- Michelle Yarn
Uncommon Uses for Everyday Items to Keep Things Cleaner
We could all use a little help keeping things clean and with these ideas, you won’t have to spend a lot of time or money to do it. Here are some uncommon uses for everyday items to keep things cleaner around your home!
Hack #1: Your handy dandy blow dryer.
Did you know you can use this to clean up crayon marks? As a mom of two toddlers, this is one I deal with a lot! Here’s a quick how-to. Just blow dry on high heat for a few seconds until the wax softens and starts to melt. Then use a wet rag to wipe the marks away… voila!
Hack #2: Corn.
Did you know this veggie has some serious absorption power? And for cat lovers this means an ah-mazing litter.
World’s Best Cat Litter™ uses a patented process to compress that naturally absorbent corn into concentrated granules that trap odor deep inside the litter. It’s quick clumping and easy scooping so less mess with less litter.
World’s Best Cat Litter traps liquids before they seep to the bottom of the box so you don’t need to chisel and scrape. One scoop and you’re done! In fact, it’s the only litter with concentrated power so you use and waste less litter. Even the smallest bag lasts one cat 30+ days! Because it’s made of corn it’s 99% dust free, flushable and pet, people and planet friendly!
Hack #3: Toothpaste.
Guess what, guys? Toothpaste isn't just for your teeth anymore, it's for your headlights too! Toothpaste, a rag, some water and a little bit of elbow grease will clear up those foggy headlights in just a few minutes.