Are you always on the lookout for things that
can make your life a little easier? Then hey — you’re in the right place. Removing splinters with the help of glue? No problem! Lighting candles with spaghetti? Done! How about using dental floss for slicing cheese? Check! (Wow I feel a little like a cross between
MacGyver and Tim the Tool Man Taylor!) Now you might find it difficult to accept
that such low-budget and simple tricks could work at all! Well, if you don’t believe me, then “hide
in the bushes” and watch these… 1. When going on a trip, bring along a couple
of clothespins. You can use them to prevent your toothbrush
from touching a dirty bathroom counter. 2. Rubber bands wrapped around the ends of your
coat hangers will keep your clothes from slipping off. 3. Put a muffin pan into a laundry basket, and
you’ll get a great tray for holding numerous drinks for a big party. They won’t spill, even if you’re driving. 4. To make iced coffee at home, pour some coffee
into an ice cube tray and freeze it. Then add these cubes to your cold coffee,
and instead of diluting your drink, coffee cubes will enhance its flavor. 5. To make sour cream and cottage cheese last
twice as long, turn the containers upside down when you put them in the fridge. This way, you form a vacuum inside, which
prevents bacteria from spreading. 6. If you’ve lost the protective plastic cap
for your razor, you can replace it with a big paperclip. Usually, it would fit perfectly and save you
from potential injuries. 7. If you run bacon under cold water before cooking,
you’ll reduce the chances that it’ll shrink by half. 8. If you don’t have a steamer or an iron on
hand, hang your wrinkled clothes in the bathroom and take a hot shower. The windows and the door must be closed, and
the steam shouldn’t be able to leave through the space under the door. The shower will work in the same way as a
steamer does, and you’ll also save time by multitasking. 9. To make your drink cool down fast, wrap it
in a wet kitchen towel and put in the freezer for about 10 minutes. 10. To separate egg whites from yolks during cooking,
you can buy a special egg separator. Or you can use an ordinary plastic bottle! Crack an egg onto a plate, squeeze the bottle,
and position its opening over the yolk. After you release your grip, the yolk will
get sucked up into the bottle. 11. You can relieve the unbearable itchiness from
a mosquito bite by putting a tiny dab of clear nail polish on it. 12. You won’t cry so much while chopping onions
if you pop some chewing gum in your mouth. This way, you’ll have to breathe through your
mouth, and it’ll stop most of the tears. 13. Cornstarch will help you to untangle even
the most difficult knots. Sprinkle your tangled laces with a pinch of
cornstarch and work the knot apart. 14. If a candle has burned too low, and you can’t
reach the wick anymore, light an uncooked spaghetti and use it to light hard-to-reach
candles. It also works if you need to light a lot of
candles at once. Happy Birthday! 15. A knife is often ineffective if you need to
cut some soft food, for example, cheese or cake. Instead, you can use unscented dental floss. Just make sure to pull out a length that’s
long enough to sink into the piece you’re cutting. You’ll get smooth and even slices. 16. If you tend to sleep right through your phone’s
alarm in the morning, put your gadget into a cup before you get ready for bed. The alarm will reverberate inside the cup
and sound louder. Besides, you’ll have to open your eyes to
turn the annoying noise off. 17. Beeswax is a great way to make your shoes
waterproof. Just cover the outside of your shoes with
wax and use a hairdryer to make it set. Instead of beeswax, you can use a crayon or
a candle of the same color as your footwear. 18. Go grab a walnut as soon as you see a scratch
on your wooden furniture. Get the nut out of its shell, break it in
half, and rub it diagonally into the scratch. The oils contained in nuts will fill in the
damaged place. Brazil nuts and pecans will work just as well. 19. If, suddenly, you see a new zit appear on
your skin, and you have no other products at hand, use toothpaste! Dab a bit on the pimple, and it’ll most
likely disappear (or become much smaller) by the morning! 20. Scare spiders and mice away by sprinkling
your door frames and your garage with peppermint oil mixed with water. 21. Statistically, hairbands get lost more often
than any other things in this world. Actually, I just made that up, but you can’t
argue that a hairband is never around when you need one. The solution is simple – stash your stock
on a keyring! 22. Lip balm can not only protect your lips, but
also heal tiny, but insanely uncomfortable, paper cuts. Apply some lip balm on the damaged area, and
it’ll ease the pain and discomfort by keeping the air from hitting the nerves. 23. Are you going to get a new kitty and are worried
about the feelings of your older cat? Before introducing them to each other, bathe
the kitten and groom it with the other cat’s brush. The older cat will sniff its own scent on
the kitten and warm up to the little one. 24. Rub the teeth of a stuck zipper with a graphite
pencil, and it’ll work again. 25. If you don’t want your pencil to crumble while
you’re sharpening it, leave it in the freezer for several minutes before you start. 26. Before you make a photocopy of an important
signed document, put a paperclip on it. This way, you’ll always manage to tell the
copy from the original. 27. If you glue a magnet to the end of your hammer,
you’ll be able to use it as a nail holder. This way, you won’t end up stepping on lost
– and sharp at that – metal objects. 28. To make a perfect toasted sandwich, put two
slices of bread in one toaster slot. The slices will get toasty and golden-brown
on the outside and stay soft and tender on the inside. 29. Peeling sticky notes from the bottom makes
them curl in strategically important places where the adhesive is. Try starting on the left and pulling the note
to the right. This way, you’ll get a flat-lying note which
will easily stick to your monitor, fridge, wall, and whatnot. 30. Cut a tennis ball open and stuff it with dog
treats. It’ll keep your pooch entertained for hours. 31. Place a magnet behind your light switch next
to the entrance door, and it’ll hold your keys. This way, you won’t have to search for them
every morning. 32. When your favorite perfume is about to finish,
add the last drops of it to your body lotion. 33. Common school glue will help you to remove
a splinter. Just pour a blob of glue on the damaged area
and let it dry. Then, when you peel the glue off, the splinter
will most likely come out as well. 34. To make someone agree when you’re asking for
something, slightly nod your head while talking. Psychologists call it mirroring, and you’re
more likely to get a positive answer if you use this technique. 35. While reheating rice, wrap it in a wet paper
towel. This will soften even the hardest rice. 36. Hang a tennis ball on a string tied to your
garage ceiling, positioned so that it’ll come in contact with your windshield in front
of your face. It’ll prevent you from accidentally hitting
the front wall with your bumper. 37. All you need to make a fort at home is a large
sheet and a fan inflating it. Even if you don’t have kids, such a fort is
still a fun thing to have. 38. If there’s a blackout and you have neither
a flashlight nor a candle, you can use a tin of Crisco fat. Place a candle wick (or just a piece of string)
in the middle of the full tin and light the thing up. Rumor has it that such a hand-made candle
can burn for up to 45 days! 39. To save some space in your drawers, store
your clothes vertically. It’ll also be easier to see what you have
there. 40. Divide your soup leftovers into single portions
and freeze them. This way, you’ll always have a nice lunch
if you don’t have time to cook. And finally, if you need to go out in the
rain, but don’t have a raincoat, take this tip from the Terminator. Simply lower yourself into a big vat of — rubber
cement, and not only will you have a nice, new coating, you’ll stay very dry. No — actually I just made that up. Don’t do that. Alright how about you. Do you have any other cool life tricks in
stock? Let me know down in the comments! If you learned something new today, then give
this video a like and share it with a friend. But – hey! – don’t go do the rubber cement
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