THIS Is What That Extra Shoelace Hole Is For! LifeHax. A Series Of Easy Tricks To Put Bathroom Products To Use Thanks to this helpful video, I now know how to get even more money's worth out of my bathroom supplies.
Everyone has their go-to supplies that they always have stocked somewhere in the bathroom, which is why implementing the tips in this video will be even easier. I can't wait to go home and test some of these out. I'm definitely going to use the razor trick on some of my older shirts; they're going to look so nice when I'm done. These tricks aren't the only things you can do to get the most out of what's in your bathroom.
According to a list published by the site Lifehack, there are lots of ways to maximize efficiency in bathrooms. She Rubs Chocolate On A Soda Can — A Survival Tip Everyone Should See - LittleThings.com. About Barbara DiamondSee more stories Barbara is a passionate writer and animal lover.
She loves her rescue dog, drinking coffee while typing away on her computer, and indulging in some shameless reality TV. If you ever find yourself out in the cold wilderness without matches or a lighter, fear not — according to this video, it looks like you can still start a fire. Courtesy of Howcast, here’s a way to start a fire using everyone’s favorite tasty treat: chocolate! And I had no idea! Here are the step-by-step instructions: Rub chocolate on the bottom of the can.Wipe the chocolate off with a towel, cloth, or paper, rubbing and polishing as you wipe.Repeat this process several times until the bottom of the can shines.
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Maybe you'll get a raise, date someone new or even adopt an adorable pet to welcome into your family. But, if you fail at all of those things (sorry, if you do, but the chances are you may), here are life hacks that you can use to make your 2014 a lot better. Even if you don't get a raise. So get out there, use hammers in creative ways and impress your friends at dinner parties. 2014 is going to be your year! 10 Lifehacks from 100 Years Ago. In the late 1880s, cigarette manufacturers began inserting stiffening cards into their paper packs of cigarettes to strengthen the containers.
It wasn't long before they got the idea to put artwork, trivia, famous people, and pretty girls onto those cards, grouped into collectible series. The cards, which continued into the 1940s, are highly valuable now, with the most expensive (bearing the face of stringent anti-smoking baseball player Honus Wagner) selling for $2.8 million in 2007.
In the 1910s, Gallaher Ltd of Belfast & London and Ogden's Branch of the Imperial Tobacco Co printed "How-To" series, with clever hints for both everyday and emergency situations. From steaming out a splinter to stopping a mad dog, these cigarette cards told you the smart way to handle many of life's problems. (Please note these cards were published a hundred years ago, when safety was not as popular a pursuit as it is now. 58 Everyday Things You Never Knew Had Names. The San Francisco Globe. Invisibility Cloak. How to Heat Your Room for 15 Cents a Day. Wanting to cut costs on the energy bill, especially now that temperatures are dropping for the season?
Economics may be one reason to seek more sustainable energy sources, but this inventive way to heat the house is also purely fascinating. Journalist, YouTuber, and boat owner Dylan Winter created his DIY heater using tea lights and placed inside a bread tin and covered with two ceramic flowerpots. This creative system uses the scientific principles of convection heat transfer and, according to Winter, can heat his home for around 8 hours a day. The tea lights are first put into a bread loaf tin and covered with a small upside-down flower pot. The hole in the top of the upside-down pot is covered with the metal casing leftover from one of the tea lights.
This system works because the candles produce gases full of heated particles that are captured and channeled through the pots. One does not need a huge amount of money to invest in this economical heating method, either. 45 Cool Things Everyone Should Learn. You know what I love about the Internet?
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