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11 Hacks Everyone Who Wears Clothes Should Know

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1. Attach shower curtain rings to a hanger to save space in your wardrobe.

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Instead of hanging all your vest tops on different hangers, attach shower rings to one hanger and have them all in one place.

2. Use an elastic band to stop your zip from opening.

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Bloody genius. Check out how to do it here.

3. Stop your shorts from riding up by sewing on stiffened material.

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So this trick requires a little sewing work, but it is really worth trying.

4. You can unshrink a cotton jumper by soaking it in warm water and hair conditioner for a few minutes.

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This is actually genius. Soaking the jumper for about 10 minutes will relax the clothing's fibers and unshrink it. This works with T-shirts and jeans too.

5. Stretch your shoes with thick socks and a hairdryer.

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If your shoes are too tight or giving you blisters, try wearing a pair of thick socks with them and then heating the tight spots with a blowdryer. Emma tried it and it really works.

6. Use a permanent marker to cover bleach stains.

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Because bleach stains are the actual worst. I can't talk for all colours but this trick is great on black clothes.

7. Shaving cream works wonders when it comes to removing makeup from your collar, especially foundation stains.

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This little trick is great for those times when you get foundation your dress while getting ready. It's also great for foundation stains that have sunk in because shaving cream has cleaning agents that break through the stain before you wash it.

8. Put baby powder on oil stains and let it soak up the oil overnight.

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The oil will work as a sponge to absorb the oil and clean your clothes.

9. Use nail polish remover to get rid of scuffs on patent shoes. / Via

Because shoe scuffing is so freaking annoying. This trick will get rid of them and leave your shoes all clean and shiny. Find out how to do it here.

10. Use a nail file to buff away tough dirt from suede shoes.

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Clean off mud or any tough stains with nail file. Allow the dirt to dry and buff away.

11. Taping your third and fourth toes together makes high heels more comfortable.


Taping your “ring” and middle toes together (supposedly) redistributes the weight and pressure points on your feet.Chelsea tried it and it actually worked.