31 Redneck DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

Redneck DIYs That Are Borderline Genius! 

So go ahead and keep your bourgeois “life hacks” cause these Redneck ideas got it goin’ on!

1. Boiler Pot Hot Tub

Boiler Pot Hot Tub

Also doubles as a fast and easy way to boil crawdads.

2. Duct Tape Hammock

Duct Tape Hammock

3. Tennis Racket Strainer

Tennis Racket Strainer

It even has a cushioned handle. So take that, colander!

4. Wifebeater Baby Carrier

Wifebeater Baby Carrier

That’s one of the happiest looking babies I’ve ever seen.

5. Clothes Hanger Muffler Fix

Clothes Hanger Muffler Fix

Brilliant.

6. Snow Beer Cooler

Snow Beer Cooler

Brilliant AND energy-saving.

7. Armchair Car Seats

Armchair Car Seats

8. Fan Leaf Blower

Fan Leaf Blower

Aren’t normal leaf blowers SO loud and annoying? This method is way more respectful towards the neighborhood.

9. Beer Can Hot Rollers

Beer Can Hot Rollers

The beer cans retain heat so you’ll get lasting big bouncy curls.

10. Duct Tape Drink Holder

Duct Tape Drink Holder

11. Sofa Bunk Beds

Sofa Bunk Beds

Doubles as tiered home cinema seating.

12. SUV Water Skiing

SUV Water Skiing

This guy is having so much more fun than anyone has had in the Hamptons, ever.

13. $2 Spoiler

$2 Spoiler

14. Mason Jar Mailbox

Mason Jar Mailbox

So much more functional than keeping candles in them or whatever it is people do on Pinterest.

15. Toilet Senior Scooter

Toilet Senior Scooter

16. Plastic Fork Razors

Plastic Fork Razors

If you actually pay $15 for a Mach III razor, you’re a chump.

17. Makeshift Side Mirror

Makeshift Side Mirror

18. Bungee Cord Computer Holder

Bungee Cord Computer Holder

So handy on long road trips!

19. Popcorn Smoke Alarm

Popcorn Smoke Alarm

20. Drink Tray Visor

Drink Tray Visor

This is one of the more sustainable uses I’ve ever seen for a styrofoam drink tray.

21. Flat Screen TV Installation

Flat Screen TV Installation

22. Pick Up Truck Swimming Pool

Pick Up Truck Swimming Pool

Can you do this with your silly little Volkswagen??

23. Rooftop Slip n’ Slide

Rooftop Slip n' Slide

DOING THIS.

24. DIY Air Pump

DIY Air Pump

Seems legit.

25. Patio Chair BBQ Grill

Patio Chair BBQ Grill

26. Washing Machine Beer Cooler

Washing Machine Beer Cooler

This is a life-changing tip of the day if I ever saw one.

27. Power Drill Mixer

Power Drill Mixer

As is this one.

28. Ruler/Can Lid Pizza Cutter

Ruler/Can Lid Pizza Cutter

This kind of deserves a Nobel Prize.

29. Home Stereo Car Stereo

Home Stereo Car Stereo

You can make mix tapes WHILE you’re driving! (Don’t do that.)

31. Impromptu Roof Deck

Impromptu Roof Deck

A patio with a view.

 

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Hilarious Aunt Chippy Tips On How To Wrap A Gift

These hilarious Aunt Chippy tips on how to wrap a gift will have you in the Holiday spirit in NO time!  LMFAO!!!

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Happy Camping With These RV Hacks

Camping is a very popular pastime and these RV Hacks are sure to help make your trip even more enjoyable!

 

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1.  Kids will love hanging out in this front seat hammock made from PVC pipe.

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See how they made this here.

2.  Use badge holder clips to hang string lights from your awning.

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3.  Use velcro to hold black-out curtains in place.

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4.  Wipe everything down with Pine-Sol to keep flies away.

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Dilute it with water to create a 50/50 solution and wipe down your counters, tables, and awnings with it. Read more about this magical solution here.

5.  Make scrambled eggs without dirtying up a bowl.

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Mix ‘em up with milk in an empty water bottle for an easy breakfast.

6.  A bar of Irish Spring soap will keep mice out of your vehicle.

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Not convinced? Read this testimonial from a blogger.

7.  Keep wasps away with cut up flea collars.

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Wasps are attracted to the smell and taste of propane. To repel them, cut a flea collar in half and place in your RV compartments.

