17 Things That Can Be Done Much More Easily Than We ThoughtTranslate

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Every day, we perform a large number of habitual actions without ever stopping to think that there might be unexpected paths available to make our routine less arduous.
We at GIGGAG just love making things easier and suggest you take a look at the following 17 tricks that you’ll want to try out straightaway.

17. Using Leftover Cooking Sauce

17. Using leftover cooking sauce
Leftover sauce can be frozen in an ice cube tray and put to good use when you don’t have time to make a proper meal. Just reheat it along with some macaroni and cheese, and it’s ready in an instant.

16. Cutting Thin Slices Of cheese

16. Cutting thin slices of cheese
This is one of those tricks that will make you want to kick yourself for not having thought of it yourself. It really is obvious: to cut very thin slices of cheese, just use an ordinary potato peeler.

13. Picking Up shards Of broken Glass

13. Picking up shards of broken glass
Broken glass can be a real headache. Luckily, there’s a trick you can use to simplify the process of cleaning it up: all you need is a slice of bread. Thanks to its texture, bread can sweep up even the tiniest pieces of glass that we don’t see.

10. Opening Jars

10. Opening jars
Pretty much everyone’s tried at one time to unscrew a tight jar lid using a towel. But if this age-old trick doesn’t work, we’ve got an alternative: try using an ordinary rubber band like in the photograph shown here. The result may surprise you.

3. Cleaning Bottles

3. Cleaning bottles
It’s not always easy to find the right-sized brush for cleaning out a bottle, but there is a trick that can help: sprinkle some pieces of crushed eggshell into the bottle, put on the cap, and give it a good shake. The eggshell will help clean all the dirt from the inner walls of the bottle, and then all you need to do is rinse it out.

2. Drying Out Leftover Herbs

2. Drying out leftover herbs
When you’re left with only a small amount of fresh herbs after cooking, don’t throw them away. Simply dry them out by placing them in the microwave for a minute, and then you can save them until next time.

Bonus: Upgrading A broken Phone To a whole New Level

Bonus: Upgrading a broken phone to a whole new level
Shattered the back glass of your iPhone? You could buy a new one — or you could get a little more creative: draw all over the back of the phone with a colored highlighter, then rub the excess ink off with a paper towel so that it only stays in the cracks. Cover it with a piece of packing tape or a coat of clear nail polish, and you are the owner of a reborn, cooler phone.
Preview photo credit Jason O’Grady/ZDNet, skrillexisokay/Reddit

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