Dump old coffee grounds on a spare dryer sheet for this simple, clever reason

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Running a household can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be! Despite living in the most technologically advance age to date, people are increasingly turning to alternative uses for common products, instead of buying the fanciest, most tech-savvy gadgets.
Instead, try the following DIY solutions instead:
1. DIY Insect repellent
To make your home insect-free, follow the technique in the video below:
2. DIY dishwasher solution
Simply combine 1 cup washing soda, 1 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup salt, and 1/2 cup lemon juice in a large bowl. Pack the mixture into an ice tray, freeze until solid cubes have formed, and then store in an air-tight container. Pop the tablets into your dishwasher like you would any store-bought product.
2. Alternative vegetable peeler.
Simply use a regular kitchen glass as recommended by Buzzfeed. This method works best for mangos and hard-boiled eggs.
3. Absorb nasty smells.
Vomit, soured milk, urine, and other gag-worthy smells can easily be absorbed using two unlikely ingredients. Check out the video below to see how this works:
4. Turn an old milk jug into a watering can
Use the process demonstrated in the video below:
5. Maximize kitchen space.
Take the advice of Life Hack and maximize kitchen space by using magnets to store spices, a curtain rod to store lids, and a tension rod to hang cleaning supplies.
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