Rubber Band Hack 1: Control Your Soap Dispenser
Squirt too much soap? Create a stopper on the dispenser and regulate the amount of soap you want to dispense. Easy peasy.
Rubber Band Hack 2: Pack Your Luggage
You might know that by rolling your clothes into the luggage saves space but nobody told you that once you take a piece out of the nicely packed row, everything starts unrolling. Secure every single piece of rolled clothes with a rubber band!
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Rubber Band Hack 6: Stop Your Clothes from Sliding
Ill-designed clothes hangers can sometimes get on your nerves when your clothes do not get hung properly! It is especially frustrating to see a wide-collared blouse sliding off all the time. All you need to do is to bundle some rubber bands at the ends of the hanger.
Rubber Band Hack 7: Easy Page Flipper
Do you flip a book by wetting your fingers? Unfortunately, you get unsightly water stains on the paper! Now, wrap a rubber band around your finger. This creates enough friction for you to flip those pages easily.
Rubber Band Hack 8: Unscrew A Stripped Screw
Tried too many times and the stripped screw just got worse? Simply layer the screw with a rubber band and you will be able to have some grip over the screw.
Rubber Band Hack 9: Close Doors Quietly
Afraid to wake a sleeping baby? Loop a rubber band around your door knob so that it forms an “X” shape across the latch, which keeps the latch from sliding out. Ta-da! No more noisy door-closing sounds.
Photo: One Good Thing
Rubber Band Hack 10: Shorten Pants
If your pants are too long, perform this simple stylist trick — loop a rubber band around your pants leg, then roll the fabric over the band to hide it. No alteration needed!
Text: FoodForLife / Additional reporting: Elizabeth Liew