Whether you are on a tight budget or you just want to know a few hacks to make your life a little bit easier, we have here simple techniques on how to use everyday items in new ways.
After reading this post, you wouldn’t want to throw right away the spring from an old pen, toilet paper rolls, and bread tabs! There are many things that you can try, and these tips might give you some inspiration.
#10. Use toilet paper rolls and old box to organize your things
If you are looking for another project that will also benefit your working table, this desktop organizer won’t disappoint you! Get an old box and fill it with empty bottles or toilet paper rolls. Decorate it based on your preferences.
#9. Label your cords with bread tabs
We all know the struggle of finding out which is which, so to save you a few minutes of checking all your cables before unplugging them, use bread tabs and label accordingly!
#8. Keep cords from falling with binder clips
If you are sick of having to pick up your charging cables or wires all the time, you would love this binder clip trick! You can use this method in the living room or office.
#7. Organize your accessories with shower curtain hangers
There is no need to stack your ties, scarves, or belts if you have extra or unused shower curtains! The rings are perfect for accessories.
#6. Store spare cables in toilet paper rolls
You can either leave toilet paper rolls plain or add a bit of design to make them attractive if your extra cables won’t be stored in a box.
#5. Extend the life of phone chargers with the spring from an old pen
Charging cables can start to twist and break, and you do not want to buy a new one every two or three months. You can prolong the life of your cables by using the spring from your old pens.
#4. Buy eggs on sale and freeze them
Crack eggs into ice cube trays and freeze them for later without changing its texture and taste. You can also separate egg yolks from whites and store them in the freezer.
#3. Keep meals cool with DIY ice packs
To do this trick, soak a clean sponge in water. Place it in a zip-lock bag and freeze. This will work as an ice pack, keeping your meals cool for hours.
#2. Keep messenger bag from twisting with a binder clip
Another excellent way to use binder clips is by preventing the strap of your messenger bag from getting twisty. It also looks decent, doesn’t it?
#1. Make a sponge holder using an old plastic bottle
This simple trick will let the water drop down through the mouth of the bottle and reduce the number of bacteria in your sponge.
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