Bathroom Towel Hook Saves Space

bathroom towel hook saves space

Whether you have extra guests or simply don’t have the space to hang multiple towels in your bathroom, consider this space-saving hack. Add extra shower curtain hooks to your shower curtain rod so everyone has a place to hang their towels. If shower curtain hooks are not readily available try simple S-hooks found at your local department store. Save space and give guests the room they need to hang their towels.

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Loosen and Refresh an Old Tube of Mascara

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If your mascara is getting clumpy or you are having a tough time getting the last bits out of the tube, try this hack to loosen and refresh an old tube of mascara. Soak the closed tube in a cup of hot water for a few minutes to melt away the clumps and loosen the mascara from the sides of the tube.

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Use Hair Clips to Prevent Tangled Cords

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Are your wires turning into a tangled knot? It turns out that one of the things we use to keep hair from tangling can also be used to prevent tangled cords. Just untangle your cords one last time and snap a hairclip over the group of them. It will keep them all together while keeping them contained enough to prevent knots. If you have longer cords, you may need to add another hair clip every few feet to keep everything under control.

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Use a Wire Hanger to Stop Static Cling

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Are your winter clothes sticking together in the closet? Skip the inevitable static-cling hair look and grab an empty hanger instead. As long as the hanger is metal, all you will need to do is run it over the fabric to stop static cling. It will immediately remove the static and stop the cling. This hack is so simple that you don’t even need to go looking for supplies around the house. Chances are, there’s already a hanger suited for the job right there with the clothing.

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Use Vinegar and Baking Soda to Lift a Stain

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Do you have stubborn stains on tile or other surfaces? Have you already tried scrubbing without any major success? This works amazingly for deep-set and stubborn stains on everything from porcelain to cloth. The major exceptions are wood and metal. Simply cover the stain with baking soda first and then pour on the vinegar to lift a stain. When the two cleaning ingredients combine, there will be an instant chemical reaction creating a strong foam that will lift even the toughest berry, ink, or coffee stains.
Problem solved!

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Make Pizza Without an Oven

pizza without an oven

Are you waiting on a new oven? Did student housing only come with a hotplate? Do you still want pizza? Skip delivery and use this hack for making pizza without an oven instead. This will work for frozen pizzas as well as with any standard pizza recipe (just replace the part about the oven and ignore the suggested time). You will need to find a frying pan big enough for your pizza, coat the pan with olive oil, add your pizza, put a lid on to seal in the heat, and put it on a very low heat that would only be enough to simmer water. In 20-22 minutes, you will have a pizza that is golden brown on the bottom and cooked all the way through. It’s a pizza in a pan!

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