The List of All Lists: Every Hack You’ll Ever Need

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Natural Light Dispenser for Dark a Corner

If you have a cabinet in which the drawers or shelves are deep, chances are they’re going to have dark corners. They don’t get enough natural light. And you don’t want any places where cockroaches are drawn to. So what you can do is place aluminum foil on your cabinet shelves. It will reflect light to every corner, decreasing the darkness and obviously, the number of insects./life-hacks/the-list-of-all-lists-every-hack-youll-ever-need/img/DIY25MobileImageSizeReigNN.jpg


Random aluminum foil fact: did you know that aluminum is present in more than 270 minerals? It is the most abundant mineral on the planet after oxygen and silicon. It is the most abundant metal found naturally on earth as well. And aluminum is globally the most used metal that doesn’t contain iron.

Pocket-Friendly Cookie Molds

Spending a holiday with loved ones and making cookies of different shapes and types is fun. Children, adults, and even the elders of the family enjoy cookies. It’s a great way to interact and learn. The fun part about making cookies is that you can make any shape and size of cookies. All you need is a folded strip of aluminum foil that you can bend, mold, and curve to form the shape you desire. So, don’t just make cookies, make memories too./life-hacks/the-list-of-all-lists-every-hack-youll-ever-need/img/DIY08MobileImageSizeReigNN.jpg


Random cookie fact: It’s generally believed that the first cookies date back to 7th century AD Persia; a time when sugar became commonly available in the area. The cookie craze spread across Europe and by the 14th century, they were already a popular treat.

Molten Ice-Cream Disaster Management

Children are very messy in almost everything they do, but eating something like ice-cream needs special attention. The soft ice cream can cause stains on clothes and create sticky hands, and no one likes sticky hands. So, the next time you get ice cream for your kids, wrap it with aluminum foil. It will create a barrier between the cone and their hands, collecting all the melting ice cream. You see, the best solution to the ice cream mess was always in front of your eyes./life-hacks/the-list-of-all-lists-every-hack-youll-ever-need/img/DIY12MobileImageSizeReigNN.jpg

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Random ice cream fact: did you know that the largest worldwide consumption of ice cream is in the United States? That’s right, in America, an average person consumes 48 pints of ice cream per year. That’s a lot of ice cream.

Homemade Radiator Efficiency Booster

After coming in from the cold outdoors, a warm indoors is something you want. However, a standard radiator is sometimes just not enough. You can upgrade it or get another one, but that would mean higher gas and electricity bills. But the solution is some flaps of aluminum foil over cardboard. Place it around the heat source and they will reflect heat to all the corners of the rooms, increasing the rate of heat dispensing. Hence the efficiency of the radiator./life-hacks/the-list-of-all-lists-every-hack-youll-ever-need/img/DIY13MobileImageSizeReigNN.jpg

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Random radiator fact: The Romans had the first underground heating in the world, known as the hypocaust. They were the first documented use of central heating, and it goes back to around 100BC. Only the wealthiest of Romans could afford this type of heating.

Dirt, Grim or Rust – We Deal with All

Imagine you have an important meeting and are all set for it but then you notice a small wrinkle on your shirt. Sounds simple, right? You remove the shirt and iron it. But, what if that iron has an accumulation of dirt? Now that’s where the situation gets tricky. Fortunately, the solution is right there in your kitchen. Roll a ball of aluminum foil and scrub the iron’s surface. All the dirt on the hot surface will get cleaned. You may end with some scratch, but that’s a small price to pay./life-hacks/the-list-of-all-lists-every-hack-youll-ever-need/img/DIY03MobileImageSizeReigNN.jpg


Random ironing fact: According to Old and Interesting, no one really knows exactly when or who started ironing. But the Chinese were using hot metal pans filled with hot coals that they used to move over fabric more than a thousand years ago.

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