6 Smart Hacks & Tips That Will Make Your Life Easier

6 Smart Hacks & Tips That Will Make Your Life Easier | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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You should definitely learn these tips and hacks by Blossom on YouTube because you’ll never know when you will need them. I found a couple of tips that are truly interesting and have been using them since then, a lot of them work as the video implies and have made things a lot easier than without using them. Check out these tips and hacks now to see which ones you like best!



  • Glue stick
  • Paper roll
  • Chopstick
  • Plastic bottle caps
  • Screw
  • Fork
  • Towel
  • Scissors
  • Scrap fabric
  • Needle and thread


How to remove snapped half of the key in a padlock

If you accidentally snapped a key in half but it was left stuck inside the padlock, then all you have to do is to grab a glue stick and melt it with fire before sticking it flatly onto the cut end of the key. Leave the adhered for a while until it has cooled down and hardened, then pull it out, and just like that you’ll be able to remove the stuck half of the key.

How to vacuum small and awkward spaces

Grab an empty tissue paper roll, then insert it at the end of your vacuum, and bend or fold the other end of the roll to your liking to make it fit the small spaces in your window and more.


How to transfer liquid to another container without spilling

If you want to pour and transfer a liquid to a bottle, then insert a chopstick halfway through the bottle, and pour the liquid letting it trickle down through the stick to prevent it from spilling.

Easy Food Tips and Hacks
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Dual separating trashcan

Glue a bottle cap on each side of your trash can, then insert two plastics, and hang the handles on each cap as shown in the video.

How to remove wine cork without a corkscrew

Insert a screw in the middle of the wine cork, then grab a fork, and let the head of the screw go through the fork slot. Now, hold the handle of the fork and pull it up until you’ve removed the wine cork completely.

DIY bib using a towel

Fold a towel in half, then cut a half-circle shape at the center, and then sew a scrap fabric around the seams. You can now let your baby wear it as a bib.

Genius Kitchen Tips and Hacks
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6 Smart Hacks & Tips That Will Make Your Life Easier

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