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You could buy special rubber bumpers for the tops of your ladders to protect your siding or walls, but why? A pair of old sneakers (who doesn't have some!) and a little duct tape will do the job just fine.

10 Creative Home Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

Old Sneakers as Ladder Bumpers - You could buy special rubber bumpers for the tops of your ladders to protect your siding or walls, but why?) and a little duct tape will do the job just fine.

You could buy special rubber bumpers for the tops of your ladders to protect your siding or walls, but why? A pair of old sneakers (who doesn't have some!) and a little duct tape will do the job just fine.

10 Creative Home Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

You could buy special rubber bumpers for the tops of your ladders to protect your siding or walls, but why?) and a little duct tape will do the job just fine.

Make a Squeegee From a Rake - Need a squeegee in a hurry? Take a piece of pipe…

10 Creative Home Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

Need a squeegee in a hurry? Take a piece of pipe insulation and use a couple cable ties to fasten it to the back of a garden rake.

Garage LED Shop Light Fixture – Replaces Fluorescent | Garage Lights

Led Shop Light Bulbs - Halogen bulbs are really a kind of incandescent light that give a light that is strong off having co

If you need to run wiring under an existing walkway, try this trick: Dig a small trench on bothsides. Next, flatten the end of a piece of rigid metal conduit and use a sledgehammer to drivethe conduit, flattened end first, horizontally under the walkway. Then cut off the ends of theconduit with a hacksaw, file off the sharp edges and feed your wire through the conduit. A 10-ft.stick of rigid steel conduit (the thick, heavy-duty stuff) is inexpensive and available at home centers.

DIY Outdoor Lighting Tips for Beginners

Run Wire Under Walkways - If you need to run wiring under an existing walkway, try this trick: Dig a small trench on both sides. Next, flatten the…

No-Latch (or Hands-Free) Door Trick

No-Latch (or Hands-Free) Door Trick

A step-by-step tutorial for how I fixed my broken hammer, and how you could too. Method uses basic technology and no high tech pieces of equipment.

A step-by-step tutorial for how I fixed my broken hammer, and how you could too. Method uses basic technology and no high tech pieces of equipment.

Protect Fragile Stuff - Got a fragile vase to ship? Encase it in foam to keep it…

17 Ways to Master Expanding Foam Insulation

Protect Fragile Items by using expanding foam. If you need to send something fragile.spray expanding foam in a box, cover with plastic wrap, insert item, cover with more plastic wrap and spray again with the foam.

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Chrome extension to summarize article and other life hacks. Throw a few Silica packets (those squares in a shoe box) in your toolbox/silverware drawer, your tools/silverware won't rust again.

Slip a rubber band over the 'ears' of your packing tape dispenser as shown to keep the end of the tape from falling through the slot and then back onto the roll. The tape won't stick to the rubber, so you'll always be ready to roll.

100 Uncommon Uses for Common Household Items

Slip a rubber band over the 'ears' of your packing tape dispenser as shown to keep the end of the tape from falling through the slot and then back onto the roll. The tape won't stick to the rubber, so you'll always be ready to roll.

Don't throw out your old work gloves. Cut the fingers off and you'll find lots of uses for them. Use them to protect the tips of chisels when you need to carry them. They're also good for softening the grip of pliers and many other applications.

10 Creative Home Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

10 Creative Home Hacks to Improve Your Life

Nails can be a pain to remove, especially trim nails with small heads and any nail when the head breaks off. The trick is to use two tools together: locking pliers to grab the nail shank, and a pry bar to do the pulling.

10 Creative Home Hacks That Will Improve Your Life

Double Up on Stubborn Nails - Nails can be a pain to remove, especially trim nails with small heads and any nail when the head breaks off. The trick is to use two tools together: locking pliers to grab the nail shank, and a pry bar to do the pulling.

Save those wide rubber bands that are wrapped around broccoli and other veggies and stretch them over your electric or cordless drill. Use them for onboard storage of smaller drill and driver bits and screws.

100 Uncommon Uses for Common Household Items

Save those wide rubber bands that are wrapped around broccoli and other veggies and stretch them over your electric or cordless drill. Use them for onboard storage of smaller drill and driver bits and screws.

Pull-Tab Picture Frame Hook    If you’re hanging pictures and run out of those sawtooth hangers, just grab the nearest pop can. Bend the pull tab back and forth until it breaks off. Then screw it to your picture frame. Bend the free end out slightly and hang the picture.

80 Old Items Fantastically Fit for Repurposing

If you’re hanging pictures and run out of those sawtooth hangers, just grab the nearest pop can. - Provided by The Family Handyman

Amazing way to take incredible pictures ~ Mind Blowing Things....doing this. getting my hands on the next laser pointer i find

Amazing way to take incredible macro pictures with your cell phone camera~ Mind Blowing Things

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Got pen on my paper, tried rubbing alcohol and it made my paper ruined.

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