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15 Clever Winter Hacks Everyone Should Know

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15 Clever Winter Hacks Everyone Should Know

15 Clever Winter Hacks Everyone Should Know

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Winter is coming, and it’s in full force! But worry no more, you don’t have to suffer!!! Try these amazing life hacks and you’ll sail through to the end of winter with ease:

 

1. DIY bubble wrap to insulate windows

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2. Put a layer of tinfoil against the wall, the foil will reflect the heat of the wall-mounted heater or radiator back into the room

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3. Hand sanitizer is your weapon against an icy door

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4. Use zip ties for DIY snow tires

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5. Use pool noodles and shove them in your boots, or wine bottles to make them stand up straight

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6. Heat the key with a lighter to thaw a frozen lock

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7. Cut out wool insoles for extra warmth

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8. The toilet seat warmer

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9. Cover your wipers with old socks to keep them from freezing

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10. Dry boots without the puddles

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11. The natural outdoor fridge

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12. Stitch the perfect pair of mittens from a sweater

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13. With 2/3 Vinegar and 1/3 Water, just spray on windows and ice will melt away

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14. Slip a ziplock bag over your side mirrors to prevent them from freezing

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15.  Use a car mat to get traction when your car is stuck in the snow

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