Great Hacks for Household Items – Part Two

Hi there my beautiful lovelies! Hope you guys are doing well and staying safe. Yesterday, I talked to your about part one of great hacks of household items. Today I will talk to you about part two of ingenious hacks for household items.

Ingenious Hacks Part One

1. Safety Pin

These mini metal marvels do more than keeping clothes together. It can also prevent static cling. To keep your skirt rom sticking to your tights or pantyhose, or your work pants from grabbing your silky socks, attach a small safety pin to the inside of your slip, skirt lining or the hem of your slacks. The metal is good conductor of electricity, so it will divert static away.

2. Buttons

Give the strays in your swing stash something fun to do. Are your bath towels all one color? To cut down on post-shower confusion (and unnecessary loads of laundry), sew a different colored button on the corner of each towel, then assign each family member a shade to use, a perfect way to I.D. towels.

3. Chopsticks

Sure they are perfect for kung pao chicken, but these handy utensils have loads of clever uses. One example is control portion. If you’re not as handy with chopsticks as you are with forks, switching to these utensils at meal time promotes slower eating and smaller bites. Research shows this gives your stomach time to send satiety signals to your brain, so you eat less in the long run.

4. Coffee Filters

When they are not holding grounds, these paper liners have other powers. It’s called keeping your crudités crisp. Slicing fresh veggies in bulk makes for easy snacking. The downside to that is that they can go soft faster than when whole. Hence, to keep them crunchy, store carrots and celery sticks in a container lined with coffee filters to help absorb moistures.

5. Spaghetti

These pasta strands can handle more than just dinner. They can make a great centerpiece as well. Just top your dinner table with a wheat-like decoration. Bundle a few pounds of dry spaghetti together with a rubber band, fan out the top and the bottom by twisting the ends clockwise, then knot a thick ribbon around the center.

I hope you find this post help. I would love to know about your ingenious hacks of household items. I look forward to seeing your feedbacks and comments.

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