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Quick and simple life hacks #1

Quick and simple life hacks #1

(2:01) Ten tips to make life simpler. Listed as a future reminder - 1: Fixing a warped screw. 2: DIY stylus. 3: Natural paint remover. 4: Unclogging a shower head. 5: Cleaning windows with coke. 6: Garbage bag storage. 7: Unsealing an envelope. 8: Bug repellent 9. Freshen up a dish pad. 10: Automatic toilet cleaner.

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Guest: katrina (1942 days ago)
If you are carrying lots of glasses or in fact anything on a tray, whisking something, put a damp piece of kitchen roll under the items and nothing will move.
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If you are carrying lots of glasses or in fact anything on a tray, whisking something, put a damp piece of kitchen roll under the items and nothing will move.
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Guest: katrina (1942 days ago)
If you are skinning chicken use rubber gloves, double whammy, keeps your hands clean and it is easy to skin the chicken. Also when you are moving furniture use rubber gloves you get a much better non slip grip.
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If you are skinning chicken use rubber gloves, double whammy, keeps your hands clean and it is easy to skin the chicken. Also when you are moving furniture use rubber gloves you get a much better non slip grip.
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Guest: katrina (1942 days ago)
When you buy a set of different sized storage boxes, number the tops and bottoms from 1 to 10. So the first size would both have a 1 on them, saves tiime trying different lids and bottoms.
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When you buy a set of different sized storage boxes, number the tops and bottoms from 1 to 10. So the first size would both have a 1 on them, saves tiime trying different lids and bottoms.
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Guest: (1943 days ago)
What's a dryer sheet?
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What's a dryer sheet?
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Guest: Mr Gum (1943 days ago)
I dunno - is it an anti static cling sheet? You put them in your tumble drier to stop things sticking together.
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I dunno - is it an anti static cling sheet? You put them in your tumble drier to stop things sticking together.
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glortman glortman (1942 days ago)
Yes, but they typically are also filled with perfume, and often phthalates. Both of these pose considerable health and environmental risks. If bugs stay away because of the chemicals, imagine how sticking one in your pocket will affect your happy little gonads. I recommend ignoring this particular death hack.
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Yes, but they typically are also filled with perfume, and often phthalates. Both of these pose considerable health and environmental risks. If bugs stay away because of the chemicals, imagine how sticking one in your pocket will affect your happy little gonads. I recommend ignoring this particular death hack.
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Guest: Argle (1942 days ago)
OMG! Perfume in those?! You're right: you should never let perfume near your skin, much less put any on your skin. This is why humanity never invented the stuff. [sarcasm mode off] I'd tell you to think before you write, but I suspect you're one of those people who confuse opinions with thought.
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OMG! Perfume in those?! You're right: you should never let perfume near your skin, much less put any on your skin. This is why humanity never invented the stuff. [sarcasm mode off] I'd tell you to think before you write, but I suspect you're one of those people who confuse opinions with thought.
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Guest: Herbert York (1939 days ago)
The standards applied for the use of perfume in fabric softener sheets are not the same as those applied in the perfume industry.
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The standards applied for the use of perfume in fabric softener sheets are not the same as those applied in the perfume industry.
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Guest: sheethappens (1940 days ago)
How will it affect your happy lil gonads? Make them critter free and not stink anymore? God forbid!!
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How will it affect your happy lil gonads? Make them critter free and not stink anymore? God forbid!!
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Guest: gerbil (1942 days ago)
Only problem with putting the bags in the bottom of the bin is they pick up the smell of the bin and it's not nice, far better to keep them under the sink.
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Only problem with putting the bags in the bottom of the bin is they pick up the smell of the bin and it's not nice, far better to keep them under the sink.
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Guest: katrina (1942 days ago)
If you are camping, before you go to the shops, take a large plastic storage box with good fitting lid, put in car boot, add water, clothes and detergent. Drive to the shops and the clothes will be clean as the car movements act like a washing machine.
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If you are camping, before you go to the shops, take a large plastic storage box with good fitting lid, put in car boot, add water, clothes and detergent. Drive to the shops and the clothes will be clean as the car movements act like a washing machine.
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Guest: andrew bc (1909 days ago)
Latest comment: make sure tou have a tight lid or use front loading soap or you will have soap all over the place
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Latest comment: make sure tou have a tight lid or use front loading soap or you will have soap all over the place
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Guest: (1940 days ago)
Want that tea tree oil sensation but can't afford tea tree shower gel? Just rub toothpaste into your eyes and tip a bottle of mouthwash over your head
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Want that tea tree oil sensation but can't afford tea tree shower gel? Just rub toothpaste into your eyes and tip a bottle of mouthwash over your head
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