We use everyday items to make our tasks easier and simpler. We have been using them the way we either see them being used, or thought that one way! However, you will be surprised to know the every item was designed to ease our work but we weren’t fully aware of that.
If you’re looking for a way to make your life a whole lot easier then go no further as you learn how you’ve actually been using these 7 items wrong the entire time.
Better way to pour milk
Avoid milk sloshing and spilling by pouring the milk from the other side of the carton. You’ll be amazed how smoothly the milk flows of the carton without any spilling!
Built-in saucepan handle
Ever notice the hole in the saucepan handle? You can actually insert the end of the spatula in the saucepan handle to avoid extra mess!
Car headrest could actually save your life
In any case of emergency where you’re stuck or locked-up in the car, you can use the headrest to break the car window. We can hope that you never get to use a headrest, but if it ever comes to that then you know what to do.
Prevent your computer from going to Sleep Mode
Amazingly, if you place an optical mouse over an analogue watch, the mouse will read the ticking hand and will prevent your computer from going to Sleep Mode. Because, who likes the hassle of logging in every now and then!
Secure your straw on the soda tap
Ever notice wonder why a soda can tap has two holes? Mystery solved! The bottom hole is used to ensure your straw stays in place and doesn’t fall off. Simply put the straw through the hole and you can enjoy the drink easily.
Plastic jars to the rescue
Planning on a dip in the pool or beach but unsure on how to save keep your personal belongings from getting wet? Place your personal belongings in a plastic jar big enough to fit them all. And voila, they will be dry just how you left them.
Prevent any spilling with the help of a wooden spoon
When boiling pasta or milk, the bubble can overflow and cause spillage which means only one thing, more cleaning. Prevent bubbles from overflowing by placing a wooden spatula over the pot.