If you are a homeowner, sometimes it can be a challenging role to manage the space aesthetics. There are certain times when you had to deal with some home improvement task, which involves fixing of gadgets or buying new items. If you are a creative mind person, you can even use old stuff to make new things as it can be both unique and useful in some way.
Here are some useful and stunning DIY tricks that you can apply for redesigning your living space. This can be both time-saving options along with making your room look beautiful.
Comb for hammering nails
It might have happened to you when you were trying to hit a nail into a wall or a wooden plank; else you might end up hurting your fingers. Use a comb in such a way that it holds the pin in the exact place. The comb will support the nail properly and will also protect your fingers during the hammering process.
Use plywood to hang heavy things on wall
To hang heavy items such as a LED TV set, the best practice is to make use of a plywood plank/strip. Are you thinking, how to do it? Just fix it on your wall and then hang the item on it. For this purpose, you need plywood with at least 3-4 inch width and length as per your requirement. You can attach this plywood on the wall and then hang your designed wall-hanging on it.
Soda bottle tab hangers
If you lack enough space in your wardrobe to put extra clothes on it, here is a useful trick that can solve your problem immediately. It doesn’t matter whether your closet space is smaller or larger, but you can utilize it by using soda tabs on your hanger necks. By this soda tab, you can hang heavy sweater or coat that will easily manage its weight. This will enable you to manage space.
Washcloth for paint touch-ups
You don’t need a brush to do paint touch-ups on your walls or another item. You can use a washcloth to get the exact texture, as provided by a paint brush.
Storage on door
You can use a 3-4 inch plywood and screw it to the door for this purpose. Then fix hooks on the plywood surface using high-quality adhesive. This will serve as a hang-up storage unit for you.
Baking soda to clean oven glass
Mix a small amount of baking soda with water and make a thin consistency. Use this over your oven glass, and it will quickly wipe off the Grimes on it.
Old table as chalkboard
Use your old coffee table to form a chalkboard for your children, to explore their creativities. Simply pick up an old table and paint it as per your kid’s requirement. Use a damp cloth to spread the high gloss paint for the chalkboard base.
Use C-clamp on ladder to hang hammer
You can attach a C-clamp on ladder section to utilize it for hanging things such as hammers or other utility tools and equipment. It will be a handy location if you are working on the rooftop section.
Flashlight holder using wire
You can cut an electrical wire, wrap it around your flashlight, and use it as a torch stand. You have to bend each end of this wire to make it work as a holder.
Rat-trap as door closer
You can use your rat trap device and utilize it to make a proper door closer at your home. It will be more durable and a reliable option as compared to conventional latches to close the door.
You can use these DIY tricks and make your living space more organized and beautiful. It will also utilize used and old items to create new items for your home. So start saving your money yet make your home look like a “Home Sweet Home.”