To discover a few clever, fuss-free home and garden tips, make sure to continue reading.
Fuss-free home and garden tips:
1. Build a climbing structure for vine based plants, using old PVC pipes
If you’re considering planting vine based plants such as tomato plants or strawberry plants, you may want to consider building a climbing structure for your vine based plants, using old, unwanted PVC pipes.
2. Place plants which repel insects such as mosquitos on your deck
If you often spend time socializing out on your property’s deck by are often plagued by pesky insects such as mosquitos, simply pot plants which are known to repel insects. Some examples of which include catnip, lemongrass, lemon thyme, and citronella geranium.
3. Use coffee pods to grow new seedlings
If you are lucky enough to own a coffee machine which uses pods to create individual cups of coffee, it’s a great idea to use the plastic coffee pods which you’d usually throw out to grow new seedlings in.
4. Use old yogurt containers to grow seedlings
Alternatively, you can also use empty, washed out yogurt container to grow your seedlings in.
5. Paint your light switches with clear, glow in the dark paint
If you find it hard to find your light switches at night and are sick of fumbling around in the dark, it’s a good idea to paint your light switches with a glow in the dark paint. Which won’t affect the color of your light switches during the day.
6. Place thin rubber mats under your seat covers
If you don’t want the cushions on your seats such as dining room chairs to move, simply place thin rubber mats under seat covers in order to ensure that your cushions stay in position.
7. Use bread tabs as cord markers
If you’re often confused when you try to tell cords apart, try placing bread tabs, which display the expiry date of your loaves of bread onto each of your cords. Make sure to use a thin-tipped marker pen to write names on each of your new cord markers.
8. Use a repurposed two-liter soda bottle as a plastic bag dispenser
Turn a two-liter soda bottle upside down and cut a hole at the bottom of your soda bottle in order to use it as a makeshift plastic bag dispenser.
So there you have it, eight fuss-free home and garden tips to try out. That you may want to share with friends and family members.
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