean. For wash days you can save money with.
An Amazon Echo ($ 85 at Amazon.com) or Google Home ($ 99 at Google Store) should be on Your computer shopping list. Each of these can act as an alarm clock, stream music, play games, answer homework questions, remind you to do laundry and more.
To save space, check out the Echo Dot ($ 40 on Amazon.com) or Google Home Mini ($ 49 on Google Store) .
If you bring a television to the university, you should bring along a. With Amazon Fire TV, Roku Streaming Stick, and others, you can stream Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and more. Perfect for movie nights.
Distract your eye from these mild dorm walls with art that is better than these generic posters in the bookstore. For students on a small budget (in principle, all students) we have collectedand the frames for it.
Now that you have a footage, you need to frame it. Avoid putting holes in your walls if you want to get your bail back.
Use command hooks instead. They come in many different variants and are essential for dorms and apartments.
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