Surprising New Uses For Everyday Items
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Good as New1 of 10
By Mariel Goodson
Out with the old and in with the ... old! From repurposing a coffee filter to imagining new uses for what's in your recycling bin, these tricks transform old, unused items into clever and handy must-haves.
Cool It2 of 10
Fill colorful party balloons with a cup of water then freeze before your next big bash. Once frozen, toss them into the ice bucket with your wine and beer and these eye-catching ice cubes will keep drinks cold but not wet.
Mesh Well3 of 10
Save those mesh citrus bags to use as creative gift wrapping for your next baby shower or birthday party. Add a pretty ribbon for a festive final touch.
Keep Safe4 of 10
Some cosmetic jars are just too pretty to part with. Clean out empty pots and use them to organize those loose screws and nails rolling around in your utility drawer.
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Display extra toilet paper rolls in a tall, cylindrical vase and you'll always have a spare at the ready.
Snack Attack6 of 10
When you make it a movie night at home, enlist cone-shaped coffee filters as popcorn, cookie or candy sleeves. Built-in portion control!
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A cardboard six-pack gets a second wind as a handy condiment caddy during your next picnic in the park.
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Plastic clips from old bread bags can help identify electrical cords on power strips so you don't accidentally unplug the computer mid-download.
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Never misplace your smartphone again at work. Display it on your desk using an old cassette tape case.
Stale Mate10 of 10
Out of chip clips? Cereal and snacks still keep their yummy crunch when bags are sealed with office binder clips.
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