Recycled Water Bottle Plastic Earrings

Recycled Water Bottle Plastic Earrings

I found these recycled water bottle plastic earrings at Happy Family Art. It’s hard to believe are made from recycled water bottles! All you need to create the colorful dangles is an empty water bottle, scissors, a candle and magic markers! Follow the link to the Happy Family Art tutorial for step by step instructions.

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Broken Charger Cord Hack

How many times has your smartphone or tablet charger cord come apart where the cord meets the plug? If you are anything like me then it happens all the time! This broken charger cord hack is so easy and will save you money. YouTube’s Crazy Russian Hacker shows us just how easy it is to fix with a hot glue gun!

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Hard Boiled Egg Hack – Add Balsamic Vinegar to Boiling Water

According to HouseholdHacker this hard boiled egg hack will prevent cracked eggs from seeping egg whites. The vinegar also tints the eggshell slightly so you can distinguish your hard boiled eggs from the raw ones!

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How to Make a Home Made Ice Pack

YouTube’s Crazy Russian Hacker demonstrates how to make a home made ice pack. All you need is a ziplock bag, water and rubbing alcohol. These are great to have on hand in the freezer for emergencies!

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Drill Bit Hack

Izzy Swan shows us how to use a nail as a drill bit in this how-to video. Use this drill bit hack when you don’t have the right size bit for a pilot hole.

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Remove Rust Naturally with Lemon and Baking Soda

Remove Rust Naturally with Lemon and Baking Soda

It really works! Remove rust naturally with lemon and baking soda from just about anything. Mix lemon juice and baking soda together, stir until you have a foamy paste (add lemon juice or baking soda as needed for proper consistency). Use a paint brush to spread paste on rust, then let it sit for a few minutes, or longer. Finally wipe away paste with paper towel or a cloth rag. Repeat as many times as necessary to remove all rust.

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