8.  Anti-fatigue floor mats on the bottoms of bunks add comfort and insulation.

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They’re cheap, too! You can buy 6 squares to fill a bunk for around $15-20.

9.  Re-upholster your camper cushions with the least amount of sewing possible.

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It’s like wrapping a gift! Get the full directions here.

10. Use a dry food container as a wastebasket.

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11. Make your own waste tank cleaner.

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Mix together a cup of Borax detergent and 1/2 cup of Calgon Water Softener.

12. Square containers save more space than round ones.

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And they won’t bump up against each other as much.

13. Use paracord to make your own awning track hangers.

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Hang lights, tarps, awnings in a surprisingly sturdy way. Get the full directions here.

14. Insulate your camper windows during the cold winter months with bubble wrap.

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Medium to large bubbles work best. See how it’s done here.

15. Cut up a shoe organizer for instant bed storage.

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16. Add glow-in-the-dark tape to your stairs at night.

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17. Hook up IKEA LED lights to run on your trailer’s 12V system.

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Get the instructions here.

18. Turn any cup into a travel cup with Press n’ Seal.

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No more sudden spills!

19. A collapsible laundry basket becomes a makeshift garbage can at any picnic/camp site.

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20. At a campsite? Tie a bar of soap to the spigot with pantyhose for easy hand washing.

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21. Use a syringe to fix warped wood veneer.

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Get the instructions here.

22. Here’s a great use for a dry erase board:

camping0723. Use a towel rod to hold your bath products in place.

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24. Keep your tissue boxes from getting wet/squished.

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25. Prevent heat loss with a vent cushion.

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Get one here.

26. Mount your electrical adapters to keep them neat and tidy.

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Everything in one place.

27. Command hooks are a super easy way to hang curtains.

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28. IMPORTANT: How to get better wi-fi in your RV.

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If you’re reading this from your RV, you could probably use these tips.

29. Update those ugly floors with vinyl plank flooring.

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It’s easy to install because you can cut the planks with a utility knife, they come pre-glued, and they’re waterproof to boot.

30. Use a shoe organizer for handy shower storage.

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31. Line every shelf and drawer with non-slip liners.

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32. Save all the free condiments you can.

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Not only are they free, but they take up a lot less space than their full-sized counterparts.

33. Slit foam swim noodles lengthwise and slip over each awning strut.

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No more bonked heads!

34. A suspension rod in the shower lets you hang clothes while they’re still damp.

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35. A little spraypaint will help those sun-faded plastic parts on your RV look like new again.

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36. These plastic mesh sleeves will keep your precious wine bottles from noisily knocking into each other.

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You can get the mesh sleeves here.

37. This tip is great for road trips of all kinds: use shower caddies with suction cups to hold kid activities.

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Need some more brilliant space-saving tips for your RV? Click here for storage solutions and organization hacks.

LET’S GO CAMPING!

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Source: buzzfeed

 

 

Remove Skin Tags With These 10 Home Remedies

Skin tags are small, benign growths that usually appear on the underarms, eyelids, and along the folds of the neck. While not dangerous, they can be very unsightly and sometimes uncomfortable, but they can also be removed with some simple home remedies listed below.

 

1. Tea tree oil

homeremediesTea-tree-oilTea tree oil addresses a wide range of skin conditions, and it can gently remove skin tags as well. Soak a cotton swab in the oil and rub it over the skin tag very gently, using circular motions. Do this twice a day until the skin tag disappears.

2. Aloe vera

homeremediesAloe-VeraIt’s important that you use pure aloe vera extract for this remedy to work; you cannot use lotion with aloe vera added. Rub some onto the skin tag twice per day, every day. The skin tag should disappear within two weeks.

3. Pineapple juice

homeremediesPineapple-juiceThe acid in the pineapple juice can easily remove skin tags. Use the same method above, and be sure you don’t wash off the pineapple juice once it’s applied. The skin tag should be gone within a week or two.

4. Lemon juice

homeremediesLemon-juiceAs with pineapple juice, the natural acid in lemon juice will gently erode the skin tag when applied twice per day. Chances are you already have lemon juice in your refrigerator, so why not try it today? With regular applications of the juice, your skin tag can be gone within the next week.

