To get a better grip on a stripped screw, use a wide rubber band between the screwdriver and the screw head.
Keep slippery tops and strappy dresses from sliding into a heap on your closet floor by looping wide rubber bands over the ends of their hangers.
Place a heavy duty rubber band across an open paint can to wipe your brush on, and keep paint off the side of the can.
Eyeglasses Case – Hard side
Snag a spare one to stow jewelry when traveling. Other great uses? For your MP3 player and earbuds, contact lense kit, small sewing kit, small first aid kit, etc.
Not only does it help with stains, use it to loosen and get rid of sticky labels on washable hard surfaces.
Before you toss one of these paper reminders, run the sticky side between the keys of your computer’s keyboard to collect crumbs, dust and other grime. Run with sticky side against the top of the keys, then turn note around to get the bottom of the keys.
Create a “coaster” for a metal cans that will rust with the top of a small sour cream, potato chip, or other food container — and end rusty rings on surfaces.
Use one of these trays in the bathroom for storing the toilet plunger. Looks good and it collects drips. Or, use the entire flower pot, just be sure it is big enough around for the plunger.
When storing coats or special-occasion clothes, cover each item with an old pillowcase (cut a hole in the closed end to slip over a hanger). It won’t hold in mildew-causing moisture and your clothes can breathe. Turn your pillow case inside out and put your folded sheets inside. Now all your bedding is in one spot.
Mesh Produce Bag
Use the plastic mesh bag that your onions or oranges came in as a no-scratch scrubber for a gunky pot or pan. Wad up the bag, scour, then throw the bag away.
Toothbrush Holder with Makeup Brushes
Keep your makeup brushes neat and gunk-free by stashing them, bristles up, in a clean toothbrush stand, old mason jar, or other cute container.
Coins in Pill Jar
Once the meds are gone, this tube-shaped container is ideal for stashing quarters in the car for tolls parking meters, or car washes.
Folded Shower Curtain
Stash an old shower curtain in your car’s trunk to line it when carting messy plants, picnic coolers, or beach gear.
Get fur off the furniture faster: Use slightly dampened rubber gloves and run them over upholstery to quickly collect pet hair.
Old Soda-Can Tab
Make more closet space! Expand your clothing capacity by slipping one end over a hanger’s hook, then suspend a second hanger from the tab’s other end.
Use bread tags to label the cords at your desk or entertainment center – It makes it so much easier to determine what cord go to what.