Wallpaper adds that unique, decorative look to any room in your house. But more often than not, we buy more than we actually need. What to do with all those leftovers? Read on to find out five more things to do with wallpaper, including making a jigsaw puzzle, fixing a folding screen, and more!
A chef’s best friend, wax paper is used for its non-stick properties and wrapping food to prevent moisture to soak through. But it has uses outside the kitchen too. Here are 5 other things to do with wax paper.
Your trusty shower curtain protected your bathroom floor for many years. Don’t be so quick to throw it away when you replace it with a new one. Click through to see how you can use it to protect protect your table from scratches, make a bag for your cold goods, and more!
You use window cleaner to remove those stubborn smugdes from your windows and glass doors. But it has lots of other interesting uses. Read on to find out how window cleaner can polish jewelry, banish pimples and more.
Nail polish remover isn’t just a spa supply. This solvent can get rid of ink stains, or remove sticker glue off glass surfaces. Read on to find out other household uses for this acetone-based solution.
This beverage mix does more than stir up tasty drinks. Kool-Aid is also cool around the house. Use it to dye the tween’s hair, colour paint or clean the dishwasher.
Does the thought of bread make you go soft? Wait until you find out how it can remove cooking odours and protect you from grease fires.
Is your ladder hiding out in the closet? Then it’s time to haul it out and make good use of it-as a piece of furniture, a planter, or even to serve a family meal.
Who doesn’t have extra mouse pads kicking around the home office? Here are some tips on what other things to do with a mouse pad. Use the extras to help you garden and keep your surfaces scratch- and scorch-free.
Got a bag of cumin you never use? Here’s some fun facts about spices. Put them to work outside the kitchen: wash your hair, deter pests, freshen your shoes, and more!
Empty margarine tubs are useful for holding everyday items, but did you ever try using them to make gelatin moulds? How about as a handy lunch box? Click through to read 5 of the clever ways you can put margarine tubs to good use.
Paper towels are handy for cleaning up messes. But did you know you can also use them to microwave bacon, keep produce fresh, and prevent cast iron from rusting?
Don’t throw away those extra twist ties you get when you buy garbage bags-they come in handy in a pinch. Use them to organize electronics cords, build a trellis, fix broken eyeglasses, and more.
Mustard isn’t just tasty on burgers and hot dogs. Did you know it can also soothe back pain, get rid of skunk smell, and more? Read on for a quirky list of things to do with mustard.
If you’re only using ice cubes to keep your drinks chilled, you’re only tapping a fraction of their potential. Here are five brilliant new ways to put ice cubes to work all around the house.
Can’t handle all your chores alone? Let your oven mitts help you keep your furniture spotless, tend your garden and fix your car.
Pepper can add some kick to your meal, but it can also be a mechanic’s best friend, a tool for laundry, and great for pest control. Click through to read five great uses for this hot spice.
Hair conditioner makes your locks shine, but it’ll do the same for your face, shoes, and tools too! Read on for more of hair conditioner’s great uses.
Petroleum jelly has been one of beauty’s secret weapons for many years. But this wonder jelly can do more than soothe chapped skin. It can give your leather jacket a makeover, protect your doorknobs from unwanted paint jobs, and so much more!
Pillowcases aren’t just for resting your head. Use them aroud the house to wash lettuce, wrap presents, and more!