Eight Smart Ways You Can Reuse Cardboard5m21s

Eight Smart Ways You Can Reuse Cardboard

Next time a package arrives don’t just tear-open the box and pile the pieces into your recycling bin. Instead, take that cardboard and create a paper masterpiece. Today we will show you some awesome ways how to reuse cardboard and make your life easier! Here are eight smart ways to make your leftover cardboard work for you! From organizing your drawers to safely moving furniture around, we have put together our favorite cardboard life hacks. Enjoy and put them into practice! If you have got some light moving boxes without handles this little trick will make carrying them a lot easier. Use a box cutter to carve out rectangular handles on both sides. Leaving the top side of each handle uncut, so you can fold them up. This will provide soft handlers for your hands and prevent paper cuts from the cardboard. Pretty neat, huh? If your drawer is an absolute mess you can use some organization tips from our book. Use cardboard to create square dividers and tidy things up. We are using socks here, but this trick works for anything. Start by getting the dimensions of the drawer and mark the divider pieces based on your measurements. Voila! You have your own drawer divider to help you organize that cluttered mess that lurks in your dresser! Use an old cardboard box to create a nice house for your feline friend. Start by tucking in the cardboard lids or just cut them off entirely. Dig up an old T-shirt and pull it over the box so the neck hole winds up with the box’s opening. Next, tuck the sleeves up against the box to make the sides look neater. You can always use an extra shirt or towel for an extra bedding in order to make the inside more comfortable for your four-legged friend. The final thing you need to do is to entice the pet into its new cozy cat cave! Check out the other neat ideas for second use of cardboard! SUBSCRIBE HERE → Facebook: Twitter: Business Inquiries or Media Requests: #HouseholdHacker

Here Are 8 Sneaky Hiding Spots In Your Home4m57s

Here Are 8 Sneaky Hiding Spots In Your Home

If you have an overly grabby sibling, raise your hand. Okay, we’ll pretend we saw who has one and we’ll give you the specifics of how you can hide your stash of candy and chocolate so that they can never find them. You are absolutely welcome! There are a lot of household items that can serve as containers for hiding purposes with just a bit of imagination. Wouldn’t it be fun to watch them go by them all day long and not even know what is hiding inside? The Household Hacker is here to boost your imagination. Do you know that Sharpie casings are the easiest way to hide your money? They are also the perfect size for it. All you need to do is to take apart your Sharpie pen, wrap the banknote around the filling and reassemble everything. You don’t even have to worry about staining because there is a protective foil around the ink. Another cool way of storing your valuables is definitely in plain sight. You just need to grab an old cd or cassette casing and put your stash inside. There are a lot of instances when people have found these hidden treasures after many years. Just imagine the stories that can come out of this one. You just might make some kid’s day ten or twenty years from now. How awesome would that be?! SUBSCRIBE → Everything can be a hiding spot with a little imagination and we have quite a few tricks up our sleeve that we don’t mind sharing. Today, we’ll show you 8 clever places to stash to your cash, prized possessions or even your important data. Business Inquiries or Media Requests: #HouseholdHacker

