These 10 Smart Life Hacks That Will Make Your Life Much Easier

Who doesn’t love life hacks? Here are a few that teach you how to dry your clothes quickly, how to make your shoes waterproof, how to get rid of bad smells and much more.

Waterproof Shoes

All you need is some beeswax and a hair dryer. Slather some beeswax on your shoes and dry it with a hairdryer ’till you can’t see it anymore. There you go, your shoes are waterproof!

Dry Your Clothes Faster

Dry your clothes faster by wrapping your wet garment in a dry towel. Twist it as tightly as possible, to get rid of the excess water. Hang the garment on a hanger to dry normally.

Smelly Shoes

Place a few tea bags in your smelly shoes to absorb the smell. If your shoes are wet as well, place a mixture of rice and baking soda in the shoe to leave it in for a bit.

Growing Roses In Potatoes

Before planting them, push the stems of the roses in a potato. This way, the roses will receive all the moisture and nutrients from the potato to develop healthy roots. 

Tight Shoes

Stretch your new shoes if they feel too tight with this easy hack. Stuff each shoe with wet newspaper as tightly as you can and let the shoes dry. Remove the newspaper later and your shoes will seem more wearable.

Finding Small Things That You’ve Lost

Searching for small items just got easier. Cover the end of a vacuum cleaner with a stocking or pantyhose and get started.

Time Marked Water Bottles

These time marked water bottles are a genius to keep track of your daily water intake. The markings serve as a visual reminder, and you will be able to reach your daily goals.

Remove Toilet Bowl Stains

Pour a can of Coca-Cola in the toilet bowl and let it sit for a night. Then wash with soapy water and flush it clean.

How To Clean A Shower Head

Place your bathroom faucets and shower heads in a plastic bag filled with vinegar. Fasten it with a rubber band and let it sit overnight. The next day, everything will look as new.

Unclog Drains

Run hot water down the drain for a minute and then sprinkle one cup of baking soda. Slowly pour 1 cup of vinegar down the drain. Pour some hot water again.