Most people don’t use a hammer and nails all that often. You know you have both somewhere in your house, but when the need arises, you often can’t find one or the other. They are never where you thought you last placed them. This is not only irritating but can also be dangerous because it is never a good idea to have nails just lying around.
If you want to avoid this mess and keep them together and organized, you can attach a small magnet to the bottom of your hammer. That will make sure that the nails stick around for when you want to use them.
Use Bottles for Homemade Cloches
Not all hacks can be used by everyone, and some are designated for very specific needs. This one is for those with a green thumb and a garden to enjoy. Use scissors or a knife to remove the bottom of your old milk jugs or bottles, and use them in the garden to protect vulnerable seedlings from harsh weather and frost. Leave the top as is, but remove the cap to give the plant the air it needs.
Cloches are only meant to protect seedlings during cold nights, so they shouldn’t be used in the warmer months when temperatures remain high overnight. Recycling AND taking care of your garden? Yes, please.
Use Binder Clips in the Freezer
Frozen fruits for smoothies take up a lot of room in your freezer, and so do leftover vegetables from the new stir fry recipe you tried. It is hard to keep those bags sealed and organized, but a few binder clips can solve the problem. Just clip the folded open end of your frozen vegetables or fruits to the middle rack of the freezer.
They will be left hanging, free up extra space, and let you easily see what you already have and what you need to buy. Behold as they dangle gracefully, granting you ample space and visual clarity to assess your inventory and determine future shopping needs.
A Squeegee Is Not Just for Squeegeeing
Having a pet is a wonderful experience, and it has even been clinically proven that children that grow up with a pet have a better immune system and grow up t be more emotionally developed. But what isn’t wonderful is the sheer mass of fur that can collect on your floor, especially your wall-to-wall carpeting.
You can try and keep up with it by vacuuming regularly, but sometimes even that isn’t enough to get rid of it all! The next time you are planning to vacuum, you can try using a squeegee first to loosen the pet hair from the carpet. That way, you can get out the toughest clumps before beginning to vacuum.
Organize Your Closet with Pot Lid Racks
Storage solutions may have been designed for your kitchen, but that doesn’t mean they have to stay there. A pot lid rack is the storage solution your cluttered closet didn’t know it needed. You can use one of these racks to organize your clutches, wallets, and even small purses that used to take up space and create a big mess in your closet.
This way, when you are getting dressed, you have all your choices laid out for you, and all you need to do is pick one. By utilizing the pot lid rack, your closet gains order, bidding farewell to the days of disheveled chaos. Embrace this innovative solution and revel in the harmonious harmony that graces your once-chaotic closet space!