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Five tricks to ease up our troubled lives! [Lifehacks]
posted April 1 2013 19:50.16 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Some times, its just a small trick enough to solve a complicated problem... Starting with the good old paperclip bottle holder to hold your beer bottles stacked in your refrigerator!





Just a rubber band wrapped around the can with the paint will avoid a lot of mess and will not spill paint at the ledge of the can





Extension cables... You are on the ladder and you pull the cable to drill the hole, when suddenly the extension cable unplugs... The solution is so simple!





I think that i will do something similar to my desk:





Christmas tree lamps - Wrap them around a clothes hanger and you'll find them ready next year!

 
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