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18 Brilliant Re-Uses For Things You Already Have

Have a minute? You’ve got to go check out this post on BuzzFeed with 18 Brilliant Re-Uses For Things You Already Have. I’m sure you’ve seen some of these before, but many of them were new ideas to me.

Thanks, Emily!

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15 Comments

  • Sarah C says:

    I’ve seen so many of these and I still can’t get over how awesome many of these ideas are. My personal favorite from this post is the bread clip to prevent flipflops from breaking!

    • Maureen says:

      I used the breadclip one this summer! My daughter went through three pairs of flip-flops until I discovered that tip. It works really well!

  • Tan says:

    Amazing!! How creative. Thank you for sharing!

  • Andrea says:

    This is one of the coolest post I’ve seen in a long time. I love the idea of painting my keys with finger nail polish!!!

  • Love the flip flop saver! I don’t know how many flip flops my daughter has busted and I have never figured out how to save them. Not that they are that expensive (at least not the ones I buy) but she usually breaks them when we are out on an outing, so keeping a spare bread clip in my purse in warm months would save me from having to haul around an emergency back up pair in the back of the SUV.

  • Tabitha says:

    Love all these fabulous ideas!

  • I can only see one tip where is the 18 Thanks?

  • Julie says:

    Wow, some great ideas. I like the one with the toilet tissue tube to hold the wrapping paper on the roll. And if you have a small closet the pop-top hanger idea sounds pretty good. And if the can opener works on the blister packs what can I say but THANK YOU!!!

  • Julie says:

    Hi. When I clicked on the “18 Brilliant Re-Uses” link, it took me to a website with all kinds of filthy (vile) ads. I saw the title of the article, but the filthy ads were loading before the article content. I didn’t stay, and am quite suprised I was even allowed by my computer to go there. If you think the information is valuable, could you post the article in your post? Thanks.

  • Christine says:

    brilliant is right! looking forward to trying the toothpaste on my old jalopy’s headlights. spent $40 on a kit with multiple steps, tools and goop. only lasted 3days. love the scoop from a plastic jug too, always seem to be breaking the cat litter ones from the $1 store.

  • Gayle says:

    My computer will not let me view the 18 ways to reuse things.It acts like it is opening up then flashes something quickly across the screen and will not me see the article.I’m afraid it is trying to load a trojan horse virus.

  • Debra Lynskey says:

    I LOVE these tips! I’ve shared them on my wall! This is SO helpful! Thanks tons!

  • Dariece says:

    Since I also can not see the article when I click on the links, what kind of toothpaste do you use on your headlights? Regular?

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