TikTok is useful for many things, but for me, learning how other people clean and what they use to do it has been especially valuable. CleanTok is a sensation in its own right, and for the most part, you can find great tips and recommendations there—some recommendations, though, are better than others. Here are some great products TikTok loves, and a few you can skip.

Great TikTok cleaning products

Keep in mind that influencers across all platforms may get commissions or other kickbacks for certain recommendations, which they’re supposed to disclose, but don’t always. The products below will be from a mix of Target and Amazon, but can be found in a variety of places—and even purchased directly from creators’ videos on TikTok Shop.

We’ll start with an all-timer, a product that is universally adored across TikTok: The O-Cedar wring mop.

This product is popular because you can pump the spinner with your feet, not your hands. It keeps clean and dirty water separate, plus the mop head is shaped like a triangle, making it easy to shove into tight spaces and corners.

Next, another all-timer: An electric spin brush. CleanTokkers use these all the time, comparing brands and recommending them for everything from shower cleaning to floor scrubbing. All of the brands seem comparable in price and reviews, so feel free to pick one that’s on sale, like this bad boy:

Other than those, you have lots of options for TikTok-approved cleaning products:

Car owners love cleaning gels, like the Colorcoral universal dust cleaner ($9.97 for two jars), which goes into small spaces easily and pulls dust right out.

The Bissell Little Green Cleaner ($98.59) has been trending on the app for a few years because, despite its small size, it pulls big stains out of upholstery, carpet, and more.

The Scrub Daddy ($7.25) may seem like just a sponge, but with its slots for cleaning utensils, different levels of coarseness, and friendly little face, it’s developed a major cult following.

Soap-dispensing brushes, like this one from Scotch-Brite ($6.33), are also popular. They make doing the dishes easier, but can also be used to clean the shower or anything around the house with minimal effort. (The most popular one on the app is the OXO version, but it’s $4 more than the Scotch-Brite, and since they do the same thing, go for the cheaper one.)

TikTokers are also really into pet hair removers, like this Lintplus rake (two for $9.99), because they work and are satisfying to use.

I recommend these a lot, but only because they’re so cool: Drill brush attachments, like this eight-piece set from Holikme ($9.99), which turn your power tools into power scrubbers for an intense clean.

The Chomp wall cleaner ($39.97) has remained popular on CleanTok for a long time and the videos of the telescopic scrubber blasting through wall grime are very satisfying to watch.

Speaking of satisfying, the mini desk vacuum from ODISTAR ($9.98) remains a crowd pleaser on TikTok because it takes up barely any space.

TikTok cleaning products you can skip

There are a few hacks out there that recommend using certain products, but not only are they unnecessarily expensive in the name of being a “trend,” they can be dangerous. For instance, the “overloading” trend asks you to mix a variety of products in your toilet bowl for the pleasing color effects, but overlooks how you may be creating noxious gases that could hurt you or just damaging your pipes.

You also don’t need to buy Fabuloso to stick in the back of your toilet tank. While the colored water swirls look nice in a video, they can damage the toilet overall.

Finally, don’t boil air freshener wicks to make your home smell clean, no matter what TikTok says. It’s not clear if it’s dangerous, but it is a waste. Just plug them in.