In our daily lives, we tend to miss the little touches. When you walk into a house, everyone knows how to use … Or so we think, there are many items we know how to use. But the truth is that they are often used incorrectly. But it doesn’t have to be that way. But you do not need to worry. We’re here to give you some great tips on how to use the hidden features of the items you use all the time to make your life 150% easier.
Peeling oranges doesn’t have to be difficult and tedious
Peeling oranges can be very tedious. If you peel them with your fingers, the juice splashes and becomes sticky. But there’s an easy way to peel any type of citrus fruit, from oranges to tangerines, without making a mess.
Simply cut off the top and bottom of the peel and slice down the side to reveal a clean orange line. This is great for your child’s lunchbox and will save you the trouble of peeling oranges at school. I remember struggling to peel oranges in the school cafeteria, but if you know this trick.
Heat the microwave the right way
Ever feel a cold spot and a hot spot when microwaving leftovers in a container? If you put them on a plate, or leave them in the container, the heat won’t be evenly distributed. So next time you reheat something, why not try this trick?
When placing food on a plate, make a small hole in the middle so that all the food is heated evenly. This ensures that all the food is at the same temperature and you don’t have to worry about putting it back in the microwave over and over again.
All beauty products have an expiration date on the bottom
When you pick up a new beauty product, you may not be able to read all the symbols on the bottom of the package. However, these little symbols will let you know when it’s time to throw the product away and when it’s time to use it.
Most beauty products have a small “6m”, “12m” or “24m” written on the container, depending on the product. This indicates how many days the product can be used after opening. Everyone should check if they have any expired products lying around.
How to clean your blender
After making something in your blender, you have the dreaded job of washing it, but no matter how clean it looks, it still has the smell of what you made in it. In fact, there is an effective way to clean your blender without the hassle and keep it smelling fresh.
Add water and dish detergent and blend the blender until it’s clean. Then simply pour in the water and rinse. This will save you a lot of time, and the blender will be free of any hidden food particles you may have missed while scrubbing.
This stapler has multiple functions
You may not know this – because we certainly don’t – but all staplers have multiple functions. Did you know that staplers have different settings to adjust the tightness of the staples? Rotating the metal plate of a stapler allows you to adjust the bend as you staple things.
The most common setting is to allow the staples to bend backwards so that the paper sticks firmly together. However, by turning the metal plate and bending the staples outward, you can easily remove the staples from the paper. This is also useful when there are thick bundles of paper.
Backstage tips to prevent milk spills
Who remembers the infomercial for the Milkmaster 2000 featuring Joey from Old Friends? If you knew this trick, you wouldn’t have made a fool of yourself on TV. You don’t need to buy special equipment to pour milk without spilling it, but there are ways to hold the milk carton properly so that the milk doesn’t splash around.
Pouring from the long end of the milk carton makes it easier to hold and prevents milk from splashing around. In addition, the extra air in the milk carton pushes the milk downward, allowing it to pour out smoothly. No more crying over spilled milk.
What is the extra rag for?
Have you ever wondered why you bought new clothes and why they have cloth scraps and buttons? Many people know that buttons need to be replaced when they come undone, but many people mistakenly believe that the extra rag is for plugging holes. However, it is actually something else.
The extra cloth is to see how it reacts to different detergents. If you want to keep your clothes in top condition, they recommend testing the material with detergent before washing to avoid ruining your new clothes. This is a practical idea that we wouldn’t have thought of.
Are you using too much toothpaste?
When you watch toothpaste commercials, you see people using toothpaste for long periods of time, making it go all the way to the tip of the brush. However, this type of toothpaste use can damage your teeth.
In fact, the amount of toothpaste needed to clean your teeth is about the size of a pea. Advertisers use a lot of it for aesthetic reasons, but using too much toothpaste can wear down tooth enamel, leading to sensitivity and long-term problems.
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