These 6 Cooking Tips Are Always Good To Have On Hand5m53s

These 6 Cooking Tips Are Always Good To Have On Hand

When it comes to tips in the kitchen, there can never be enough. The ones we have for you today might be little in number, but they are all oh-so-very interesting! Looking for an eggcellent idea for breakfast? The HOuseholdHacker refers to his fascination with Gordon Ramsay, a celebrity chef whose restaurants have been granted 16 MIchelin starts to date, by presenting with one of the simplest tips when it comes to cooking scrambled eggs. If you wish to keep indulging on your favorite breakfast food but wanna preserve your waist line, skip the milk or cream and start with a knob of butter in your frying pan. Pour your lightly scrambled eggs in the pan and stir with your spatula as they cook, lifting the pan off the heat every 10 seconds. Anyone for some velvety goodness? Making caramel at home has always been the idea of a messy business, but with this tips it is as simple as one-two-three. All you need is a can of sweetened condensed milk! Place your can on its side into a pan and cover it with water. Simmer for 2.5-3 hours. The cans should be completely covered with water at all times, so top it off as needed. Allow the cans to cool completely before opening them to reveal their delicious goodness. This next one is a two-in-one special on the matter of hard boiled eggs, or in this case, hard baked! If you need to cook a large batch and can’t fit them all in your dish, just place them on the rack in your oven. Turn the oven on 325 and cook for 30 minutes. After this, place them in ice water to prevent further cooking and ease the next step - peeling! Place each egg one by one in a dish with a bit of water in it and cover it with something sturdy. Give it a few shakes. The egg will literally slide off. Just don’t get too passionate with the shaking. Don’t have a pastry brush and you really need one? Now this is really simple - substitute it with a lettuce or kale leaf. They will work just as good and no one will be the wiser. Does your recipe call for super ripe bananas, but all you’ve got are the bright yellow ones? Place your bananas on a baking sheet lined with foil against any leakage and put them in a preheated oven at 300 degrees for 20-30 minutes, or until they turn black. Then just slice them open and carefully pour out their insides. Perfect for banana bread! We hope you enjoyed these six very simple must-know cooking tips & tricks, courtesy of Maytag. Check out to learn more about Maytag appliances like the one featured in this video! #ad If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE:

Ten Powerful Uses For Paper Clips That Might Come In Handy5m04s

Ten Powerful Uses For Paper Clips That Might Come In Handy

Paper clips have been in the office and our homes for more than a century, but these little metal binders of joy can do much more than just hold paper together. Today, we’ll show you some awesome ways to solve common problems using paper clips. Are you being watched, well who knows? But it is possible for web cameras to become compromised. Protect yourself with a simple paperclip. Start by folding it and bend one half to form a mini chair and wrap a piece of electrical tape over the front legs of a chair and you are good to go! Place the curled up paperclip over your web camera for a quick privacy cover that can be added and removed whenever you want. Valentine’s Day is around the corner and love is in the air, create a fashionable bookmark that shows that you care. Make heart-shaped bookmarks in seconds, follow the video tutorial to see how it is done and surprise your loved one with this simple gesture. Next time you need a safety pin but don’t have one, use paperclip to make home-fashioned safety pin by yourself with this simple tutorial. Start by strengthening one end of the paperclip, leaving just the smaller bend in place. Lay the clip flat and use some pliers to make a 45 upward bend to create a clad. Next, squeeze the bend downward to meet the clad. Grasp the clip from the center and wrap the metal around the pliers twice to form a spring. The long straight end becomes your needle that you will tuck under the clad. If you have a broken zipper, you can use paperclip to have a temporary pull tab so that your zipper can still function. This is a short and sweet fix to many problems. You can use this on any kinds of zippers! If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE: Business Inquiries or Media Requests: #HouseholdHacker

