Use a Tennis Ball to Park the Car

Use a Tennis Ball to Park the Car

Have trouble judging how far to pull into the garage so you don’t hit the wall or stick out? Here’s an easy fix for that. Use a tennis ball to park the car. Well not literally, but as a parking guide in the garage. Park your car at just the right spot, then attach a tennis ball to some twine and hang it from ceiling so when you pull in, the tennis ball hits your windshield at that sweet spot of perfect parking.

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Up-cycled Shell Casing Valve Cap

Trick out your ride with this up-cycled shell casing valve cap hack. This clever hack is perfect for the monetarily challenged who like to ride in style. YouTube’s Kipkay walks us through each step in this DIY tutorial. You will need recycled 45 caliber shell casings, hot glue and valve caps. Heat up your glue gun and start your engines!

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Magnetic Hammer Hack Keeps Nails Handy

This magnetic hammer hack keeps nails handy. Just attach a small magnet to the bottom of your hammer. YouTube’s kipkay shows us how to do this simply brilliant DIY hammer modification. All you need is a hammer, small magnet and hot glue!

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Make a Pool Noodle Paint Brush Holder

Make a Pool Noodle Paint Brush Holder

Make a pool noodle paint brush holder in order to secure rollers and brushes when painting. Painting can be a messy business, if you are not careful. In order to cut down on unruly paint splatter, cut a pool noodle to the size of your paint tray. Then use scissors to cut several slits halfway through the upside of pool noodle.

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Use Duct Tape With Dustpan to Sweep Up Crumbs

Use Duct Tape with Dustpan to Sweep Crumbs

Use duct tape with dustpan to sweep up crumbs. If you’re OCD, then this is the perfect cleaning tip for you! Tape the edge of your dustpan to the floor in order to create a bridge. This ensures there’s no crack for unruly crumbs to slip through. Make sure you don’t do this with any painted or varnished surfaces as the paint can pull up your flooring finish.

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Add Conditioner to the Rinse Cycle to Soften Wool Garments

Soften Wool by Adding Conditioner to the Rinse Cycle

Take the scratch out of your wool sweaters! Add conditioner to the rinse cycle to soften wool garments -it really works! Simply add approximately two ounces of conditioner (we used a complimentary hotel conditioner bottle) during your washers rinse cycle. Always wash your wools in cold water. The hardest part of this hack is paying attention so as not to miss the rinse cycle!

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