Results for - To The Rescue! Common Household Items Save The Day! Part 2

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Little problems, smart and useful solutions. These household "hacks" can definitely make your life easier, especially since most are things you have around your house, or included features you may not know they had.

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1. This "hack" I learned from my grandmother. To prevent your pot from boiling over and making your stovetop a mess, lay a wooden spoon on top. It keeps the bubbles in the pot and under control! Did you know this?

Yes, also learned this from my grandmother, mother, etc.
38%
866 votes
No
36%
839 votes
No, but I'll give it a try
26%
595 votes
Love natural peanut butter but hate when it separates? It's easy – store the jar upside down, and you'll never have this issue again. The oil will travel down towards the lid and mix nicely with the peanut butter, ending the frustration of the separation. Have you tried this

2. Love natural peanut butter but hate when it separates? It's easy – store the jar upside down, and you'll never have this issue again. The oil will travel down towards the lid and mix nicely with the peanut butter, ending the frustration of the separation. Have you tried this "hack"?

Yes
21%
493 votes
No
47%
1,082 votes
Don't buy natural peanut butter that does separate
26%
587 votes
Don't buy peanut butter at all
6%
138 votes
Who knew that the hole in the center of your spaghetti spoon is a measurement for how much spaghetti is considered one serving? It's not there to drain liquid but rather to guide your portioning decisions. Have you used this hole as a serving guide?

3. Who knew that the hole in the center of your spaghetti spoon is a measurement for how much spaghetti is considered one serving? It's not there to drain liquid but rather to guide your portioning decisions. Have you used this hole as a serving guide?

Yes
22%
504 votes
No
54%
1,249 votes
Did not notice my spaghetti server has one
11%
245 votes
Do not own a spaghetti server
13%
302 votes
Here's a simple solutions to tiny holes in your wall, whether it be damage from children's toys, pictures that were hung at one time, or countless other mishaps. Just grab one of your children's white crayons (or even a coloured crayon -- to match -- if the wall is not white) and use it to fill those bothersome holes. Will you try this

4. Here's a simple solutions to tiny holes in your wall, whether it be damage from children's toys, pictures that were hung at one time, or countless other mishaps. Just grab one of your children's white crayons (or even a coloured crayon -- to match -- if the wall is not white) and use it to fill those bothersome holes. Will you try this "hack"?

Yes
47%
1,073 votes
No
43%
997 votes
I have done this
10%
230 votes
05/06/2022 Trivia 2335 55 By: Harriet56
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