You Will Use Up Every Last Bit Of Your Zip Lock Bags With These Tips3m55s

You Will Use Up Every Last Bit Of Your Zip Lock Bags With These Tips

Ever since they were invented in 1968 by The Dow Chemical Company, the brand of reusable, resealable zipper storage bags has changed our lives for good. We use them for freezing, we used them for snacks; heck, we even used them for storage! But in the last half a century thousands of hacks revolving around the Ziplock bags have surfaced. But today, the Household Hacker is here to show you eight alternative ways to put those zipper bags to work. If you need to ship some large, fragile items, but can’t find any bubble wrap, the solution is as easy as blowing up a few Ziplock bags and placing them around the object. Just close the bag almost all the way, leaving some space to insert a straw through which you will blow it up. Carefully seal it to prevent leakage and repeat with as many baggies as you need. Need to vacuum-seal something, but don’t have the machine? Just full up your sink or a deep container with water and put the food you want vacuumed into a Ziplock bag. Again, close most of the zipper, leaving about an inch open. Submerge the baggie in the water up to the zipper, careful not to let water in. The pressure from the water will force air out of the bag - instant vacuum! Ziplock bags can help you reduce the time you need to clean off ice and snow off the side mirrors on your car. When you hear of a snowstorm heading your way, just slip a couple of ziplock baggies on those mirrors and next time you go to your car, they will be clean and dry. You can improvise a funnel by cutting one corner of a bag and use it to transfer any liquid or dry substance into a container with a narrow mouth. You can tape it to one side to make sure it doesn’t slip and spoil everywhere. Ziplock bags also make excellent ice packs. Just soak a sponge in water and put it in a bag without wringing it dry. Add some rubbing alcohol to the sponge to make it freeze to a gel-like consistency and seal it up. It might come especially handy if you are trying out those terrible life hacks. The list goes on, so make sure to keep watching for the rest of it. Really clever! SUBSCRIBE HERE → Ziploc or Zipper Bags have been around for 50 years and there are tons of different things you can use them for that you may have never thought of. Check these simple tricks out and post your own. For Business Inquiries or Media Requests: #HouseholdHacker

How To Get Stains Off Virtually Anything5m33s

How To Get Stains Off Virtually Anything

Struggling with home stains? You find them difficult to get rid of? Watch this video about simple stain removal tricks. If the surface of your pots and pans is unrecognizably black, there is a way of making it as clean as new. Apply a thick layer oven cleaner inside the pan and cover it entirely. Depending on the stains, let it leave from 30 min. to 2 hours. Then use a steel wool or copper scouring pads, add some dish soap and voila, your pans will shine again. Do you have yellow pillows that makes you sick? Don’t worry. Here’s a solution: pour 1/3 of a cup of vinegar into a measuring container, then add 2 tablespoons of powder laundry detergent, 2 tablespoons of powdered dish washer detergent and finish off with adding 1/3 of a cup of liquid laundry detergent (the last two are optional but helpful). Mix them nicely together and then load the washing machine with one or two pillows, no more than that. When it’s done, you will surprise how spotless they look. An ancient grease on your garage floor? Household hackers do wonders for you. Spray an oven cleaner, make a nice e coat of foam, leave it for 20 minutes, scrub it off with a brush and water and there you go. How about carpet spills? We have a trick for that as well. Add a cup of warm water, half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide, 2 tablespoons of dish soap, mix it all together and apply on the carpet spill, use a rough sponge and the stain will be no more. For stains on a chopping board all you need is kosher salt and a lemon, sprinkle the salt then squeeze the lemon, and rub with the lemon, rinse the board under warm water and you are good to go. Removing candle wax off a carpet demands patience. First scrap off the larger chunks , then take a paper bag or a newspaper and with the iron set to high hit, start moving over the paper using pressure. The wax absorbs into the paper and your carpet will be clean again. Business Inquiries or Media Requests: #HouseholdHacker

How To Make Pasta from Strawberries2m47s

How To Make Pasta from Strawberries

How to Make Pasta from Strawberries! This delicious dessert can be whipped together pretty quick and it is sure to impress anyone you serve it to (even yourself). SUBSCRIBE HERE → Recipe: ¾ Cup Of Fruit (Any Fruit Will Work) ⅓ Cup Of Water 1 TBSP Sugar (Optional but Delicious) 3 TBSP Agar-Agar Flakes (Found in Asian Foods Aisle) 1. Blend it all up until it is liquified and there are no lumps in the mixture. 2. Pour mixture into a pan and cook on medium heat. 3. Remove from heat when mixture begins to boil. 4. Add to a container and fill up a food syringe with the cooked mixture. 5. Eject the mix into vinyl tubing and place into cold water for 5 minutes. 6. Fill food syringe with air and push out the noodles from the tubing. 7. Add cream or extra fruit on the side and enjoy your delicious pasta dessert! For Business Inquiries or Media Requests: #HouseholdHacker

