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Tidy Hacks: Handy Hints to Make Life Easier (Paperback)
Available in a handy flexibind edition, a time-saving stress-busting manual featuring 100 simple, ingenious ways to clear the clutter in your house and your life from the author of Life Hacks and Dad Hacks.
We like our stuff, but sometimes things can get messy. We want a neat, inviting home, but time isn't always on our side--and the effort can be overwhelming. Now, the master of hacks, Dan Marshall provides tricks, shortcuts, and ideas to help de-clutter and solve everyday annoyances.
"Life hacking refers to any trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method that increases productivity and efficiency," he explains. "In other words, anything that solves an everyday problem in an inspired, ingenious matter." In Tidy Hacks he shares inventive ways to reuse, recycle, and reclaim your tidy home.
Don't throw away those breakfast grapefruit halves--add a little salt and use them to clean your oven. Is space tight in the bathroom? Use hanging tiered fruit and vegetable baskets from the shower rod to stow shower toys and shampoo. Are your shoes looking a little dull and scuffed? Rub the pithy side of a banana skin over the scuffed leather. Instead of tossing that elastic band into a drawer, wrap it from shoulder to shoulder around a hanger to keep your clothes from slipping to the closet floor. Written with a special focus on simplifying, organizing and storing, Tidy Hacks includes dozens and dozens of inspired ideas for every area of your home (and more), including:
- Kitchen Hacks
- Bathroom Hacks
- Bedroom Hacks
- Laundry Hacks
- Garden Hacks
- Home Office Hacks
- Multiple Use Hacks
- Arts and Craft Hacks
- DIY Hacks
An appealing, portable flexibind paperback with rounded corners--in a handy trim size--Tidy Hacks contains simple advice for tackling life's everyday annoyances. Each tip is fully illustrated and easy to follow, using materials and techniques that are either already on hand or easily attainable. With this invaluable little guide, tidying up is a snap