Stainless Steel Contact Paper Dishwasher Makeover

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If your dishwasher works well but just needs a little aesthetic help, a few dollars worth of stainless steel contact paper can make a huge visual transformation. A credit card helps with working out any bubbles during application. For more details, photos and tips on this dishwasher makeover, visit the link.

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Improvised Emergency Lighter with a Battery and Gum Foil

So, let’s say you’re fresh out of matches or a lighter, but, you do happen to have a AA battery and some foil from a gum wrapper or cigarette package (don’t smoke!). Well, it turns out you can still light a fire in true MacGyver trick style! Check out the video from our compatriots at Household Hacker.

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Drill Holes at the Perfect Angle

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Have you ever had to drill a hole at a specific angle? Doing so doesn’t need to involve sketchy guesswork or plotting the angle of the sun! Use a speed square’s references to drill at the perfect angle for your project.

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Organize T-Shirts Vertically to Make Finding Shirts Easy

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Not into hanging your shirts in a closet? Finding the right t-shirt doesn’t need to entail digging through stacks and stacks of shirts in a drawer, making a huge mess in the process. Try folding your shirts and then place them vertically into the drawer. You’ll never have to dig for a shirt again.

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Make a Cool LED Lamp from Recycled CDs

Here’s a great way to finally put your “ancient”, unwanted CD’s into action. A stack of old CD’s and a few basic items (all costing less than $20) can turn into a stylish and unique lamp. The video covers both a table-top and hanging version. Keep in mind the hanging version will need a solid ceiling anchor as a tall stack of CD’s tends to be pretty heavy.

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Drill Bit Depth Guide

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Drilling multiple holes through concrete (or any other material) can be tough enough without having to guess how deep each hole is every time you drill. Put a piece of tape on the drill bit at the correct depth and drill the right depth consistently and smoothly.

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