Are you a clever housewife who is always on the looking for genius household hacks for an easier life? With so much excitement about learning to improve my household skills, I thought it would be a good time to pull together a list of all sorts of easy household hacks for you to find in one place.
Just take 5 minutes to browse the easy and creative household hacks and tutorials and get inspired. You can recycle a plastic bottle to help little children wash their hands with a little spare time. It’s a very smart way to tape a laundry bag to the inside of your tumble dryer door for easy drying of sports shoes. Don’t have time to go for vegetables purchasing? You can use a paper towel to keep your salad lettuce fresh all week long. So which ones are going on your list of things to do? I Would love to hear about them when you give them a try. Hope this was a nice little break in your day and that you are now supercharged with tons of creating inspiration!
The Most Efficient and Easy Way To Clean Window Blinds
Simple fixes for 12 stubborn stains, from grease to grass
Test Egg Freshness Using Water
If it floats it’s no longer good to eat. If it sinks and lies flat at the bottom it’s in good shape. Get the steps here
Freshen A Home With Just Two Ingredients
Use Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide to Make Your Old Cookie Sheets Look Like New Again
Fold All Of Your Sheets Up And Place Them Inside A Pillowcase
Use Metal Clips Attached To Shower Curtain Rings For Organizing All Your Bathing Products
Hang a bundle of chalk in the closet to keep everything fresh and dry.
They will absorb extra moisture and keep clothing fresh and dry, and takes up much less room than an electric dehumidifier. See the details here
Hanging Pictures with Soda Pop Tabs
Recycle a plastic bottle to help little children wash their hands
Tape a laundry bag to the inside of your tumble dryer door for easy drying of sports shoes
Use cupcake liners to cover drinks glasses.
Keep bugs, dirt and other icky things from falling in your drink. See the details here
“File” clothes vertically in drawers so you can see your clothes at a glance
Pinecone Hide a Key
Hide your spare key in a medicine bottle with a piece of a pinecone glued to the end. Then bury it. See the details here
Make Your Hands More Comfortable When You Crochet with This DIY Polymer Clay Crochet Hook Handle
They can not only keep your hands healthy, but also make gorgeous gifts! See the details here
Cut the bottoms off the shoe pockets and use it as an organizer for wrapping paper.
Flour and Sugar Dispenser
This is much nicer way of storing flour and sugar and easier to get them. No more open bags of flour/sugar getting everywhere…no more cramming them in a zip lock.. See the details here
Cut small foods like cherry tomatoes by using two plastic lids.
It’ll save you time and protect you from any nasty cuts. See the details here
Make holes in the top of a used milk bottle for DIY watering can.
Use a magnetic strip to store bobby pins behind a cabinet door.
Create a toilet paper roll dispenser with used Coke bottle.
It willkeep puppy or cat from tearing up the entire roll. Get the steps here
Use binder clips to organize cords
Put your binder clips on the table and keep your cords well organized. See the details here
Use a paper towel to keep your salad lettuce fresh all week long.
Organize Your Cords with Toilet Paper Roll
Use razor to shave pills
When winter comes, you need to use a razor to shave the pills off your clothes and make it look new again. See the details here
Recycle Plastic Bottles and Caps for Improving Plastic Bag Storage
Save a Lot of Time On Ironing Using Aluminum Foil
Remove the cloth cover from the ironing board and roll out the foil on it with the shiny side up. Put the cloth cover back, then iron as usual. Because of the heat reflection from the foil, you can iron both sides of your clothes at once. This technique can save you a lot of time on ironing and can definitely change the way you do ironing. See the details here
Keep brown sugar soft by storing with a couple of marshmallow.
Use sliding locks to keep your wheelbarrow standing up against the wall and out of the way.
Makes your iPhone speaker louder in a simple way.
Convert a plastic cereal dispenser into a trash receptacle for your car.
Turn your old wine bottle holder into a useful hot tools storage
Add one teaspoon of baking soda when boiling eggs to make the shell easy to peel off!
Use Tic Tac containers to organize and dispense small items.
Fill an old box with skewers to make an universal knife block.
Use a fork to press garlic if you don’t have a garlic crusher.
Wrap the crown of a bunch of bananas with plastic wrap.
They’ll keep for 3-5 days longer than usual. See how here
Store trash bags on a roll under the sink to keep them accessible.
Use Lemon and Kosher Salt to Clean a Cutting Board
Use an old shoe box to create a recharge station for all of your devices.
Keep tangled cables out of sight. Get the instructions here