Use a Bottle Top to Seal Plastic Bag

YouTube’s Russian Hacker shows us how to use a bottle top to seal plastic bags and preserve food freshness in the process. This is great for opened bags of rice, dried beans, popcorn or whatever you could possibly think of. All you will need for this hack is an empty plastic beverage bottle, scissors and opened bag of food.

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Rating: 22 (from 44 votes)

Baseboard Cleaner

baseboard cleaner

Spring cleaning those baseboards is a whole lot easier with this solution. First vacuum with an attachment to grab up all of the obvious dirt. Then mix 1 tablespoon of fabric softener with 1 quart of warm water for the ideal baseboard cleaner. Use a cleaning sponge dipped in your mix to clean any additional dust, dirt, or pet hair. The fabric softener will leave a clean fresh scent while repelling future dust with its anti-static properties.

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Pancake Batter Dispenser from a Reused Ketchup Bottle

Put pancake batter into a cleaned ketchup squeeze bottle for mess-free pancakes.

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Paint Can Excess Paint Rubber Band

Grab a heavy duty rubber band and carefully stretch it over your open paint can. The middle of the band then makes a great tool for removing excess paint from your brush.

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Mount Recycled Storage Jars Beneath Shelves for Storage

This is a great way to recycle all of those empty glass containers, plastic jars and empty cd canisters works too! YouTube’s Becky Stern shows you how to mount recycled storage jars beneath shelves for storage in your garage, craft room, workshop (fill in the blank). The space beneath shelves are an otherwise untapped location that we often overlook. Becky Stern uses an ice pick, hammer, glass jars and three drill screws to create this useful storage hack.

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Rating: 17 (from 29 votes)

Ribbon Organizing Made Simple

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Rating: 17 (from 23 votes)