Test for a tight seal on you refrigerator by closing the door on a dollar bill: If you can easily pull the dollar out the seal will need replacing. Hence will save you heaps of dollars as a faulty seal on your refrigerator or freezer. You will be amazed how much you will save in one year.
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Put some used tea bags in a jar and place them in your refrigerator to absorb odors.
If your phone gets wet you can try drying it in a box of cat litter. Remove the battery and SIM card, then dry the phone off and slide it into a sock. Tie the sock closed and put it in a container filled with the litter. After three days, check to see if there’s any moisture left on the screen. If so, put it back for another couple of days.
Before you go out and purchase pricey electronics cleaners, keep in mind baby wipes work just as well.
Unfortunately bleach has left hydrogen peroxide with somewhat of a bad rap. Commonly used as an anti-septic nowadays it makes for an awesome disinfectant and stain remover.
Ziplock bags cost a fortune and the store-brand stuff is rarely worth its weight in flimsy plastic. Plastic cereal bags, however, are great liners that can be reused. You can use them to store baked goods or a sandwich, apply breadcrumb coatings to meat, fish and poultry, roll up cookie dough logs, contain ingredients to be crushed with a rolling-pin, or as a trash container in your car.
Hawaii is the only U.S. State never to report a temperature of Zero degrees F or below
The average person spends two weeks of its life waiting for a traffic light to change.
Colors like red, yellow and orange make you hungry (I guess that’s why Mc Donald’s fast food chain are those colors)
Baboons were once trained by Egyptians to wait on tables. The Egyptians recognized the intelligence of “sacred” baboons and reportedly trained them to wait on tables, pluck weeds from garden plots, and assume positions of prayer when in a temple.
To take lumps out of a bag of sugar, place it in the refrigerator for 24 hours
Americans spend more than $630 million a year on golf balls
Every human spent about a half an hour as a single cell