6 As Seen On TV Kitchen Tools - Tested & Remade at Home10m59s

6 As Seen On TV Kitchen Tools - Tested & Remade at Home

“As Seen On TV” products can be awesome or terrible. We put 6 TV Kitchen Products to the test and then made our own DIY versions for you to try out yourself! (Links below) PRODUCTS TESTED: • Bacon Boss • Pineapple De-corer • Potato Express http://amz

Simple Microwave Recipes For Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner In A Mug 5m34s

Simple Microwave Recipes For Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner In A Mug

Can we have a meal in a mug? Sure! Microwave mug meals are an easy way to have a healthy and quick food in such a short time. These mug meals take only few minutes to be prepared and cooked in the microwave. Plus all you have to wash is your dirty mug! Microwave mug meals are for everyone who likes to save some time in cooking. From breakfast to dinner, these mug meals will have you covered all day long! How to make breakfast, lunch, and dinner… in a mug. We will show you how to make Mug Quinoa, Mug Potato Soup and even Mug Meatloaf! Get your microwave ready and let's make some quick and delicious "Meals In A Mug". These are great for your college dorm room or even in the office break room. We all know that Quinoa takes time to cook, but this breakfast mug Quinoa will change your life. All you need is: 1 part Quinoa 2 parts water (or replace half the water with coconut milk) Sliced up banana Maple syrup A pinch of cinnamon Add the Quinoa in a mesh strainer and run it under cold water in a minute. Rinse the Quinoa and place it into a large microwave safe mug. Add the water and coconut milk (optional) to the mug and then add cinnamon. You can add butter if you like. Cover your concoction and place it into the microwave. Make sure it is set to high power and put 4 minutes on the clock. Cook it for another 3 minutes if you like it nice and soft. Remove the mug from the microwave and let it sit for 2 minutes with the cover on. After that just gently mix the Quinoa with a fork. Then top it all off with some milk, banana slices, Maple syrup and cinnamon. This meal is good as it looks and it’s also packed with protein and it’s gluten free too. It will keep you full until lunch. Make sure to check out the awesome lunch and dinner recipes too. If you like this video, please comment below and share it.

Here's How To Turn Your Phones Into WiFi Security Cameras6m55s

Here's How To Turn Your Phones Into WiFi Security Cameras

Technology has always had our back. From the invention of the mobile phone to the invention of the iPhone, we always knew we could count on these devices to make our days easier and more fun. But with the increasingly faster progress of technology also means that each year a new, better cell phone comes out, coercing us to purchase it, building up a stash of old phones laying around in our home. They seem to hold some kind of intrinsic value and we can’t seem to force ourselves to sell them off. The Household Hacker is here to show you how you can put these old devices to work to secure your home. There are several apps that you can use for this purpose, but our trusty hacker will stick the Presence and Alfred. Both apps function the same, in the sense that any device you have can be used as a camera or a viewer. You can also use your computer to tap into the camera feed, so you have plenty of options. There are plenty of ways to make a phone stand, but for this purpose, HH used mini clamps what did the job. Make sure they have soft spots so that they don’t damage the phone and that they are not too strong either. Set up your main phone as a viewer and don’t forget to plug the camera in, so that the stream doesn’t break off when the battery dies. Also, both apps have motion detection, but you have to turn it on first. You can set up how often should the app send you push notifications so that you can stay up to date with stuff happening at home. SUBSCRIBE HERE: -Android- Alfred: Presence: -iPhone- Alfred: https://goo.

