Assembling is just one of those things you don’t want to do on a snowy day.
But with the help of cooking spray, it can be done ten times faster.
In a surprising hack, a hacker suggest Use the cooking spray you have in the kitchen to speed up the process.
Wet snow can be too thick for you to pick up with a shovel, making this cold winter job all the more fun.
The handyman recommends spraying this kitchen item on your shovel to help move quickly through the snow.
The spray will prevent heavy snow from sticking to your shovel and will save you from having to stop and clear the snow in between the piles.
Before putting the shovel back in the garage, he suggested wiping it down with a towel to avoid any mess.
Previously, a woman revealed the secret to keeping her house warm without increasing the heat: a $6 window insulator.
She bought Frost King Indoor Window Insulation Kit from Home Depot, which supplies enough insulation for four windows.
“Now there doesn’t seem to be any cold air entering my apartment,” asserts Aleigha.
Thanks to this low cost hack from Aleigha, this product will save you up to 35 percent heat loss in your room.
After her TikTok hack, getting over 101k views, Aleigha shares another video show her followers what the window insulation looks like from the inside.
To make this hack even more convenient, the insulator can be easily installed into the window using any standard hair dyer.
One user commented: “Use this all the time because my bed used to be by the window. Works amazing, would definitely recommend.”
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