How to Remove Permanent Ink Marker using Rubbing Alcohol

Dampen a cloth with rubbing alcohol or use pre-packaged alcohol wipes to help remove permanent ink like this Sharpie line.

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How to Use a Candle to Make Drawers Glide Easier

Rub a cheap votive candle on a drawer glide to help smooth operation and reduce wear.

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Keep Paint Brushes and Rollers Fresh

Painting rarely happens as quickly as we like. To keep your brush, roller and even paint tray fresh, enclose them in an airtight bag and place in your fridge. Whether you’re taking a lunch break or going to sleep after a long day, they’ll be ready to go when you’re back.

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Beautify Your Kitchen Soap Bottle

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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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Kiwi Prep Made Easy

Cut off the top and bottom of kiwi and then carve it out with a small spoon for easy kiwi prep.

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