Here are some examples:
- Clean a keyboard – Run the sticky side between the keys to collect crumbs and bits of lint.
- Navigate the roads – Write directions on a note and stick it to the center of your steering wheel for quick reference.
Clear Nail Polish
- Keep an eyeglass screw in place – Tighten the screws of wobbly specs and top them with a dollop of polish.
- Secure buttons – Apply a thin layer of polish to the center of a button to keep the thread from coming loose.
- Avoid rust stains in the bathroom – Coat the bottom of a shaving-cream can to fend off rings on the sink or ledge of the tub.
- Seal an envelope – When a flap won’t stay stuck, find closure with clear polish.
- Extend the life of jewelry – Paint a thin coat onto a costume bauble to prevent it from losing its luster.
- Open jars with ease – When a small lid won’t budge, wrap a rubber band around it several times to get a better grip.
- Decorate Easter eggs – Arrange rubber bands in a pattern around hard-boiled eggs, then dip them into dye. Remove the bands when the eggs are dry.
- Wrap a gift – Use multiple colored rubber bands instead of ribbon to add modern flair to a small present. (Also handy when there’s no tape.)
- Find the end of the roll – After using tape, wrap the end around a toothpick to easily locate it the next time.
- Sew a better button – Place a toothpick between the button and fabric so it doesn’t go on too tightly and end up tough to fasten.
- Remove tea and coffee stains from cups – Sprinkle salt on a lemon peel, then rub it on a stained cup.
- Secure slinky garments – Stick felt onto each arm of a hanger to keep clothes from sliding off.
- Anchor a cutting board – Place a felt circle under each corner of the board so it stays put while slicing and dicing.
- Protect the walls – Position felt on each corner of a picture frame so the edges won’t mark the paintwork.
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