Most recycling centers don’t accept shredded paper. If you shred as part of your work at home or for personal privacy, here are some ways you can reuse that shredded paper.
If you use a flat iron to straighten or smooth your hair and you’ve noticed it’s not working like it used to, that may mean it needs a good cleaning.
It’s good to know how to clean sponges because they can get really gross really quickly.
You probably already use your shower or tub as a station for drying delicate laundry, or shoes and jackets that have gotten soaked. But you can actually line dry clothes in small bathrooms.
There’s a simple way to get rid of bugs you can’t reach that doesn’t involve spraying them and getting bug spray everywhere.
You can fix rusty pipes yourself if they haven’t already started leaking. It’s important to take care of quickly. Rust will eat away at the pipes until they become leaky, which costs you money for repairs and can waste a lot of water. Learn how to handle this repair yourself.
Chore charts are a great way to keep kids organized and teach them how to build good habits. These free printable chore charts for kids will help you teach your kids organization and accountability.
What can you do with a used dryer sheet? Well, first of all: use it again. You can reuse dryer sheets quite a few times before they lose their effectiveness or scent. But after that, there are still quite a few useful things to do with used dryer sheets.