If you do any bread baking, you know what a pain it can be getting dough off your bowls and utensils, especially if you don’t get to it right away. Make things a little easier by soaking in cold water first.
If you’ve got a can of soda or beer that you want to chill fast, wrap a wet paper towel around it before tossing it in the freezer.
Stove hood filters are one of those things that people forget about cleaning regularly because they don’t usually see them. But they can get pretty nasty, and even dangerous, if you don’t take the time to clean them.
Let’s face it. Even if you just tear into freshly baked brownies with your fingers, they’re going to be delicious. But sometimes, you need to cut them cleanly without tearing them up. Enter the plastic knife.
There are collapsible grills on the market for camping and backpacking, but they tend to be on the pricey side. This DIY version is cheap, easy to build, and you can make it the size you want.
If you keep a few cleaning supplies at the locations where you’ll use them, you’ll be likely to use them more often.
The secret to crispy hash browns, as we’ve shown you before, is getting as much water out of the potatoes as possible. But you can avoid the mess from squeezing them out by using a salad spinner.
Android: Any alarm can wake you up. Mimicker, a free alarm app for Android from the Microsoft Garage, can help make sure you stay awake.
If you want a simple, cheap way to keep a grocery or to do list in your kitchen, or wherever else, try a roll of the ever useful butcher paper.
It’s nice to be able to take a night off from cooking or deciding what to eat. Prep a nice salad bar ahead of time and use it whenever you need to.
While most of us don’t have a job that allows us to slip the surly bonds of Earth, most of us do have things about our work we really enjoy. We’d like to hear what keeps you going.
Can openers can get pretty grimy over time, which is unsanitary but also keeps the opener from operating its best. Fortunately, you can fix the problem with a little wax paper.
I’m always a sucker for DIY survival gear and this paracord belt really fits the bill. It even includes a full survival kit turned into the belt’s buckle.
Dealing with a frozen-over car in the morning can be a pain, but at least you can make sure your wipers are ready to go. And all you need is a pair of old socks.
In previous versions of iOS, saving or sharing a voicemail was a difficult task, but iOS 9 makes it easy by adding sharing tools.
We’ve asked you in the past about your worst DIY disaster. Now, we’d like to hear about your best DIY project.
Fish sauce is usually associated with specific forms of Asian cooking, but it can add real depth to many dishes without making them taste fishy.
An immersion chiller cools hot liquids quickly by running cold water through a coiled copper pipe that’s immersed in the liquid. You can make this DIY model to whatever size fits your needs.
Keep a collection of your favorite spices on you at all times with these airtight DIY spice packs.
Troubleshooting problems in Windows can be kind of a pain, but the built-in Reliability Monitor gives you a leg up by presenting your computer’s reliability and problem history in one easy view.