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Temporary Extension Cord Protection - If you're having a party or some other event in the yard and you need additional electricity sources, here's a great way to keep extension cord plugs dry. Cut notches in the opposite sides of a reusable plastic container and snap on the lid. Your plugs will stay dry if it happens to rain or the ground is moist.

Squeezable pouch for todlers turned into transparent, to go, baby food bottle. Prepare your own apple sauce, sweet potato sauce, fruit sauce and save it in the freezer. I cut the original tip of the apple sauce pouch. Then, I drilled a hole on the cap of the smallest gatorade bottle. The removed apple sauce pouch tip was screwed into the hole made on the mini gatorade bottle. Done! Easy to clean, all parts removable. Just add food and freeze it or put in the refrigerator.#baby food, #baby…

For your convenience, Storrage provides bubblewrap to help you in securely packing your Storrage bins. But if you have any wrap left over, here are some super creative uses for it!

Repairing and Caulking Baseboards like a Pro

Crisp baseboards and molding make a wall paint shine. Repairing and caulking baseboards doesn't have to be scary with these pro tips!

DIY arrow storage rack using PVC plumbing tube and a wood base. Great way to store your archery gear for under $20, and it's easy to make. We bought a 4" x 10' plastic tube, six (6) 4" caps, and a circular piece of wood at a hardware store. We cut the tube into six (6) 20" pieces, then laid the plastic plumbing lids evenly on the board. After drilling .25" holes through the lids and wood base, we simply bolted the lids down and inserted the tube pieces into the lids. We cut up an old towel a

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If you notice a crack starting to form at the seam between your wall and baseboard, you shouldn't just paint over the top — that won't fix anything. Instead, add a new layer of caulk to help fill in the gap.