These Are The Twenty Ultimate Survival Tips That Everyone Should Know9m33s

These Are The Twenty Ultimate Survival Tips That Everyone Should Know

Surviving the apocalypse could be quite tricky, but with these 20 survival life hacks you have nothing to worry about. The HouseholdHacker presents some neat tips that will come in handy! If your car breaks down or if your battery dies use your improvisational skills to charge your phone with a usb car charger. All you need is a battery and a key. Car chargers have a voltage regulator that will keep that 9 volt battery down to 5 volts, same as a 12 volt car battery. Be proactive. Toss a few 9 volt batteries in your glove compartment because you never know when you are going to need them to charge your phone for an emergency call. Sometimes we misplace our phone or forget our wallet, but rarely we do both at the same time. Stash some cash in your phone’s case for emergency situations. Should you find yourself lost in the woods and everything looks the same, and you need to find the right direction, use a tiny metal such as a needle. Rub it against your clothes, place it on a leaf and let it float its way to the right direction! The needle will act as a compass and point you to North. Great tip! If you ever find yourself without a clean water source you make sure you have a clean piece of cloth and two containers. Next, put the dirty water in one container and run the water from that container to the empty clean container. After a short time, you will have clean water but for drinking you still have to boil the water in order to sterilize it from bacteria. Have you ever found yourself in a bizarre situation when you don’t have a stove or a microwave to help you cook dinner this next tip will come in handy! Flip your iron over and set it at high temperature and use it as a hot plate. There are times when you need to be inventive and if you are in a hotel room without a kitchen, you now have options for a home-cooked meal! Download the free game now and get Negan for free! This special offer is only available until December 30th. Click here: Sponsored by The Walking Dead: No Man's Land. -=Our Playlists=- Quick & Simple Life Hacks: Cool Science Tricks:

You Can Still Use These 100-Year-Old Kitchen Hacks Today6m40s

You Can Still Use These 100-Year-Old Kitchen Hacks Today

These Life Hacks are over 100 years old but still work great today! So, if you ever find yourself rummaging through the garage or basement, be sure to check for any hidden treasures. The Household Hacker has selected his favorite kitchen hacks from a collection of a century-old printed cards with all sorts of hacks to make life easier. Let’s go thought them all: Ever found yourself with a couple of cracked eggs that you really like to boil? Stop their insides from spilling into the boiling water by adding a good dose of white wine vinegar. Boil and cool as usual and they won’t taste like pickled. Do you have a priceless heirloom vase that you keep safely tucked away from fear of knocking it over? Find nice looking gravel or sand from the hardware store and fill the vase a few inches. It will actually make it even more decorative! However, if you do drop a glass vessel and it shatters into a million pieces, carefully pick up the large chunks of broken glass, then use a wet towel to pick up the crumbs. You will have to discard that rag altogether, but at least the cleanup is faster! Ever had a couple of glasses completely stuck together? If you tug on the they might eventually break! The cars suggest you will the glass on top with cold water and place the bottom one in hot water. Cold will make the top one shrink and heat will make the lower one expand just enough for them to come away. Simple physics. One hack that keeps sneaking through in these videos is something that can always come in handy, and that is how to cool down a bottle of beverage without ice of a cooler. Just wrap the bottle tight with a towel, put it into a bowl under the tap and run cold water over it. That is it! If you need to clean a glass bottle and you don’t have a bottle cleaning brush, all you need to do is put some rice, water and a few drops of dish soap into your dirty vessel and swish everything inside, up and down. Then dump the insides into a strainer, rinse the bottle and it is as good as new. Be sure to subscribe to Household Hacker’s channel for a myriad of useful tips and tricks that will make living a breeze! Be sure to click the link below to explore Maytag appliances and check out some awesome savings this November! -=Our Playlists=- Quick & Simple Life Hacks: https://g

10 Ways To Save Money by Avoiding the Dollar Store!7m13s

10 Ways To Save Money by Avoiding the Dollar Store!

Today we’ll identify ten things you should avoid buying from dollar stores. Get the Anker Powercore II 20000 here: Use code HHPOWER2 at checkout for 15% off!!! Thanks to Anker Technology for sponsoring this video! If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE:

