DIY Goo Gone

Just use baking soda, coconut oil and sweet orange essential oil

DIY Goo Gone really works! It’s great for removing adhesives, such as glue and stickers, from the surface of glass jars. It also works as a great exfoliant! All you need is equal parts baking soda and coconut oil, and a couple drops of sweet orange oil. Remove as much of the sticker as you can before hand, then rub in the diy goo gone with a cloth or your fingers. The baking soda acts as an abrasive whilst the oil softens and unseals the adhesives hold on the surfaces. Once you remove the adhesive completely, just wash with soapy water and voila, you’re done! If you have any left over, use as exfoliant or store away in tightly sealed container for next time.

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Make a Heart Shaped Egg

Making a heart shaped egg is easier than you might think. In this video we learn how to make a heart shaped egg from Make Sushi YouTube channel. All you need for this trick is a hard boiled egg, small rectangular piece of cardboard (as shown) folded in half, a chopstick and two elastic bands. Follow Make Sushi’s simple instructions and you will have your loved one eating out of your hands.

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DIY Herb Planter

Learn how to make this cool diy herb planter or “spice rack” to hang over a fence. YouTube’s Crazy Russian Hacker walks us through the steps. All you need is an inexpensive over the door shoe organizer (as shown In the video), dirt, herb plants in biodegradable pots and a marker to label pockets with herb names.

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Banana Peel Rose Fertilizer

home hack for the garden

Banana peel rose fertilizer is a great hack for growing beautiful roses. The peels decompose quickly and release nutrients such as nitrogen and potassium into the soil. The simplest way to take advantage of the nutrient rich banana peel is to bury them six inches from the base of your rose bush and one inch deep. You can also cut them into smaller pieces if you wish.

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Waterproof Canvas Shoes With a Candle, It Really Works!

Andy and Madeleine of Lifehacker answers the question,”Can you waterproof shoes with a candle?” Spoiler alert, their answer is an emphatic,”yes!” Not only that they show us how in this fun video. It’s easy and amazingly effective to waterproof canvas shoes when you use these step by step instructions. All you need is an unscented tea candle, canvas shoes and a blow dryer. Just rub entire surface of shoes with candle, leaving a light wax coating, then blow dry shoes with hair dryer to melt wax, and you’re done!

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Crayon Candle Hack- Zombie Survival Tips

Survive the Zombie apocalypse, or just use this fun hack when you’re in a pinch! We found it on YouTube’s CrazyRussianHacker channel “Where safety is number one priority.” It is part of his Zombie Survival Series which is both educational and fun. It’s also a great camping hack when you have a three year old who likes to color with you! You can also use this crayon candle hack during a power outage.

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