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.

Upvote
Downvote
Be the first to rate!

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!

Upvote
Downvote
Be the first to rate!

Clean Bottles and Odd-shaped Containers With Effervescent Tablets

Life just got easier! Clean bottles and odd-shaped containers cith effervescent tablets Simply drop tablet in bottle/container, add water, let sit for 20 minutes, empty, finally just wipe out your container. Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what a relief it is.

Upvote
Downvote
Be the first to rate!

Remove Shoe Marks With WD-40

Remove Shoe Marks With WD-40

It’s so easy to remove shoe marks with WD-40. All you need for this hack is an annoying shoe streak across your tile or wood floor, WD-40 and soft cloth or paper towel. Spray WD over streak, let sit for a minute then wipe away with soft cloth. It is that easy!

Upvote
Downvote
Be the first to rate!

Use a Pool Noodle as a Faucet Hose Attachment

Use a Pool Noodle as a Faucet Hose Attachment

Use a pool noodle as a faucet hose attachment in order to fill your mop bucket. Pool noodles are not just for floating in the water anymore! To use these polyethylene foam tubes as a hose extension just hook the faucet through one of the openings of the noodle. Position bucket at the other end of noodle, then you are ready to turn on the water.

Upvote
Downvote
Rating: 2 (from 2 votes)

Remove Gum from Carpet Hack

Learn this remove gum from carpet hack from YouTube’s CupRockTV. If you have ever had the misfortune of finding a wad of gum stuck to your carpet then you’ll appreciate this hack. The materials required include ice cubes, rubbing alcohol, gum stuck to carpet and a brush. As a bonus you will also learn how to remove gum from clothes and hair as well.

Upvote
Downvote
Be the first to rate!