Buying These 10 Things At The Dollar Store Saves Money6m21s

Buying These 10 Things At The Dollar Store Saves Money

People frown upon the idea of buying something for just $1, when other stores sell them for far greater prizes, but have you stopped to think which products are actually worth buying here? No need to fry brain cells, watch this clip instead! The holidays are coming and that means a lot of greeting cards! Why splurge of a piece of fancily printed cardboard paper, when you can get the same Forget Me Not card for a buck or less. Christmas, Halloween, Birthdays, they’ve got them all! Why spend so much money on Advil, when you can get store brand Ibuprofen to kill that headache. It only costs a buck for a lot more dosages; just make sure to check the expiration date. Same goes for the bandages, and their pack holds 2 to 4 times the amount bandages inside! You can purchase cosmetics and lipbalm at the dollar store too! You can even find popular brands, like Blistex, Chapstick and Carmex, all which cost far more elsewhere. Did we tickle your saving spirit? Save your cash! Get the essentials at the dollar store instead! Start earning extra money and gift cards by clicking here: Huge thanks to Swagbucks for sponsoring! If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE:

As Seen On TV Products Tested And Recreated At Home10m04s

As Seen On TV Products Tested And Recreated At Home

Today, we’ll take a look at “As Seen On TV" products and attempt to create our own. So, whether you’re looking to cook eggs on the go, unclog that nasty drain, repel those pesky rodents, or remove that stripped screw, the Household Hacker has the solution for you. Love some scrambled eggs in the morning, but can’t be bothered with all the cooking? You can get the Egg-Tastic, a ceramic microwave egg cooker. But can you skip the phone call and DIY it at home? Just find a big enough ceramic mug and something to cover it with with ventilation holes on it. The end result is the same! If your home is infested with pests and rodents, there is a peppermint-based spray that is safe to use around pets and children, that advertises it will repel mice, coons, roaches and ants! But the peppermint scent dissipates after a few days and if you are not consistent with its application, those pesky pests are very likely to come knocking again. The solution is to create your our concoction by using peppermint essential oil, a cup of water and some dish soap. It is far cheaper than the advertised product and you can make more for less. You’ve probably come across the Drain Wig, which is supposed to sit in the drain of your tub and catch any rogue hairs that fall down. You can pay $20 for 4 Wigs or you can just improvise them using couple of zip ties for practically nothing! They work either way. Check out the rest of the video to find out how you can save more money! The Household Hacker does it, so you won’t have to!

These Are 10 Terrible Life Hacks You Should Never Try At Home3m42s

These Are 10 Terrible Life Hacks You Should Never Try At Home

The Household Hacker is a genius when it comes to gathering and discovering hacks and tricks that will alter your life forever - maybe even make you some extra free time. A lot of people on the world wide web want to be like him, so they try and create some tips and hacks of their own that in turn create more dismay that comfort. The Household Hacker wouldn’t be what he is if he didn’t gather them all in one video to show us just how terrible those ideas are. They do get the credit though, just not in the comfort of your own kitchen...or elsewhere! Some of these tips truly are idiotic, but others seems legit enough...until you use them! Like the tip about overusing toilet paper: tie a zip tie down the middle, so that you split the pieces in half, doubling the amount? No, thanks! How about cooling your house down during the last days of summer by popping the freezer door open and mounting a box fan out front. What can possibly go wrong there? No space in your fridge for that 12-pack of soda? Someone said you can empty the cans of soda into an empty plastic bottle, because one large soda bottle takes up far less space than 12 cans...Come again? And if you get dirty everywhere you go, just squirt some liquid soap into the pockets of your pants and you can rub your hands with the soapy fabric anytime. Just brilliant, isn’t it? SUBSCRIBE HERE:

