From removing gloves to removing odor, from the kitchen to the bathroom, here are 12 great quick and easy tips for your home, that will save you time and effort each day!
Before you pour honey into a glass or a measuring spoon, drip just a bit of cooking oil, so that the honey will slide out that much easier.
Remove annoyingly sticky rubber gloves by placing your gloved hands under a cold water faucet for a few seconds, your hands will easily slide out.
Wipe the inner side of the window horizontally and the outer side vertically, so if there is a stain in the end of the cleaning, you’ll know what side it’s on.
Rub the glass container with a cloth that has toothpaste on it to remove small scratches.
Try to rub a pencil on the teeth of the stuck zipper. The lead will grease the teeth and allow the zipper to open and close more easily.
Use shaving cream and a hand towel to rub the bathroom mirror, and it will not fog.
To enjoy a great amount of lemon or orange juice, roll the citrus fruit on the counter a few times, back and forth, before cutting and squeezing it.
Renew old pillows by putting them in a dryer on low levels for 10 minutes, and they’ll be as new.
To remove wax off candlesticks, put them in the freezer for 20 minutes, and the wax will come right off.
To get rid of this strong and persistent odor, rub your hands on a stainless steel surface, such as your kitchen faucet.
To stop a leaky faucet that is driving you crazy, tie a string of linen around it, so the string hangs underneath the opening. This will buy you precious quiet time until you find enough of it to fix that annoying faucet.
Spread some baking soda in reeking shoes, leave it in for one day, and you will be rid of the smell.