5 Things To Do with Flip-flops
This fun, simple footwear has more to it than you’d think. Once you’re sick of that pair of flip-flops you can use it to clean the house, fix furniture, and more!
Did You Know?
Rumour has it that the design of modern flip-flops was inspired by traditional Japanese woven or wooden sandals.
Stop That Banging Door
Cut a wedge of rubbers from an old thong and use it to keep a door in the open position on a breezy day.
Prevent Rattling Windows
Can’t sleep whenever the wind blows? If your older-style windows rattle in their frames whenever it’s windy, cut slivers of rubber from an old thong and wedge them between the window and the frame.
Preserve Your Pedicure
Take a pair of flip-flops along to the esthetician next time you go to get your toes done. Slip them on post-pedicure so you can walk around without smudging the nail polish.
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