Check Out These 8 Expert Cleaning Tricks Using Household Items3m44s

Check Out These 8 Expert Cleaning Tricks Using Household Items

We don’t know what we would have done if it weren’t for the brilliant Household Hacker and his endless pursuit of tips and hacks to make his, and everyone else’s, life easier and create much needed peace and serenity. Did you know that you can clean around your home without ever having to buy those expensive, stinky chemicals that may do more harm than good? You probably have most of these items in your pantry or bathroom and you can use them in a variety of situations. Like, did you know that you can clean your windows with carbonated water? It is cheaper and far less damaging to your self and others and it actually does a pretty good job when you wipe it off with a soft cloth, or even better, with some newspaper. Here’s something that is definitely a pain to clean, those wooden window blinds that everyone hates cleaning. You just need an old glove and some fabric softener. Put the glove on and dip your index and middle finger in the softener, then just wipe away. Your room will smell like heaven and the dust from the blinds won’t fly everywhere! This one’s a no brainer - put a cup of baking soda with a few drops of essential oil mixed in into a mesh strainer and sprinkle it over your mattress to remove odors and keep it smelling fresh. Just brilliant! Be sure to also check out this other compilation of cleaning hacks that you just have to try! Visit us on Facebook: Twitter:

These 60-Year-Old Life Hacks Are Still Relevant Today10m03s

These 60-Year-Old Life Hacks Are Still Relevant Today

Many of us can relate to this video. Do you remember the first time you hit treasure when you were sorting through your grandparents’ junk in their basement? Those old soggy boxes didn’t look like a nuisance anymore. How about the time when you saw your grandfather fixing something and his tricks looked totally crazy, but they turned out genius at the end? Well, this video might have the explanation to everything. Sorting through the basement, the HouseholdHacker found an interesting edition of 1001 - How-to Ideas from 1957. He was wondering whether these tips and trick no less than 60 years old would still work today, so he decided to give them a try. He chose sixteen hacks he thought would still work today and decided to make them. He started with a paint cleaning mechanism using a U-shaped magnet. He then followed with an interesting mechanism to help you move heavy objects without leaving scratches, a DIY lamp and the most delicious way to cook some bacon. Number five was a very clever way of pouring liquids down a funnel, followed by a nifty door mechanism, a potato hack and a staple remover. He informed us about various uses of hand soap, iron and brass wool. He also gave a few tips on screwing and hammering nails, as well as hiding your valuables and taking your loaf of bread out of the oven, even protecting your wood surfaces from scratching.

10 Genius Kitchen Tricks To Make Your Life Easier!4m46s

10 Genius Kitchen Tricks To Make Your Life Easier!

Today we’ll show you some amazingly simple kitchen tricks that’ll transform the way you cook forever and make your life easier! If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE: From how to turn cake mix into cookies, to removing a hard boiled

How to View the Solar Eclipse with a Saltine Cracker!3m05s

How to View the Solar Eclipse with a Saltine Cracker!

Eclipse Glasses Sold Out? Try this simple method to view the Solar Eclipse using common household items! With just a simple saltine cracker, a box and some scissors you will be well on your way to experiencing the 2017 Solar Eclipse while keeping your eyes safe. SUBSCRIBE HERE:

Check Out These 9 Super Quick Tricks That Will Save You Some Nerves In The Bathroom3m44s

Check Out These 9 Super Quick Tricks That Will Save You Some Nerves In The Bathroom

some of our favorite bathroom tricks to help you keep yours fresh and clean and most importantly... UNCLOGGED! First of all, let’s address the noise problem. Don’t you just hate it when you drop the seat of your toilet down, only for it to bang on the porcelain, the sound echoing across the bathroom tiles and you wish you knew how to use it without ever lifting it? All you have to do is save the cork from the next vintage you down, slice it up and stick it under to muffle the sound. You can also use self adhesive furniture casters or chair glides. When you are out of bathroom freshener, hide a few dryer sheets under the toilet paper roll. Wrap a few on the holder and put your roll on. Every time the roll spins, the sheets will release their scent and no one will ever know! Speaking of toilet paper, here’s a secret that will save you the agony when you find yourself without the fluffy white stuff. The empty roll can be deconstructed into the several rolls it is made of, which if you layer down enough, can be soft enough for your derriere and easy enough to flush. You’re welcome. Keep watching for more awesome tricks when in the throne room, and while you are there, check out HouseholdHacker’s other video with more tips, tricks and hacks that will make your life a breeze! If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE:

