12 household tips that will save you time and energy
Some household chores, like removing your four-legged friend's hair from the sofa or eliminating limescale from bathroom and kitchen faucets, take up considerable time that could very well be shortened.
Everyone has their own methods to solve these and other situations, but it cannot be said that there are not faster, easier, and at the same time more effective ways to do some of these household chores.
Here is a list of tips that you will find useful to know, especially when you have to do some chores and you are short on time!
There is no need to soak, rinse and rub. To remove limescale from the shower head, just attach a small plastic bag with a little white vinegar in it!
Let it act overnight, then the next morning, just remove the bag!
Cleaning tile joints with a toothbrush will allow you to achieve exceptional results: even better if you use an electric toothbrush!
Here is a way to solve the problem of organizing and storing cleaning products. These transparent plastic hanging storage pockets always come in handy!
An infallible weapon against pet hair left on fabrics is a simple rubber glove on which you have created "rubber pads" with hot glue is the perfect solution!
Children will find more pleasure in washing their hands with this soap dispenser filled with Lego bricks!
To extend the life of your charger cables, create a spiral with thin wire around the end to be inserted into a device.
To reheat pizza, and any other similar product, it is better to put it in the microwave with a glass of water, then it will be like it is freshly baked!
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Problems with the sink? In order to fill a bucket, a dust pan offers a quick solution.
Deep cleaning? Attach a brush to a drill and get busy!
To make bananas last longer, all you need to do is wrap a piece of aluminum foil around the banana bunch stem.
Is your eyesight no longer what it used to be? To easily insert thread into a needle, spread the thread on the palm of your hand and rub the eye of the needle over the thread.
To detach adhesive labels from glass jars, it is sufficient to heat them with a jet of hot air from a hair dryer.