DIY Swiss Army Keychain

Say goodbye to boring old keyrings. This DIY Swiss army style “keychain” is not only practical, but it makes quite a fashion statement too Visit the link from our friends over at Make.com for the step-by-step details.

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Rating: 16 (from 16 votes)

Vinegar Natural Weed Killer Spray

Put vinegar in a spray bottle and spray on weeds in pavement/paver cracks.

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Rating: 16 (from 16 votes)

Stylishly Hide Your Router With an Old Book

Let’s face it, even the most svelte routers are ugly. This clever decor hack takes advantage of an old book you might have laying around (or you can pick one up at a used book store). Obviously, this should be a book you don’t mind destroying in the name of a more stylish home. For the step-by-step details on how to carve out the book and make your router look like it should be featured in a home design magazine, check out the source site.

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Rating: 15 (from 19 votes)

Power Tool Bath and Tile Scrubbing

Chuck a brush that won’t scratch your tile or tub into a cordless drill and get ready for some power scrubbing. Consider wearing safety glasses as the brush can spray cleaning solution.

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Rating: 14 (from 14 votes)

A Homemade Safety Gate

Corralling pets takes creativity sometimes. This homemade safety gate creates enough of an obstacle that you can usually keep your little critters from the hazards of stairways and other forbidden areas in your home. Create a frame with 1″ PVC pipe and four corner joints. Cut two PVC pipes to the width you desire and two pieces to the height you’d like. Join them together, and sew a gate sized pocket to slide the frame into. Stitch up the forth side of the pocket (or sew in velcro or buttons), and you’ve got a safety gate to keep those four-legged friends from running amuck and getting hurt.

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Rating: 14 (from 14 votes)

Remote Control Bottle Opener

Adding a small bottle opener to your dog’s keychain results in a bottle opener that responds to verbal commands. You may never have to look for or “retrieve” a bottle opener again!

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Rating: 13 (from 15 votes)