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12 Effortless and Time-Saving Household Hacks You Need to Know

12 Effortless and Time-Saving Household Hacks You Need to Know
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No one can escape daily household duties, but there are many ways to make them easier and quicker, meaning you’ll have more time and energy to do other things that you actually enjoy doing or finally stop procrastinating.
When you really think about it, household hacks can be a brilliant way to make the most of your days and gain more freedom to pursue the more pleasant things in everyday life. That’s why it’s crucial to know some time and energy-saving tricks to make your daily life easier.

So we’ve collected twelve easy and brilliant household tricks that will help you free up some precious time to spend on the more important things. Check them out now.

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1. Use a blow dryer to remove labels

Taking off labels from cans, jars, or bottles is one of the most irritating things ever because they never come off easily no matter how careful you try to deal with that stubborn glued part (or parts)! So to save your time, energy, and nerves, you can simply use your hairdryer to dry any price tag or label, and that’s it! You’ll be able to separate it from the can effortlessly.

2. Use your palm to thread a needle

Many people have been doing this the wrong way for as long as they can remember, and in fact, we have too, until we discovered this very simple, yet effective trick; You just have to lay the thread flat in your palm while trying not to pull it, then, pick up the needle and turn it in a way that its bottom half faces the thread. And finally, bring the needle along the straightened thread. Now you’ll never get cross-eyed again.

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  1. Cleaning with vinegar is greatly improved if you use “Cleaning Vinegar”, which contains 10% Ascetic Acid, as opposed to regular cooking vinegar, which contains 5% Ascetic Acid. Works great for descaling coffee makers, too.

  2. Many people do not take the time to remove their rings when washing their hands. Thee is a whole lot of gunk that gets in the back of a diamond. I’m sure germs and bacteria thrive there. I don’t know a quick way to clean them. Maybe someone does. I remove mine and use a toothpick and detergent. I don’t think you should push hard on the back of the diamond. Maybe or not the virus could grow there. Won’t hurt to keep the back of rings clean.

  3. I use a 1/2 tablet of denture cleaner to Clean most jewelry (not pearls or porous stones). I put in a enough water so that my jewelry is completely submerged, drop a half tablet of denture cleaner and depending how dirty it is, I leave it usually overnight. I just use hot water to rinse it and it’s sparkly clean. I buy denture cleaner at the dollar store

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