HINTS & TIPS VIDEOS

    Create a hole in the lid of a clean wine bottle with a nail.    Fill the wine bottle to just below the neck with water.  Cover the hole with your finger and insert into the soil.  The water will slowly release as needed over severa...
Cut old stockings into strips.    Then secure the stems of tomato plants to stakes with the stockings.    The stretchable fabric grips the stake while allowing the plant to grow unrestricted. 
To test all those old packets of seeds in the shed, start by covering a tray with paper towel.    Then label the seed packets and sections of the tray.    Thoroughly wet the paper towel before laying out the seeds in even rows under the lab...
Have you ever tried to dust an awkward item like a lampshade? Normal dusting methods like cloths can be difficult and ineffective. Instead of struggling, try this handy tip. Simply take an ordinary lint roller and run it over the surface of the lamps...
Don't you hate when clothes won't stay on their hangers? Luckily, there's a simple hack you can use to stop them from falling off. All you need to do is wrap an elastic band around each end of the hanger. The rubber grips the clothing, stopping it fr...
Need a shovel in a pinch? Try this clever hack.   Mark cutting guidelines on the bottle with a permanent marker.  One around the top of the handle, and the other around the base of the handle, extending out in a triangle.    Cut along the...
When you travel you don't always know who you share a bathroom with or trust the hygiene standards of the place you're staying.    On your next trip, pack a peg in your toiletries bag and try this simple life hack to protect your toothbrush fro...
Planting from seed is often cheaper than buying seedlings but we often loose track of what seeds we own and when to plant them.    Try this simple system to keep track of seeds and when to plant them.   Divide a photo album into four sectio...
Save fresh herbs for use long after their growing season is over.    Chop herbs into an ice cube tray.    Fill the tray with water then freeze overnight.    Once frozen, remove from the tray and store in a ziplock bag in the freezer for...