Ideas Of Life Changing Ways To Use Ordinary, Everyday Objects

Ideas Of Life Changing Ways To Use Ordinary, Everyday Objects

This article will help you and make your life easier. We all have this objects in our houses just they have a different purpose. We are giving you amazing ideas how to re purpose them. They will be even more functional and useful on this creative ways.

Tell your friends and family this amazing ideas, they are gonna love them.

Easy, creative and useful ideas will change your point of view on different ordinary, everyday objects.

Have you tried any of this yet?

 

To blot the oil from a greasy face,

Use a toilet seat cover

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Add a few drops of vodka and a teaspoon of sugar,

to make cut flowers last longer.

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To keep the soles from touching your clothes,

Pack your shoes in a shower cap

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To dissolve ink stains,

Use hand sanitizer

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To make planters for tiny succulents,

Use pretty wine corks

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To open sealed plastic packaging,

Use a can opener

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To light hard-to-reach candle wicks,

Use raw spaghetti strands

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For perfect French tips,

use a rubber band

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On a burgeoning grease fire,

throw baking soda

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To refresh dried-out mascara,

Add saline solution


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To hang a picture,

use a pop tab.
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To open a sealed-tight jar,

Use a spoon

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To get rid of a sunburn,

Use Earl Grey teabags

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To suck the pain out of a burn,

Use mustard

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To clear the steam after a hot shower,

Use a blow-dryer on a mirror

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To train your pets,

use Vapo Rub

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To turn hair made green by chlorine back to its natural color,

use aspirin

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To give yourself a half-moon manicure,

Use paper hole reinforcements

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To fix a DVD,

use a banana

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Amplify the volume of your iPhone or iPod

by placing it in a bowl.
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To clean out the debris in your handbag,

use a lint roller

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As a trash disposal in your car,

use a cereal container

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To soothe a sore throat,

eat marshmallows

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To release wrinkles from clothing,

Use fabric softener and vinegar in a spray bottle



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To clean your toilet,

Use Alka-Seltzer

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To erase water stains from wooden furniture,

Use mayonnaise

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To keep it from getting moldy,

Rub the cut edge of cheese with some butter

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As a leave-in hair conditioner,

Use diluted fabric softener

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On the inside of your votive holders,

Use nonstick spray

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To cut soft cheeses and cakes,

Use (unscented) dental floss

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As an odor absorber,

Use newspaper

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To relieve an insect bite,

Use Scotch tape or nail polish


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