Use a rubber band to remove a stripped screw. Repinned by Suzanna Kaye of A Space That Works Organizing www.aspacethatworks.com Follow on Pinterest: sletchford and organizing articles on Facebook: SuzannaKayeOrganizer

Use a rubber band to remove a stripped screw. Repinned by Suzanna Kaye of A Space That Works Organizing www.aspacethatworks.com Follow on Pinterest: sletchford and organizing articles on Facebook: SuzannaKayeOrganizer

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.

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.

For mysterious, quantum-mechanical reasons, the screws that hold handles and doorknobs always eventually work loose. A few drops of thread-locking compound will permanently fix the problem, yet still allow you to remove the screw with ordinary tools if you need to later. A heavier-duty variety is also available for large bolts and machinery.

Instant Fixes For Nagging Problems Around the House

For mysterious, quantum-mechanical reasons, the screws that hold handles and doorknobs always eventually work loose. A few drops of thread-locking compound will permanently fix the problem, yet still allow you to remove the screw with ordinary tools if you need to later. A heavier-duty variety is also available for large bolts and machinery.

Slide a rubber band over the can, then wipe the brush with the paint against the rubber band.

Good Things for Painting

Slide a rubber band over the can, then wipe the brush with the paint against the rubber band.

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