50 Amazing Uses For Vinegar That You'll Want To Know
You won't want to miss these 50 uses for vinegar. From health and beauty to cleaning and laundry, vinegar can do just about anything!
10 Surprising Reasons To Have A Bottle Of White Glue
White glue is a staple as a school supply, but it's also a useful item to keep around the house. Here are 10 uses for white glue that might surprise you!
Here Are The Easiest Solutions To 9 Annoying Household Problems
You don't have to be handy in order to solve everyday problems around the house! Here are 9 of the easiest household hacks that anyone can learn!
22 Surprising Uses For Sandpaper!
I just love the idea of repurposing common household items and making them useful for other purposes. The other day I was using a super dull pair of scissors
Hydrogen Peroxide Vs Rubbing Alcohol: This Is What You Need To Know
Curious about hydrogen peroxide vs rubbing alcohol? Here's everything you need to know about these two household staples and how to use them!
12 Ways That WD-40 Is The Ultimate Problem Solver
While you may keep a can in your garage, WD-40 is useful for tasks all around the house! Check out 12 of my favorite everyday uses for WD-40.
15 Household Uses for Mouthwash (Outside of Your Mouth)
Before Listerine killed germs in your mouth, it killed bacteria on bathroom floors. Yes, back in the late 1800s, Listerine, which was originally developed as a hospital-grade antiseptic and later used as “a pharmaceutical specialty for dentists,” was commonly sold to consumers as an all-purpose cleaner, used to sanitize floors, clean feet, and douse smelly armpits.
13 Unorthodox Uses for Petroleum Jelly (Aside From That One)
Petroleum jelly is a product found in most every medicine cabinet, but it has a lot of uses outside of the usuals: providing minor burn relief, serving as emergency lip balm, or acting, in a pinch, as emergency “personal lubricant.” But beyond meeting your various bodily (ahem) or medical needs, petroleum jelly can do a lot around the house—it can remove water stains, lubricate light bulbs (but not like that), and brighten up old leather. Here are 13 ways to use petroleum jelly that might…
You're Probably Using Way Too Much of These Household Products
Most people spend a good amount of money on things like laundry detergent, dishwasher soap, and other consumables. Saving money on them doesn’t have to mean switching brands or waiting for a sale—you can just use a lot less product and still get the same results, if not better. Here’s how much you actually need to get the job done.