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50 Completely Random, Must-Know Mind-Blowing DIY Life Hacks

Sometimes I come across an idea online and I can't help but ask myself "Why didn't I think of this?". In today's post I'm sharing a collection of 50 completely random tips and tricks that just might make your life a little easier.




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If you mix Elmers Glue with a couple drops of food coloring and paint it on glass, it will create a sea glass effect. Perfect for all sorts of diy and craft projects. no source found

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Have you ever watched a tv show and wanted something that one of the characters wore? There is a website called wornontv.net that finds the exact clothes and lists where you can buy them. no source found

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Line your shelves with press n' seal. When it's time to clean the fridge just remove the press n' seal, toss in the trash, and replace. The Virtuous Wife

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Or you can use cheap place mats cut to fit your shelves. {via} You can find Blue Chevron Print Place mats here or, if you want something less noticeable, check out these clear ones. 2 Little Superheros

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Pour your leftover wine into ice cube trays and freeze it. Next time you have a recipe that calls for wine just grab a few cubes and start cooking. The Art of Doing Stuff

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The easiest way to make mess free pancakes. Add Bisquick mix and water to a clean squeezable bottle (ketchup, honey, mustard, etc.) and shake until well mixed. You can now squeeze out the perfect amount without making a huge mess. no source found

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When pouring food into a plastic bag, use a glass to keep the bag upright for easy pouring. no source found

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Reynolds Aluminum Foil has lock in taps to hold the roll in place. no source found

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You can divide and store ground meat in a Ziploc Bag. Just break off how much you need and keep the rest in the freezer for later. So much easier than dividing and individually wrapping each pound or half pound. no source found

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Easily separate an egg yolk from an egg white. Squeeze the bottle then place the opening of the bottle over the yolk. release the bottle and it will suck up the yolk. The House By The Sea

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A cereal keeper makes the perfect trash can for your car. BHG

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Never loose your carmex again!! no source found

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Paper plates help prevent splatter when using an electric whiskno source found

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Use a pizza cutter to cut pancakes. Cook and Craft Me Crazy

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Update your outdated appliances with stainless steel contact paper. Find it Here

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Light up a pathway using these beautiful glow-in-the-dark stepping stones made with stencils and glow in the dark paintno source found

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Use paint to update an old Little Tikes playhouseno source found

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Use Duct Tape to transform ugly boxes into cute storage boxes. DIY Home Sweet Home

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A simple dollar store basket and a couple command hooks can be attached to the back of your under sink cabinet door to store sponges and other items for your sink. IHeart Organizing

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Build a simple, slide-in storage system on the garage ceiling. Family Handyman

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Finally learn how to fold a fitted sheet. Find the tutorial HERE

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Rub Bees Wax on your shoes to waterproof them. no source found

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Instantly hang a second panel behind curtains using a bungee cord. no source found

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Create a storage cabinet out of recycled tidy cat buckets. This would be great in a garage or mud room. no source found

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Mint Containers are excellent for organizing all of your small office supplies. This would also work great for organizing hardware in the garage, or all of your daughters barbie clothes & accessories. no source found

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A twin sized sheet makes a great table cloth and it won't blow off in the wind.

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Easily Clean your window blinds by wrapping a couple rags around a pair of kitchen tongs. One Crazy House

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Clorox Cleaning Bleach Gel works wonders for cleaning the grout in your kitchen and bathrooms. Rad + The Rest

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End bum crack by making a small slit in back of your pants and threading elastic through them. Patchwork Posse

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Use a soda can tab to hang a any item that doesn't have a hook on the back to hang if from. no source found

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Pour a small amount of Pine-Sol in the bottom of the toilet brush holder to keep your bathroom smelling fresh & clean. Home Depot

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Power wash your deck the easy way by attaching a garden hose to your broom. no source found

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Make your own cookie cutters in any shape you wand using a tin soda can. DIY Home Sweet Home

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Use a binder clip to keep drinks organized in the fridge. no source found

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Attach a command hook to the back of your child's high chair. Use it to keep clean bibs within easy reach during meal time. no source found

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Recycle a soda box to organize canned goods in your pantry. Then She Made

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If you recycle plastic grocery bags, they are mush easier to store and take up way less space when folded. A Lil Bird Told Me

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Make mornings easier by organizing school lunches in advanced. Use a hanging shoe organizer to sort and store a months worth of snacks and drinks. no source found

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Create a secret hiding place by attaching a bolt and washer to a match box. Drill a large hole in the side of a picnic tables, mail box post, or other outdoor wooden furniture. no source found

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Paint rocks with glow-in-the-dark paint and use to line your driveway or a walking path. no source found

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Organize your Tupperware using a drying rack and basket. Just attach the rack to the top of your basket using zip ties or twine. no source found

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Easily update the trim around your doors by using a plinth block. The Handymans Daughter

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Save yourself some money on your next remodel with this diy. Transform your plain doors into paneled doors using 1/4 inch plywood. Jenna Sue

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Create a beautiful, diy end grain wood floor using 2x4's. Cut them into thin into 3/4" tiles. The end result is inexpensive but looks amazing. Lumber Jocks

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Easily clean your cutting boards by spreading on a paste made from 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of dish detergent, and 1-2 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide. Then let sit overnight. Bren Did

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Use a couple 2x4's and zip ties to install a baby gate without putting holes in your stair railing. Beauty In The Ordinary

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Keep track of medicine directly on the bottle with a permanent marker. Landeelu

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Make a diy sponge holder from a recycled shampoo bottle. Crafting A Green World

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Add a scrub brush to the end of your drill to make your own diy cleaning tool. Practically Functional

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Use thumb tacks to attach your Ziploc bags directly to the wall and free up space on your pantry shelves.




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