I am an orderly person. Organization seems to be my middle name. I am always looking for tips that I have not thought of to make my home run more smoothly and efficiently. So, it is only normal that I would be looking online for the best household tips that others have come up with to share with my readers.
Searching the Web for the Best Household Tips
Some tips help to make your cleaning jobs easier. Some are organizational in style and some help to get your outdoor projects done with a minimum of fuss.
Here are some of my favorites. My only requirement for a tip to land on this page is that it must make life easier.
These household tips are found on websites and blogs all over the web. Some of the inspiration for them comes from Pinterest. Some I get from searching Google and other search engines. And some are just tips I have been using my whole life.
The page is updated almost daily, so be sure to check back often. If you find best household tips that you like, just click on the link below the image to go to the website for instructions or more inspiration.
Grab a cup of coffee, relax and wander through my best household tips archives. Hopefully, one of these household tips will help to make your home run more smoothly.
If you want to cook corn for the a large group, here is a dead simple, ingenious method: Fill a large, clean cooler with loads of corn on the cob and pour two kettles-full of boiling water over the corn, then close the top. 30 minutes later, your corn will be perfectly cooked. Shared from It all started from Paint.
Another easy corn cooking tip removes the silk and shucks the corn at the same time. See my post for cooking corn in the microwave for a tutorial.
Use a walnut to cover up dings in furniture. Source: Apartment therapy.
Don’t have heavy cream called for in a recipe? Just substitute equal amounts of Evaporated Milk. Source: The Gardening Cook.
Remove a mildew smell from towels with vinegar. Wash load with 2 cups vinegar. Wash again as normal. Dry thoroughly! Now my towels smell clean and fresh. Source: Made from Pinterest Blogger
Hydrogen Peroxide is an excellent bleach alternative when you’re looking for something that’s much safer for your family and clothes. It’s non-toxic, but still very effective. Source: My Merry Messy Life
Combine rubbing alcohol with hydrogen peroxide, aloe and lemon essential oil to make your own DIY Disinfectant wipes with this tutorial.
Vanilla extract makes your room smell great. Shared from The Gardening Cook on Facebook
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