How to recycle old things into genius and useful designs
Today I show you some fun DIY ideas and recycling hacks that will help you reuse old things, bring others back to life, and repurpose old stuff.
If your hairbrush is overflowing with hair, you can pour some glue on it, let it dry and then remove. All the hairs will lift with the glue.
If your suede shoes got wet, simply add some oat flour on them.
If you got a ton of almost run out soap bars, you can grate them mix them with some water until they’re dissolved and pour them back in a silicone mold to make your own new soap bars.
Restore a clumpy nail polish by adding a few drops of nail polish remover.
Before lighting a candle, place in the fridge. If it’s cold it will last longer.
Add some hairspray on your fresh-cut flowers to prevent them from going bad too soon.
I also show you how to make your own furniture using old egg cartons. Soak, each carton in some paint – to give it color. Then, stack them up on top of each other and place a cushion on top of them.
0:49 – How to fix wet boots
1:58 – Dried out nail polish – solution
3:10 – DIY hair protector
4:11 – Old tire hack
6:18 – DIY cookie cutters
7:51 – Cool cement crafts
9:59 – How to repurpose plastic
12:08 – DIY shoe organizer
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