Simplify Doing the Dishes. 40 clever uses for household objects. A is for ...aluminium cans To create a simple Chinese lantern, mark two lines around a clean empty can, about 2.5cm from the top and bottom.
With a sharp craft knife, make vertical cuts about 1.5cm apart between the lines. Make a cut across the bottom of two adjacent strips to make an opening for a candle. Gently press down on the can to make the strips bend in the middle. Insert a tea-light through the opening, then tuck the cut ends of the opening strips inside the can. And for ... apples If you've been heavy-handed with the salt shaker when cooking a soup or stew, simply drop a few apple (or potato) wedges into the pan. And for ... aspirin Before giving up hope of removing a stubborn perspiration stain from a shirt, try this.
B is for ... bread You can remove most dirty or greasy fingerprints from painted walls by rubbing the area with a slice of white bread. And for ... baby oil and for ... bicarbonate of soda C is for ... crayons and for ... carpet remnants. Computer Cable Organizer. Design for Life - Recycled Wine Bottl. 08.09.09 | by Erik Anderson Whether it’s product branding, package design or projects for ourselves, we’re pleased when we find a solution that’s very effective and creative, while keeping resources to a minimum.
This idea is very inexpensive idea and it’s a great way to recycle a wine bottle. See how this simple idea inspired this brand and wine bottle design. It’s been a record year for mosquitoes here in Indianapolis, Indiana and I’d been wanting to add some Tiki-esque torches to the patio to combat the little buggers, and add a little ambiance. After searching the world over to find a torch that was affordable and atypical I came to the conclusion that unless I wanted wicker or bamboo, I needed to be a bit more resourceful.
Here’s what you’ll need. Empty Wine Bottle (Use any bottle as long as it’s glass and the neck is 1” in diameter. Helpful Tools: Channellocks, adjustable wrench, hacksaw, power screwdriver, and a funnel. Safety Note: This is for outdoor use only. The Hanger -Erik. 101 New Uses for Everyday Things. How can I de-funkify these towels? How can I de-funkify stinky towels & clothing items?
I have some items of clothing--primarily jeans, but also some towels--that have a faint odor of B.O. even after washing & bleaching. This is probably because during hot summer months, I sweat a lot, and these items are used a lot and are often damp. I also probably put off washing them longer than I should. Be that as it may. Is there any kind of washing or treatment I can do that will get rid of this lingering smell? Cheap and effective sanitizer. How To Cover Up Dings in Wooden Furniture Home Hacks.
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