30 Super Crazy Everyday Life Hacks You Never Thought Of

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DIYs are just a blessing to us and something that can boost our creativity hence exposing us to several ways we can simplify life. In this article, we will reveal 30 awesome everyday life hacks that you never thought of but are highly effective and time-saving.

1. Fresh corn without hairs

Fresh corn without hairs

It is annoying to have to boil corn first before peeling it to eat. After peeling the corn, you also have to pluck out the hairs and this is even more annoying. With this hack, you enjoy your fresh corn without worrying about plucking hairs.

2. Use perler beads to label cords

Use perler beads to label cords

Instead of trying to figure out which cord is which, you can use colorful Perler beads to label your cords so you can easily identify them.

3. Rock in memory jar

Rock in memory jar

When you go on vacation with your special someone, you can create a memory jar by writing on rocks and storing it.

4. Freeze ground meat in ziplock bag

Freeze ground meat in ziplock bag

You can store ground meat in a ziplock bag to prevent it from breaking and defrosting completely when you decide to use it.

5. How to unshrink clothes

How to unshrink clothes

You can now unshrink your clothes even if you don’t have an iron! Try out this cool hack for rumpled clothes.

6. Emergency lighting

Emergency lighting

This effortless hack of headlamp and gallon jug can make for emergency lighting especially when you go camping.

7. Original birthday dessert

Original birthday dessert

You can try out this ice-cream and cake dessert for a delicious birthday snack.

8. Staple remover to save your nails

Staple remover to save your nails

You can use a staple remover to add keys to your key rings to prevent hurting or breaking your nails.

9. Muffin tin to serve condiments

Muffin tin to serve condiments

Muffin tins can be used as serving utensils to guests invited to your barbeque. Using this hack, you don’t have to wash plates because you won’t be using them.

10. How to fold T-shirt to save closet space

How to fold T-shirt to save closet space

You can employ this easy hack to fold and organize your t-shirt thereby managing storage space.

11. Toothpaste to clean hazy headlights

Toothpaste to clean hazy headlights

You can try using toothpaste to clean up hazy car lights that will make the lights brighter at night.

12. Underarm pads

Underarm pads

For those who exercise and sweat a lot, try using underarm pads to absorb sweat and reduce odor.

13. DIY template for hanging things with exact holes

DIY template for hanging things with exact holes

Employ this hack when you want to hang things with an exact hole to avoid damaging the wall or making mistakes.

14. How to tell if your eggs are still fresh

How to tell if your eggs are still fresh

Try this easy water hack to find out how fresh your eggs are.

15. Pool noodles to secure brush while painting

Pool noodles to secure brush while painting

You can employ this clever hack of using pool noodles to secure brushes while painting.

16. Put stocking over vacuum to find tiny items

Put stocking over vacuum to find tiny items

You can filter out small items by draping a stocking over your vacuum.

17. Doritos for kindling

Doritos for kindling

When you go camping and you don’t have any item to create fire but you have some Doritos in your bag, you’re good to go!

18. Accented letters for passcodes

Accented letters for passcodes

Do you have those annoying friends who go snooping around your phone all the time? You can prevent that by using an accented letter in your pass-code and watch them try to snoop.

19. Rubber band on an open paint can wipe brush

Rubber band on an open paint can wipe brush

You can place a rubber band around an open paint to wipe your paintbrush on hence accomplishing a clean painting task.

20. Use a stick of spaghetti to light a candle wick

Use a stick of spaghetti to light a candle wick

Light a spaghetti stick, light a wick!

21. Place condiments upside down for easy squeeze

Place condiments upside down for easy squeeze

To get an easy squeeze, place your condiments upside down in an egg carton.

22. Use toothpaste to clean off watermarks

Use toothpaste to clean off watermarks

Use toothpaste to clean off watermarks on wooden surfaces.

23. Cheesy egg toast

Cheesy egg toast

Try out this easy and delicious-looking cheesy egg toast hack with this pictorial illustration. Ah, yummy!

24. Avoid tab from rising of drink

Avoid tab from rising of drink

By trying this hack you can keep the tab from rising out of your drink.

25. Never lose your remote again

Never lose your remote again

No more losing remotes with this creative hack of attaching your phone to your settee with magnetic stripes.

26. Toilet paper rolls to save wrapping paper from unrolling

Toilet paper rolls to save wrapping paper from unrolling

Use toilet roll paper as a cuff to keep your wrapping paper from unrolling.

27. Chocolate oatmeal

Chocolate oatmeal

Make delicious chocolate oatmeal with this simple recipe.

28. Pool noodle to prevent car from scratching

Pool noodle to prevent car from scratching

To prevent your car from scratching, attach pool noodles to the wall.

29. How to fix scratches on wood

How to fix scratches on wood

Incorporate this easy hack into your home to fix scratches on wooden surfaces.

30. How to get off built-up residue off your shower head

How to get off built-up residue off your shower head

Soaking your shower head with vinegar will get rid of residues.

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I am founder of FarmFoodFamily blog, where you can read about all living things. I have been a writer all my life, a collector of various interesting and old things, a traveler and an artist. Hobby and career paths have gone in many directions, from making miniature furniture to watercolor painting, fundraising for a symphony orchestra to selling antiques, from interior decorating to copyediting, from being a wife and mother to being a caregiver for family members with serious illnesses. Throughout the years I have learned and taught about all of these things and have been eager to share the information with a wider readership.

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