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VIDEO: Quick And Simple Life Hacks – Part 1

VIDEO: Quick And Simple Life Hacks - Part 1

Life Hacks are clever tips to help you with all sorts of everyday tasks. This two-minute video from HouseholdHacker shows ten very diverse and simple hacks to solve some of your most common household problems.

We all have these sorts of issues at home and they can really be frustrating – there’s no need to put up with them any more! Life Hacking isn’t a new idea – for example here are some 100-year-old Life Hacks that are still useful to know:

So many things can be fixed up with products that you already have at home, without you having to buy specialised (usually expensive) gadgets or chemicals that do the same job. Here we see some novel uses for Coke, vinegar and olive oil to name a few.

One of the best tips here is first up in the video; a screw that has a damaged head can leave a project floundering but who would have thought of using an elastic band to solve it? This works because the elastic is compressed and becomes hard inside the screw head and then grips over the whole surface area inside the head, giving you a much better chance of removing it. Another similar tip: if you come across a screw that has been painted or is stuck, tighten it a little first to break the paint and unstick it – this will prevent using too much force and damaging the part of the head that you will need to unscrew it.

There was one that I did not think was good: I tried storing my garbage bags in the bottom of the trash but don’t recommend it – if a bag of trash gets punctured (very common of course), your new bags could get messed up. If you don’t have a microwave for sterilising your dish pad as this video suggests, pouring boiling water through it is a good alternative – the idea is to kill off bacteria that are the cause of the smell. Either way is better than using harmful chemicals.

It’s easy to make your own database for Life Hacks on your computer – trawl around and pick up all the ones you might use – and don’t forget to add and share your own! Here’s another link to start your search for more:

It’s well worth taking some time to pick up Life Hacks – they can save you time and money too!

Ok, here’s the video:

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An amazing discovery in an abandoned house in Austin, Texas: A lost book of amazing survival knowledge, believed to have been long vanished to history, has been found in a dusty drawer in the house which belonged to a guy named Claude Davis.

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We've lost to history so much survival knowledge that we've become clueless compared to what our great grandfathers did or built on a daily basis to sustain their families.

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What REALLY Happens When You Bury a Shipping Container? (Hint: It's A Bit Crazy...)

Shipping containers are all the rage - but if you are thinking about buying one, you MUST watch this video first:

shipping container video

There's a general belief that if you bury a shipping container you can create an awesome root cellar / storm shelter / survival bunker.

But is a shipping container strong enough to handle the pressure?

Watch the video to see what happens:

What Really Happens When You Bury a Shipping Container? (Click To Watch Video)


  • By Bernard, November 17, 2013 @ 12:48 pm

    Fresh blood on clothes – use hydrogen peroxide, vanishes before your eyes.

    Chewing gum in hair – a spoon of peanut butter rubbed into it and it rubs right out.

  • By Chris, November 19, 2013 @ 9:41 am

    Get rid of dandruff

    Mix 50% Olive oil with 50% Eucalyptus oil.
    Rub into scalp. Let it stay there for a while.
    Wash hair with a good shampoo and hot water.

  • By kim, November 19, 2013 @ 5:12 pm

    broke a light bulb while taking it out of the socket. Take a potato and place into the broken shards of bulb. Twist the potato and the bulb comes out without cutting yourself.

  • By karen, November 19, 2013 @ 11:27 pm

    put your jewelery in a dish (gold diamonds, etc) and add 1 teaspoon of baking soda and 1/4 cup of vinegar and the fizz will clean them right up. rinse with water. 🙂

  • By susi, November 22, 2013 @ 12:49 pm

    dryer sheets are toxic-the cdc investigated groups of kids being hospitalized with a strange respiratory ailment-turned out they were playing near dryer vents when dryer sheets were used. toxic sheets-not something you want in your pocket.

  • By tamara, November 22, 2013 @ 7:21 pm

    Why does it not show what products are being used, could not tell what was used for the unclogging, or in the toilet for the mold remover.

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