7 Impressive Pencil Tricks You Can Try Right Now4m31s

7 Impressive Pencil Tricks You Can Try Right Now

If you are an office supply hoarder and happen to have a significant stash of pencils and pen rolling around in a drawer somewhere, this might be high time to put them to good use. Of course, you could use them as they were meant to, write until they run off, but the Household Hacker has some interesting new uses for your wooden writing utensils that you might want to try. On the more useful side, you could use a pencil to clean the threads on your hiking boots, after you came back from a muddy trail. Use the rubber end for the thicker threads and the sharper end for the thinner ones. It really is all about resourcefulness before resources that makes a world of a difference. When you sharpen your pencils, don't throw away the shavings. Put them in a drawstring bag and drop a few drops of lavender oil for good measure. Then just stow that bag full of lavender scented shavings in your closet and every fiber-loving moth that would like to check out the menu in your closet will instantly change its mind. Check out the rest of the video for some other cool tricks that will make you wanna hoard some more pencils in the future! Enjoy! SUBSCRIBE HERE:

7 Genius Pool Noodle Tricks You Should Know4m27s

7 Genius Pool Noodle Tricks You Should Know

If you ask any DIYer out there what their favorite material is, most will probably admit that they always have a pool noodle or two laying around, just in case. Pool noodles are cheap and can solve tons of everyday problems. Pool noodles can help you with the simple nuisances around the house, like when you need to fill up a bulky bucket with water, but it just won’t fit under the tap. Take a pool noodle, stock one end on the tap and use it as an extension hose to fill up the bucket - mess free! Is the hose of your vacuum not long enough for those hard-to-reach places? Use a pool noodle as a hose extension, that will also keep you from worrying that you might scratch the walls or window frames. How about something more creative? Those Woof Washers seem to have taken the internet by storm a while back, but one pool noodle costs far less and it can do the exact same job if you twist it in a hoop, tie it with some zip ties and poke a few holes. Just make sure you get the right pressure with the hose, so you don’t burst the noodle. Check out the video for more of these 7 Pool Noodle Life Hacks and save yourself some time and maybe even some money! Subscribe to us:

7 Money Saving Tricks For Your Car4m29s

7 Money Saving Tricks For Your Car

In this day and age, a lot of us rely greatly on our cars. We spend a lot of time in them, whether it is for our daily commute or a trip to the market and to the school. There are many ways to keep your car looking good and clean without spending a fortune. Check out these seven tips and save yourself some money in the process. If you don’t have a phone mount in your car, you can replace that easily with two binder clips and an elastic band. Thread the elastic through one of the prongs on each clip and the prop your phone onto a vent of your choice. Another simpler, yet not so pretty version would be to thread the elastic through two of the slots on the vent and slide your phone in. It is as simple as that. If you are fed up of buying air fresheners over and over, only to replace them a few weeks later, try cutting out a shape out of cardboard and adding a few drops of an essential oil of your choice. Again, it might not be sightly, but it sure it way cheaper and you can always “refill” it with a few more drops. And if those nooks and crannies around your interior look dusty and grimy, all you will need is some cheap old Silly Putty! Buy it at the dollar store and keep in your car for a quick pass over those dirty areas. SUBSCRIBE HERE: Post your own Car Life Hacks in the comments! Business Inquiries or Media Requests:

10 Awesome Summer Kitchen Hacks6m47s

10 Awesome Summer Kitchen Hacks

10 Awesome time-saving kitchen tricks to use in the summer. Whether you want to use your oven as a grill or carve a pineapple, these simple kitchen life hacks will save you time and even money! If you enjoyed this, SUBSCRIBE HERE: