People Are Sharing Simple But Useful Life Hacks, And Some Are Seriously Brilliant
I'll never again eat cereal any other way.
1. "For the most reliable information on Amazon products, read the three- and four-star reviews."
2. When moving, number your boxes. Unpack the highest numbers first, which should contain the things you use most often."
3. "If you buy natural peanut butter, turn it upside down for a few hours."
4. The easiest way to remove blood stains from clothing is to use bar soap and hand wash it."
"It works better than using laundry detergent." —u/RieMarxelinne
5. "When you are cooking anything in the oven, add garlic cloves with the hard skin, but remove as much of the paper skin as possible."
6. "If you need to open a glass jar like jam or pickles and the lid won't move, place a spoon with the tip under the edge of the lid and pull the spoon upwards."
"The lid will budge, and you can open the jar easily." —u/deleted
7. "If you have trouble choosing, flip a coin."
8. "Put a piece of kitchen towel in packaged salad mix. It will absorb moisture and prolong its shelf life."
9. "Crack an egg on a flat surface instead of on an edge. You're much less likely to get shells in your eggs."
10. "Reheat cold pizza in a frying pan with a tiny bit of oil and a sheet of aluminum foil over the top."
11. "Say it out loud when you turn off the stove burners, unplug the hair straightener, etc...."
"It helps to eliminate those moments where you leave the house and suddenly panic, thinking, 'Did I leave that on?'" —u/PlasticRuester