Household Hacks 101

Household Hacks 101 : 101 Tips to Save Time Space & Money:: The Best DIY Household Hacks for 2015

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Household Hacks 101. Taking care of your home is an important part of home ownership but can sometimes feel like an endless task. Don't get overwhelmed, there are tricks and tips to make this a much easier job. In this book you will find 101 cleaning, organizing, and maintenance tips to help you save time, space and money. These simple and cost effective strategies will give you a sense of accomplishment, help you take control, ease any stress you may have, make you happier, and may even help to keep your family safer. Ideas like.... Got foggy headlights? Bring out the toothpaste. Just gently brush it onto your headlights, rinse as you normally would and watch all that accumulated dirt and grime disappear. Re-use a magazine rack in your pantry. This will help save you some space as well as keep your pantry organized so that you know where everything is all the time. Place old cans full of rice/pasta etc. on the rack. Be sure to clearly label the cans. Use shoe boxes to divide your drawers. This will make sure that everything has its place and nothing gets mixed up. Have a section for your socks, underwear and so on. Getting dressed would be much easier now! Clean up your grimy sinks with baking soda and lime. The acid from the lime and the bleaching property of the baking soda will thoroughly clean your stainless steel sinks and remove all of the unsightly grime that might have accumulated. The same can be applied to other sink stainless steel fixtures. Keep your garlic fresh for up to one week with olive oil. Store your fresh garlic in an airtight container but not before drizzling it with some olive oil. Keep this in the fridge and it should last you up to a week. The garlic infused olive oil can also be used for other purposes so you're basically hitting two birds with one stone here. Use net baskets in your kitchen to hang fruit and other vegetables. Instead of keeping them in the fridge where you might end up forgetting about them, hang your fruits and veggies using net baskets. They also add a bit more charm to your kitchen. And many more. So get your copy today and get your home and your life more more

Product details

  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 1.52mm | 86.18g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507555512
  • 9781507555514