Use a rubber band to remove a screw.
If a screw is “worn down” and you need to take it out — put a rubber band between it and the screwdriver to get a better grip.
Clean up a nail polish spill.
Nothing is better on a hot summer day or for a quick cocktail, than lemonade cubes. What are those you ask? They are magic and this is how you make them:
- Take fresh lemon juice;
- Sugar to your taste;
- Make the mixture strong, since it’s going to be diluted with water;
- Cut the lemon wedges in small pieces;
- Freeze the mixture with wedges in an ice cube tray.
Now every time you want a refreshing drink — grab a couple of cubes from the freezer, dunk them in water and have a delicious homemade lemonade.
If you do your manicures at home, you know that nail polish spillage is hard to clean up. Hard, but not impossible.
- Don’t let it sit and dry on your floor or table — clean it right away;
- Cover the stain with nail polish remover and let it sit for a minute;
- Wipe with paper towels;
- If some residue is left, spray hairspray over it and wipe with a paper towel once again;
- Wash the surface with soapy water afterward.