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    16 Beach Hacks That Will Save Your Summer

    Sun's out, fun's out!

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    1. Put your iPhone in a sandwich bag to protect it. The touchscreen will still work!

    2. Use a fitted sheet on the beach to keep sand out.

    3. Or purchase some towel anchors to make sure your towel doesn't blow around.

    4. Invest in a waterproof blanket for lounging.

    5. Create your own beach towel purse. It's perfect for transporting and use.

    6. Clean out a lotion bottle to use as a safe spot for your money, keys, etc.!

    7. Or you can put your valuables inside a rolled up diaper. People will assume it's dirty and won't go near it...for obvious reasons.

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    8. Use baby powder to remove sand from skin quickly and easily. Baby powder removes moisture from your skin allowing the sand to basically fall off your hair, feet, legs, etc.

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    9. If there's water in your ears, blowing into a deflated balloon can help clear it out.

    10. Turn your steering wheel before you get out of the car to prevent burning the F*CK out of your hands when you get back later.


    11. Use Elmer's Glue to get a swanky sun tattoo.

    12. If you get some sun and are looking for quick relief, make aloe vera ice cubes! Perfect for a quick fix to painful sunburn.

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    13. Use Scotch Guard on your beach umbrella and beach chairs to ensure they last longer.

    14. Hack your e-reader to have solar charging abilities.

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    15. If you are having trouble finding parking near the beach, you could save one of your old parking tickets and use it on your windshield to avoid getting a new one.

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    16. And if you're looking for a new summer 'do, just squeeze some lemon juice on your hair for natural highlights. Lemon juice + the sun = natural highlights!

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