So you approach your stove and see this fucking nightmare.
If you don’t know where to place cutting boards in your kitchen, go to your local school and office supplies store and get a paper holder like this one.
Homemade beer, kvass and other fermented drinks require removing of the yeast residue before drinking.
If you’re an enthusiastic vaper, you probably have several e-juice bottles.
Since e-liquid consists mainly of food additives, this makes it basically
food. And food should be stored in the fridge.
You can’t put sushi mats into dishwasher, since they are made of bamboo. Covering the mats in plastic before rolling maki rolls is also a bad idea: plastic film is slippery to grasp and doesn’t drain excess moisture from the maki.
In this modern world of mass produced stuff, some manufacturers find it hard to ensure quality of their product. It gets even worse with small custom furniture workshops, as they may lack sufficient knowledge, skills and equipment to make chairs that last.
Most people are familiar with polyethylene gloves that come with hair dye, kitchen chemicals and other products. They are very thin, making your fingers in gloves more accurate and sensitive, and polyethylene gloves are latex-free, which is good if you are allergic to latex. Also, the price is very low.
But they come pressed together, so it’s a torture to put them on!
The solution to this problem is un and easy. Just blow in the opening of the polyethylene glove, like you would blow up a balloon. Air will inflate the gloves, making them far easier to put on.
Some faucets don’t have a shower-spout indicator. For non-automatic switch, if somebody left the tha faucet in shower position, the next user is sure to send the sprinkler zooming around the bathroom.
Most of synthetic marble sinks do not have openings for faucet and knobs installment. Some of them have half-cut holes, which you have to punch with a hammer to get them open.
But if they don’t, how to drill cultured marble?