Great Hacks for Household Items – Part One

Hi there my beautiful lovelies! Hope you guys are doing well and staying safe. Have ever used a routine household item for something it’s not intended for? No? Then you are in the right place. If you have you are still in the right place. Today I will talk to you about part one of ingenious hacks for household items.

Ingenious Hacks Part One

1. Toothpaste

Toothpaste is one of the most essential household items we all have in our bathrooms. However, did you know that toothpaste is also a great ingredient to polish jewelry? All you have to do is rub toothpaste onto your rings, necklaces, and earrings with a soft brush to remove buildup on your bling. Then just rinse well with warm water. Don’t use this technique on delicate items or pearls.

2. Corks

The bubbly in your pantry or wine collection may be gone, but the fun has just began. You can create a personalized stamp by drawing a design something like a leaf, a stark, or even your initial, onto the clean end of a wine or champagne cork. Carve it out with a utility knife, cutting to about 1/8″ deep. To use, press the finished stamp onto a ink pad or brush with paint.

3. Paper Clips

Have paper clips at home? Give this office essentials a break from all that pesky paperwork. Prevent paper tabs on your teabag from slipping into the hot water by weighing it down with a small paper clip. Dangle it over the side of the mug until you remove the bag. No more fishing out the tea bag.

4. Olive Oil

Have Olive oil in your pantry? No need to waste a drop! Get creative with this cooking staple, and use it in your beauty routines. Just sub it for shave cream. In a pinch, lightly coat legs with olive oil and your razor will run effortlessly over stubble (it conditions your razor blades too!).

5. Tennis Ball

Tennis ball at home lost their bounce. No need to toss them once they have lost their bounce. Use it to keep bike upright instead. Parking a bicycle on a grass, pebbles or an uneven sidewalk can be tricky, especially if your kickstand is a little wobbly. For better balance, poke a hole in the tennis ball and slip it on to the bottom of the kickstand.

I hope you find this post help. Come back tomorrow for part 2 of ingenious hacks. I look forward to seeing your feedbacks and comments.

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