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.

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Headphone Jack Lint Remover Hack

Headphone Jack Lint Remover Hack

It’s sort of amazing how much lint and dirt gets into your smartphone’s headphone jack. No worries, its nothing this headphone jack lint remover hack can’t cure. All you need to do this simple hack is a paper clip and scotch tape. Unbend the paper clip then wrap a piece of tape, sticky side out, around the end, finally just insert into your headphone jack. Not only does this work for smartphones, it also works on tablets and computers with headphone jacks.

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Coffee Filter Shoe Freshener

Coffee Filter Shoe Freshener

Use this coffee filter shoe freshener hack to keep your shoes nice and fresh. Fill a coffee filter with baking soda, tie shut with twine. You can also put a couple drops of essential oil to bring it up a notch. Put the little baking soda filled sachets in your shoes overnight to absorb odors.

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Remove Rust Naturally with Lemon and Baking Soda

Remove Rust Naturally with Lemon and Baking Soda

It really works! Remove rust naturally with lemon and baking soda from just about anything. Mix lemon juice and baking soda together, stir until you have a foamy paste (add lemon juice or baking soda as needed for proper consistency). Use a paint brush to spread paste on rust, then let it sit for a few minutes, or longer. Finally wipe away paste with paper towel or a cloth rag. Repeat as many times as necessary to remove all rust.

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Vaseline Paint Hack

Paint clean up is much easier when you apply Vaseline to glass before painting around it. Interior designer, Erica Lugbill shows us how to use this vaseline paint hack in her eHow Youtube video. You can also substitute chapstick for the Vaseline, it works just as well.

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Fill a Bucket From a Small Sink

Yes, You can fill a bucket from a small sink! This brilliant yet simple hack solved a major problem in my household. When your sink is too small for your bucket to fit into, grab your dustpan and use it to channel the water into your bucket on the floor. YouTube’s Lifehacker shows just how easy it is.

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Rating: 3 (from 5 votes)