1. “File” Your Clothes
Avoid messy dresser drawers by “filing” your clothing side-by-side instead of stacking items on top of each other.
2. Remove Scratches From A DVD
Has putting your childs favorite DVD on constant repeat finally taken its toll? Even out small scratches from your favourite CD or DVD with a dry cloth and some toothpaste.
3. Organise Your Tights
Rather than bundling them in your drawer, loop tights over a clothes hanger and store them in your closet.
4. Keep Cakes Fresh With Bread
Pre-bake your cakes and keep them fresh overnight by placing a slice of bread on top. In the morning your bread will be hard as a rock but the cake will remain moist, and ready to ice.
5. Save Your Wet Cell Phone
If your precious iPhone takes an unexpected swim, all is not lost. Lots of people have had success in reviving their waterlogged tech gadgets with rice. Turn your phone off, take out the SIM card and place in a bag or bowl of rice for 48-72 hours.
6. Use Shower Caps as Food Covers
Avoid wrestling with plastic wrap or cling film by using shower caps instead. The elastic conforms to the shape of your container and they are reusable too.
7. Organise Tupperware With A CD Rack
You need to find a use for those wire CD racks now that no one buys CDs anymore. Re-purpose them to hold your Tupperware lids.
8. Store Cookie Cutters On The Wall
Use a pegboard and hooks wall mounted in your pantry for a super organised cookie cutter wall.
9. Iron Clothes With A Hair Straightener
Touch up your ironing job with a hair straighter. It’s great for getting in between buttons and smoothing our minor wrinkles when you don’t have time get your ironing board out. Go for a model with adjustable heat, set it low, and make sure there’s no residue hair product on the straightener first.
10. Always Have A Dish Cloth Handy
Attach a strip of velcro to your tea towel, loop over your oven door handle and join the ends. There you have it, a non-slip dish towel.
Source – thedailybuzz.com