Time to get into the handy/engineering mindset and try out your fixing skills. If someone is broken in your home, don’t throw it out and get a new one, you can just try and fix it instead. Sometimes, it’s easier than you think.
If your face powder is broken, try to mush it up evenly with a nail tool or a spatula, pour some alcohol inside, and then mix it all together. Let it sit and voila – all fixed.
Remove scratches from your phone by burning the back of a spoon. Then, wipe off the black residue using a cotton pad and wipe your screen with it.
If some of your popcorn wasn’t properly cooked, you can separate them from the cooked popcorn and add them in the microwave for a few more seconds.
If you see some white build-up on your colored pencils, and they aren’t as opaque as they used to be, you can either sharpen them or place them in water for a few minutes. They’ll soften up and you can draw again.
You can attach the neck of a plastic bottle on your hairdryer and use it to inflate your airbed.
0:17 – How to fix broken makeup
2:06 – How to make your colored pencils more opaque
3:43 – How to fix broken furniture
6:09 – Awesome handy work hacks
8:25 – Keep your chargers organized
10:13 – DIY clothing hacks
12:59 – Cool kitchen hacks
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