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Life is hard enough, so you need some tips to make your day easier. Here, we've rounded up 22 helpful hacks for you, from clever use of vacuum cleaners to unclogging the drain. You'll save a lot of time on these little things!
Small objects are not easy to find with your naked eye, but a vacuum cleaner can help. Simply cover the cleaner with nylon and turn it on. Then you can find what you lost!
Raw onion rings are the perfect tool if you want perfectly circular fried eggs.
When there are too many keys, it's hard to tell them apart. However, nail polish can save the day! Use different colors of nail polish on different keys to make them look nice and easy to distinguish.
Want to unclog your drain without using Drano? Instead try pouring salt and boiling water into your sink to solve the problem.
What if you want your kids to do chores? Draw a square, and they will treat chores as if they were playing a game.
A lazy susan can be used at the table and in the fridge. All you need to do is turn the lazy susan and get all the condiments you want.
It's always better to have an extra hand when moving wooden boards. However, using an 18-foot rope can help in a pinch to take the load off your shoulders.
Too little space and too many clothes? Rolling up your clothes saves a lot of space in your suitcase, and means you can put other things in it, too.
Put your spoon in the hole of the saucepan so you don't have to hold on to it while you wait for the stew to cook.
This is actually a party trick: Prepare two watermelons of similar size and shape; Peel one until there is no green rind; Eat half of the other half and then gut it out; Cover the pulp with two halves of the rind. That way, you can impress your guests when you take apart the fake skins.
Forgot to bring your phone stand whilst traveling? Hold your phone up with your sunglasses!
Don't want to put your toilet seat down when not in use? Try putting a roll of toilet paper under your seat so you don't have to worry about getting your seat dirty and wet.
Plastic bags are hard to carry when you have lots of groceries. In this case, try a laundry basket, as its edges are thicker and smoother to hold.
You'll know by using a penny if you need a tire change. How so? If you look at Lincoln's head, that means it's reached about 4/32 of an inch of remaining tread depth, at which point the tires have to be replaced.
As a car gets older, its headlights start to turn yellow. This can be quickly restored with toothpaste.
Want to keep your pizza warm on the way home? Press your heated seat button and place your pizza on your seat. That way your pizza will still be hot when you get home.
Use your fork, and you'll impress your dining partner with a permanently upright taco.
Flip the ketchup cups outwards, and you'll have double the space to spread the ketchup.
Want to dip your Oreo in milk but don't want to get your hands dirty? A fork can solve everything!
If you have more than one child, placing cardboard between your children is a great way to keep them from annoying each other on a road trip.
Want to reserve a green space for your dog to play in when the ground is covered with snow? Just put a piece of plywood outside in the garden.
Lego Minifigures can be used not only for decorative purposes. They can also be the guardian of your cables, holding the cords until you need to use them.
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