Foam Pipe Insulator Under Door Draft Hack

Use this foam pipe insulator under door draft hack to chase away the winter chills. Slide a piece of foam pipe insulator open side up along the bottom of the door as shown in the HouseHoldhacker video, then cut the foam a little shorter than the door in order to prevent jams.

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Make Your Own Wrinkle Free Hanger

DIY Wrinkle Free Hanger

Make your own wrinkle free hanger. All you need for this hack is a hanger, pool noodle, duct tape and scissors! Cut the pool noodle to the same width as the top of hanger, then cut through half of one side of hanger. Once you have done this, poke the hanger hook through the center of noodle. Slip open side of noodle over the hanger, then secure hook through top of hanger. Fasten the pool noodle at each side with duct tape and there you have it! No longer will you have wrinkles at the shoulders of your favorite shirts or jackets.

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DIY Soda Bottle Garden Sprinkler

Use this DIY soda bottle garden sprinkler for the purpose of watering your garden…and your kids! You’ll need an empty 2 liter bottle of soda, duct tape, garden hose and ice pick (or anything sharp enough to puncture holes through plastic). This home hack is great for your lawn as well as a fun way to entertain children! We would strongly recommend you don’t do this by a high voltage or utility box though – yikes!

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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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Use Binder Clips to Hang Decorations

Use Binder Clips to Hang Decorations

It’s super easy to use binder clips to hang decorations. Choose a binder clip strong enough for the weight of item, then clip binder clip to the item you want to hang. Finally attach item to picture hook or nail affixed to the wall. Binder clips are not only a great office supply, they are also an excellent tool box staple!

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WD-40 Cotton Ball Fire Starters

Watch the Crazy Russian Hacker demonstrate how to make these simple WD-40 cotton ball fire starters. Grab some cotton balls, WD-40, and a fire source then follow the video instructions. Use the red spray tube that comes with WD-40 because you’ll end up with a mess if you don’t. Most note worthy they even work in the rain!

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