10 Most Unbelievable Life Hacks That Comes Handy During The Lockdown Period


Implementing a few changes in our day to day activities will make our day perfect!

Keep your hands clean: Use chopsticks to eat chips and any other food that dirties your hands, which has a smell that’s not so easy to get rid of.

Prevent sliced apples from browning: Squeeze lemon juice onto the apple slices and sprinkle a little salt.  This is a useful tip for those who love making apple pies, fruit salads, or taking apple slices to work as a snack.

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Dewrinkle clothes without an iron: When you don’t have enough time in the morning to iron your clothes or you are staying at a hotel without an iron. Just hang your clothes in the bathroom and leave them there while taking a shower, the steam will de-wrinkle them.

Tea leaves remove smells from the fridge: To get rid of an unpleasant odor in the fridge, dry the used tea leaves and place them in the fridge so it will absorb all the unpleasant smells.

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Rice will replace paper glue: If you’ve suddenly run out of paper glue, boiled sticky rice will replace it perfectly. By the way, rice glue is widely used for making traditional Japanese papercrafts. 

Use rice grains to get rid of excess moisture from seasonings: If salt, pepper, and other seasonings get damp quickly and it becomes impossible to get them out of the shaker, put several rice grains inside. It absorbs excess moisture and prevents lumps.

Simple and Effective Life Hacks!

Relieve pain from slight burns with Soy sauce: Few people know this, but soy sauce relieves pain and eliminates redness in the case of small burns — for example, drops of hot oil from a frying pan.

A universal remedy for sickness – Eucalyptus oil: This oil is appreciated in Eastern countries for a reason: it helps with colds, heartburn (in this case it’s applied to the stomach area and slightly rubbed in), headaches, toothache, muscle pains, insect bites, and many other cases.

Relieve Back and Neck pain with Rice compresses: This was mostly used in Eastern families to relieve neck and back pain. It’s easy to make: fill an old sock with rice (you can also add a few drops of essential oil), tie or sew it and put it into the microwave for 40 seconds.

Wash Windows with Newspapers instead of wipes: This is a great way to save money, the newspaper has abrasive properties, but it doesn’t leave scratches on the glass. Your windows will shine!

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