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Quick and Easy Tricks That Will Simplify Our House Chores

Let’s face it: unless you’re one of those unique people who love housework, chores and home improvement projects can be a bore. After all, It’s time away from having fun, binging television, seeing our friends and family, etc. So if you’re looking for time-saving tips to keep up with your housekeeping responsibilities, you’ve come to

Let’s face it: unless you’re one of those unique people who love housework, chores and home improvement projects can be a bore. After all, It’s time away from having fun, binging television, seeing our friends and family, etc. So if you’re looking for time-saving tips to keep up with your housekeeping responsibilities, you’ve come to the right place. From storage and cleaning to home repair tricks, we’ve compiled some of the best hacks for making your domestic life easier.

Put an ice cube in each dent. When it melts, wipe away excess water and fluff your carpet. Allow around 12 hours to see the full effect of this hack.
Just pop each individual cord inside a tube, label the outside with a permanent marker, and there you have it, a home organization hacks that’ll keep you out of a tangle.
This works wonders for preventing your spaghetti from spilling out and becoming tangled with other items in your pantry. It’s an easy and cheap way to keep the pantry organized and repurpose your Pringles can while you’re doing it.
Simply unscrew the vents, and pop them in your dishwasher in a cool setting instead of handwashing them in the sink. Once done, blow dry any excess water, and you’re done!
This home hack can be used anywhere you’re short on space, for example, in a downstairs cupboard or garage where you keep all your electrical cords, screws, and other DIY items.
Now slide the tongs along each slat of your blinds and watch as the cloth picks up all the dust and dirt. When the cloth is dirty, take it off, give it a shake, and repeat.
Just roll each bag tightly with its loop handles sticking up and push them into the box, so each time you need a fresh bag, it’s easy to pull one out of the tissue box.
This goes a long way to creating more storage space in your freezer. Plus, there’s the added bonus of no more random vegetables lurking at the bottom of your freezer drawer.
Then use the vacuum cleaner to suck up the debris, moving the PVC pipe along the gutter to clean it thoroughly. This makes a difficult and often dirty home maintenance job much easier.
This is especially useful for delicate fabrics or items with slippery straps. It’s easy to do, and the hot glue dries quickly, so you can use your new hangers near-on right away.
The genius of this handy hack is that not only does it save space in your freezer, but the ground beef will also thaw out faster. That sounds like a win-win, right?
It’s also worth noting that tension rods can be easily adjusted to fit the size of your cabinet, making it a versatile solution for organizing cabinets in various rooms of your home – not just your cleaning cupboard!
Lastly, pour out the dirty water into your kitchen sink. Then, give the blender jug a quick rinse to get rid of any soap suds, and leave it to dry on your drying rack.
Using the tab’s top hole, hang it onto the first clothes hanger. Now, thread another hanger through the lower of the two tag holes. Repeat as many times as the weight of your clothes allows.
Then, slide your purses into each slot or divider, and organize them how you like. Job done! Who says kitchen storage hacks have to stay in the kitchen? Not us.
This creates an airtight seal that will keep your food fresh and prevent spills or leaks. In addition, it’s inexpensive, can give your old bottles a new life, and, best of all, can be reused time and again.
Needless to say, this handy hack can save car owners time and money on costly repairs and give them peace of mind to confidently park or reverse into their garage.
It’s also a great way to save time when cooking because things are much easier to grab on the go. Gone are the days when things would fall out of your kitchen cupboard while you grappled with a saucepan!
By keeping your boots in shape, not only are they easier to store, but they’ll also likely last longer, so you can enjoy them without the additional expense of having them repaired.
Not only will you have your aluminum foil at your fingertips while you’re cooking, but this DIY hack is also a great way to save space in your kitchen – win-win!
This helps it dry quickly and prevents bacteria and mold growth, so there’s no need to invest in special sponge holders or racks. Instead, head to your home office to see if you have any binder clips knocking around!
That way, you don’t have to set it down on the countertop or stove, which can cause a mess and increase the risk of contamination. So, why not try this hack the next time you cook dinner?
Safety tips: Don’t attempt to secure the fresheners onto the fan while it’s on. Keep it switched off while you’re attaching them. Also, before switching the fan back on, ensure the fresheners aren’t in the way of the blades.
Feel free to go the extra mile by adding a few labels on the pegs or using different colors so that everyone can find their brushes with even greater ease.
The magnet will attract and hold the nails securely (as pictured here), preventing them from getting lost or scattered around the work area. Genius, right? If only we’d stumbled across this hack sooner!
Grab a handful of spaghetti. The amount that fits into the hole in the middle of your pasta spoon is your suggested individual portion size. Repeat to correspond with your guest numbers.
Rub a little toothpaste on each mark and slowly polish the area with a cloth, using a circular motion. Once done, use a damp towel to clean away any excess.
But it doesn’t have to stop there! Shower hooks can be a cheap and handy hack for storing utensils, towels, loofahs, or really anything that gets in your way. It’s versatile, inexpensive, and clutter-free – what’s not to love?
Alternatively, you can mount your dispenser(s) on the wall for easy access. Then, when you’re ready, press the soap pump to dispense the desired amount of detergent, and you’re good to go.
Adjust the tension of the suspender clips as needed to ensure a snug and secure fit. Then, Voila! Now you shouldn’t have to wrestle with bed sheets pinging off the mattress again!
This will hold the bag in place, preventing it from slipping or falling into the trash can. You can buy command hooks from most DIY stores for next to nothing.
Next, gently pry open the keyring by pressing down on the remover’s handle, creating a small gap in the ring. Then, slide the key onto the keyring through the opening created by the remover.
It’ll create the clean lines you’re looking for, and you can buy it relatively cheaply from your local hardware store. As pictured, tape either side of where you’ll caulk, apply the caulk, and peel off the tape.
Just ensure they’re arranged in a way that makes them easy to access. This DIY hack is a great way to keep your plastic bags tidy and easy to find.
This is particularly useful for those who struggle with removing full bin bags and have experienced the frustration of a bag that just won’t budge. It’s a simple, effective solution that saves time and prevents messes.
Be sure to use light pressure. Repeat this process several times, alternating between each side of the blade until sharp. You should be ready to chop your veggies in no time!

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