Here Are 15 Brilliant New Ways To Use Everyday Items In Your House. #8 Is A Lifesaver

There is nothing worse than a leftover product, just lying around uselessly. Instead of throwing this stuff away, how about making use of them in new, unique ways? With a little help from an intuitive mind, single-use products can solve a slew of different problems that we face every day.

1. A coat of nail polish can help keep screws or buttons in place. Glasses and button-ups are great to try this on.

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2. A makeup brush is great for dusting the crud away from your computer keyboard.

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3. Need to keep the door open? Rubber bands wrapped around the knobs will do the trick.

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4. Painting will be a clean chore for once if you wipe your bush on a rubber band.

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5. The holes of buttons can even be of use. 


6. Pipe cleaners will ensure that your delicate clothes don’t fall from their hangers.

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7. Attach tape to the end of a container, so leveling ingredients won't leave a nasty residue on your finger.

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8. Want to recycle plastic bags? All you have to do is turn your old tissue box into an instant dispenser.

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9. Fill up the flower pot's drainage holes with a coffee filter, and you'll never have to worry about soil leaking out the bottom.

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10. This is perfect for a trip to the beach. In order to keep valuables safe, use this clever suntan bottle decoy.

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11. A quick and easy funnel can be created using a two-liter bottle and a pair of scissors.

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12. An ordinary kitchen drawer organizer can keep toothbrushes and other bathroom items in order.

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13. Lollipops, cake pops, and any other kinds of "pops" can be displayed or left to cool in a colander.


14. A glasses case is a sleek alternative to a makeup bag.

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15. Ever realize that a Pringles can is the perfect height to seal in extra spaghetti? 


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