Shoes a little too Tight in the Toes? Follow these Steps. - Put on socks and slip on your shoes. - Aim the hairdryer on the tight section for a few seconds (wiggle and stretch your feet inside the shoe for maximum benefit). - Keep the shoes on while they cool. - Remove the socks and test out shoes. It should be stretched out, but if you need more room, then repeat the process. See? Told you it was easy.
This tip is especially useful for those of you that don’t have any nails to dig into the tough skin of an orange. With a few clever cuts of a knife, you can peel an orange and eat it without juice dripping all over your hands. But best of all, it’s FUN!
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.