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Tip - The Rubber Band Trick - If you need to remove a nail, criss-cross a couple of rubber bands over the top of the hammer before using the hammer's claw. The rubber bands will protect the surface that you're removing the nail from.

Stretch a rubber band around an opaque container. Each time you scoop out the flour or coffee, move the band down to mark the supply level. No need to lift the lid while making your grocery list—you can see how much is left in a snap.

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All-purpose cleaners won't remove rust stains from sinks, tubs and toilets, even with a lot of elbow grease. The trick is to use a rust stain remover like Super Iron Out. For toilets, add to the water in the bowl, then clean with a stiff nylon-bristled brush. For sinks and tubs, first wet the surface with water. Apply to a damp sponge (wear rubber gloves and a mask). Wipe the stain with the sponge until it's gone. Rinse the surface with plain water to completely remove.

Glue a magnet to the bottom of the hammer so you don't have to hold nails in your mouth while hammering

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magnet on the bottom of your hammer so you don't lose your nails while working