Hydrogen peroxide isn’t just for hair-bleaching or teeth-whitening. It’s the perfect stain-remover, too.
The newspaper industry is dying, so put newsprint to use while it’s still around! Use those old broadsheets to dry wet shoes, remove oven residue, and more.
Onions might make you cry, but they can also help housebreak your dog, keep away pests, and much more! Click through to discover more amazing things to do with onions.
Get some pumpkin decorating ideas from Montreal’s Great Pumpkin Ball, participate in your own disguise a pumpkin project.
Candy tins are still as popular as ever. They’re one of the easiest things to recycle into something useful around the house. Check out our 5 suggestions and then come up with some of your own.
Fat fighter, heart protector, antioxidant provider… is there anything olive oil can’t do? This superfood has plenty of uses outside the kitchen. Here are some interesting suggestions, including how to use it to polish furniture and solve paint problems.
Wish everything could be as shiny and clean as your car? Buff up on your car wax. This handy little item can prevent bathroom mildew, fix your favourite CDs and even cover up stratches on furniture.
Cleaning your mops, reshaping your clothes and removing snow from your car are just a few ideas for what you can do with a paper bag.
Stuck on your cooking spray? Learn how a quick spray can remove stains, make your home quieter and mowing the lawn easier.
We always have more foam trays than we need and supermarkets should probably stop using them. After all, they’re not the greenest product out there. Stop them from heading to the landfill by using them for projects, such as protecting precious photos or helping out a budding artist.
Think fabric softener is just for your laundry? Both the liquid and dryer sheets can save you a bundle of trouble around the house.
Egg cartons tend to pile up quickly. Before tossing them into the recycling bin, use them to get organized around the home and garden. Here are five things you can try.
Think yogourt is just a healthy snack? Find out how it can help your skin, garden and pets.
It turns out the usefulness of mouthwash isn’t limited to the bathroom! Here are five new ways to put mouthwash to work around the house.
Wondering what to do with shoe boxes so they don’t clutter up your closet? Here’s five ideas to get you organized.
After you’ve winterized your home, use this handy material to get yourself organized, help you get a better grip on winter and and stop drafts in unexpected places.
Envelopes are one of those things that seem to pile up around the house, but don’t let them cause a mess. Put them to use with these five DIY solutions.
Nylon pantyhose are not just a fashion statement! The world’s favourite synthetic fibre has many uses around the home.
Sugar is sweet, and not just when you include it in a recipe. Here are some other things to make with sugar to help you around the house.
Shampoos give your locks a well-needed clean; getting rid of impurites that gather in your hair. But it can also be used to save a shrunken sweater, clean your combs and brushes, and so much more. Click through to see more uses and fun facts about shampoo.