19 Awesome Life Hacks That Look Pretty Weird at First Glance
Bright Side found several unusual tricks and curious life hacks that only a genius or a creative thinker could’ve come up with. And we think that the last hack is the best of all.
If you’re tired of losing your remotes, make an all-in-one.
“Showering your dog while smearing peanut butter on a wall as a distraction.”
To prevent wrapping paper from unrolling, use toilet paper tubes to keep it in a roll.
When your computer goes into “sleep mode” when you don’t want it to, put your watch under the mouse. The moving clock hands will keep your PC from unwanted lockdowns.
“A useful trick if you have no room left on the countertop while cooking.”
How to fit all your tank tops on a single hanger. You’ll need shower curtain rings and a hanger.
It looks stupid, but it actually works.
Cut away the middle portion of the tube to get the remains of lotions and creams.
“When disassembling items, punch your screws into a piece of cardboard and label the sets. This will help you retain your hardware and remember placement and order for reassembly.”
Use this simple way to pack your clothes in bags if you’re moving.
You can use a piece of spaghetti to light a wick that’s hard to reach.
If ants “steal” your dog’s food, put the bowl into a larger bowl with water in it. They shall not pass.
How to use your old telephone to the maximum: turn it into a smart clock.
“To free up some shelf-space, put magnets in the boxes and hang the boxes on the side of your fridge.”
This is what you should do if you don’t have enough space to dry your clothes.
“$5 way to hide all the cables under your TV.”
Genius and simple hack from my dad to know which side to put the USB in.
Use one LEGO man to connect them all!
Now wires will never get loose or unplugged.
Please note: This article was updated in February 2023 to correct source material and factual inaccuracies.
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