5. Apple cider vinegar

homeremediesACV-skin-tagThis too is very acidic and will remove the skin tag naturally, but the vinegar takes longer to work than the juices mentioned above. If you apply it with a cotton ball every day, twice per day, you may see the tag gone within a month.

6. Aspirin

homeremediesAspirin1Dissolve an aspirin tablet in a quarter cup of water and then soak a cotton ball in this mixture. Dab this onto the skin tag and cover the area with a band-aid, not removing the solution from the skin tag. The aspirin mixture will soak in and fade the skin tag. For this to work, you need actual aspirin; this is not a time to substitute ibuprofen or acetaminophen as you might when you get a headache!

7. Castor oil and baking soda

homeremediesbaking-soda-skin-tagsTo use this method, make a thick paste of the castor oil and the baking soda and then apply it to your skin tag. Cover it with a bandage and leave it on overnight. In the morning, wash with warm water and repeat unit the tag disappears, usually within two weeks.

8. Vitamin E oil

homeremediesvitamin-e-oilAs with aloe vera, you need to use pure vitamin E oil and not a lotion or cream with the oil simply added. Rub some of the oil on the skin tag twice per day, every day. The skin tag should disappear within about ten days.

9. Potato

homeremediesPotatoCut a thin slice of white potato and put it over the skin tag and hold it in place with a bandage. Wear this for a few hours, until the slice feels dry. Repeat this every day until the skin tag disappears, usually within a week.

10. Banana peel

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The potassium and other essential minerals in bananas help to remove skin tags, and you can treat yours by slicing a small part of a banana peel and placing it onto your skin tag at night. Be sure the inside of the peel is facing your skin tag, and keep it in place with a bandage. Wear it overnight and gently wipe the skin tag in the morning. Do this every night until the skin tag is gone, usually within two weeks.

If your skin tag is very stubborn, see a dermatologist. He or she may be able to quickly freeze it off with dry ice, use a topical ointment that dries the skin tag, or remove it with a laser. These are all painless procedures that can be done in one visit, and your skin tag can be gone just that quickly!

Source Via: lovelivehealth.com

 

25 Things You Can Do With Wood Pallets

Pallets are becoming a sensation to many home-owners. They are easy to find and the uses for them are endless. It takes a little creativity, maybe a saw, and you have a beautiful creation using such a simple item.  Check out these awesome ideas!

 

1.  Build a Shed

pallets012.  Create a Coffee Table

pallets023.  Make a Bed

pallets034.  Unique Staircase

pallets045.  Cheap Couches

pallets056.  Unique Ceiling

pallets067.  Display Your Cups In Style

pallets078.  Beautiful Pallet Floors

pallets089.  Create a Herb Garden

pallets0910. Display your Dishes

pallets1011. Perfect for Sunbathing

pallets1112. Relax on a Fun Bench

pallets1213. Display Art

pallets1314. A Fun Chair in the Shade

pallets1415. Perfect for the Front Porch

pallets1516. Create Dimension in any Room

pallets1617. Use In Your Kitchen for a Counter

pallets1718. Creat an Escape in your Backyard

pallets1819. Perfect for Shoes

pallets1920. Create a Focal Point in any Room

pallets2021. Bring it in the Kitchen to Store Pans

pallets2122. Perfect for Mothers Day

pallets2223. A Nice Relaxing Bench

pallets2324. A Perfect Piece of Furniture

pallets2425. An Original Light Fixture

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If It Looks Stupid and it Works, Then it Ain’t Stupid

Just because it looks stupid, doesn’t mean it is.  You can’t knock it if it works!

 

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20 Food Hacks That Will Make You Hungry!

20 Food Hacks That Will Make You Hungry!

Spiral Hotdogs

Peperoni pizza nachos

Cupcake Hack

Easy Ice Cream Sandwich

Use dental floss to cut cake

Cheeseburger with fried egg

Easy bacon cinnamon rolls

Fancy white and regular chocolate bowl

Grilled oozy cheese rolls

Cookie cutter pancakes

Nutella and marshmallow turnovers

Pancake pops

Mini fruit pizzas with sugar cookie dough

Pizza omelet

Retain cake moisture by placing a piece of bread on it.

Easy dunk

Walking tacos

Perfect sandwich

Instant snack bowl

If you weren’t hungry before seeing all these food hacks…you’re bound to hit the kitchen now! I hope you’ll  share these with friends…THANKS! 

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