Dish Detergent, baking soda, and aluminum foil all to double duty with this homemade jewelry cleaner.
Baking Soda Whitener
Use baking soda to remove dark patches under your arms.
WD-40 isn’t just a handy lubricant. It can remove pesky crayon stains too!
Olive Oil Shaving Cream
Olive Oil is not only an awesome cooking aid, it’s great for shaving too!
Use dryer sheets to clean pans!
Lotion Shoe Shine
Lotion can be used to polish shoes as well as make your skin soft.
Cleaning with Lemons
Use lemons to clean metals, rust stained clothes, and and cuttings boards, as well as to brighten your whites!
Broken Glass Cleaner
Use a slice of bread to efficiently clean up a broken glass!
Rubber Band Door Stop
Use a rubber band to prevent your door from latching when going in and out frequently.
Fix Chipped Wood
Use clear nail polish to fix chipped wood furniture.
The tab tops from soda cans haven’t completed their purpose when they’ve opened your drink. Remove them from the cans to create hanger connectors for two piece outfits.
Keep Food Fresh
Use those silica gel packets you find in shoe boxes to keep your food fresh longer!
Hair Spray can double as a stain remover for fabrics.