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u/sigharewedoneyet · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

My best friend at work for twelve hours. Audio books, music and radio on your phone. This babe lasts me a good 2.5-3 days without needing a quick charge on a lunch.

3M WorkTunes Connect Hearing Protector with Bluetooth technology

u/specialed101 · 1 pointr/lifehacks

9 months with this one and still love it. Simple design and works great

u/saviorflavor · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Probably overkill but I have one of these to dust my home office. It's like a more powerful can of compressed air that releases no moisture and never runs out.

I've used it to clean off some headphones I was selling on ebay and the duster made them look practically new.

u/diggerB · 10 pointsr/lifehacks

Well yes, but cycle through multiple grit levels, using a stick or paddle up to a raised surface to help maintain a consistent angle.

By the way, you can find honing paddles similar to what he is using on Amazon:

u/its_that_time_again · 3 pointsr/lifehacks

Agreed. Moreover, you can skip the air cans if you get something like this:

I bought that model for my shop 6 years ago and it's still going strong.

u/randomarrival · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

I use this -

They trick here is that the mirror just hangs on a hook so you can pull it off and warm it up by running it under the water or rinse it off easily. Been using it for over a year now and it's great. Mirror stays clean that way too. The mirror fogs because it's a different temp than the surrounding air - this makes the mirror the same temp.

I used to have a one suctioned to the wall of the shower and it was a bit of a pain.

u/crackofdawn · 9 pointsr/lifehacks

Weird, my ears are what I would call average size and I have a pair of 3M dB reducing earmuffs/bluetooth headphones that I bought for like $30 or $35 on amazon and they cover my ears completely and also block out a ridiculous amount of outside sound (even with my glasses on).

Edit: These
Currently $40 but pretty sure I got them on sale for $30 about a year ago.

u/Instant_Bacon · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

One of the best things I've ever bought: Link

Pays for itself after 5 or 6 cans worth of compressed air.

u/qroshan · 15 pointsr/lifehacks

Best $15 I've spent in my life. Opened over 1000 jars over 15+ years and it still works

Works for all bottles and don't have to waste duct tapes

u/petcrazed · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

Evriholder FURemover Broom with Squeegee made from Natural Rubber, Multi-Surface and Pet Hair Removal, Telescoping Handle that Extends from 3 ft to 6 ft

Something like this

u/OstensiblyHuman · 1 pointr/lifehacks

These are basically velcro zip ties. You can wrap your cables with them and end up with a few thick, neatly wrapped cables that you can then route wherever you need to keep them looking neat and out of the way. You can also install hooks or something to hold the wrapped cables up underneath your desk so that they don't dangle.

u/Ukleon · 4 pointsr/lifehacks

Thanks mate. Wondered where to find those. For UK folk: EZE-LAP L PAK Set SF/F/M Color Coded Diamond Hones


u/im_eddie_snowden · 25 pointsr/lifehacks

Yea these always did the job for me. Just be sure to to release them a good distance from your house so they can't find their way back in.

u/2OQuestions · 1 pointr/lifehacks

I used to wrap gifts for a children's charity (all the stuff you donate in the stores, volunteers like me sorted and wrapped for 30 hours).

This item was vital when wrapping many items in a short time. I did learn that it's not advisable to save tape from year to year; then it's just more trouble than it's worth.

u/starryskyplanet · 10 pointsr/lifehacks

There are long handled squeegees that are perfect for getting dog and cat hair off of fabric surfaces and out of carpetFURemover

u/ProbablyNotAGoat · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

I've used this fogless shower mirror for a bit over a year now. You just rinse it under hot water to equalize the temperatures and the fog doesn't accumulate for a few minutes. When it does, just rinse again. It works surprisingly well.

u/LocalAmazonBot · 1 pointr/lifehacks

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u/MOIST_PEOPLE · 4 pointsr/lifehacks

The replies to this are moronic, yes they would help immensely. 3m worktunes but so would some ear plugs

u/fallwalltall · 1 pointr/lifehacks

You might want to check Amazon. $40 for 6 stays and 6 magnets is extremely expensive.

24 magnetic stays - $3. 30 magnets - $7.

Basically, this means that for 75% less you get 400% more from Amazon.

u/opiate46 · 1 pointr/lifehacks

These are for people like you.

u/aquaticsnipes · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Try this instead. It a mug warmer, actually meant for drinks.

u/Workdawg · 0 pointsr/lifehacks

Reusable velcro cable ties for $.10 a piece. Stop using "lifehacks" to tie your cables, you will thank me.

u/Patbach · 1 pointr/lifehacks

This mirror has a countainer behind the glass (plastic glass) in which you pour hot water making the mirror hot like the water and thus, anti fog.

I've shaved in the shower my whole life (I'm 30yrs old) and just recently purshased this thing, and couldn't ask for more.)

u/bullpee · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

What if he used these instead? 3M WorkTunes Connect Hearing Protector with Bluetooth Technology

u/Benze2294 · 10 pointsr/lifehacks

Or spend $5 and get 100 velcro ones that will hold up better...

u/dmikalova · 4 pointsr/lifehacks

We use Velcro cable ties at work and now I use them at home too.

u/brynnflynn · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Better yet, spend $60 and pick up one of these bad boys.

I know it defeats the purpose of the hack, but it ensures you're not wasting tons of aluminum and compressed air.

u/_EW_ · 7 pointsr/lifehacks

Bed Band for the bottom sheet. I never use the top one.

u/space-tech · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Solved your problem

3M WorkTunes Connect Hearing Protector with Bluetooth Technology

u/Savatini · 6 pointsr/lifehacks

Try screwing one of these to the bottom side of the desk right next to the hole.

u/DJApoc · 32 pointsr/lifehacks

This one:

It attaches to your toilet and taps into the same water line. Took me about 10 minutes to install with no plumbing experience.

u/Mathias_Mouse · 5 pointsr/lifehacks

Can't tell what kind of fabric that is, but if the fabric is smooth (like a typical cotton t-shirt), try a Fabric Defuzzer. I used it to remove those annoying white piles (pills?). Used on my gf's bra. While she's wearing it.
Jk about the last part.

u/McFeely_Smackup · 1 pointr/lifehacks

they make anti- nail biting solution to put on your nails that tastes very bitter

My ex wife would bite her nails and complained that she couldnt' quit, so I got her some of this stuff. A few days later she was biting again and I asked if she was using the stuff and she said "no, that stuff tastes terrible".

u/lordnecro · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

That is $35 for a 6 pack. They are actually quite good at blocking the light. They make them in several different weights too, so you can block more or less light.

u/j-mt · 0 pointsr/lifehacks

I travel a lot for work and this is why I always request two room keys and you should too. It's pretty easy to make a crude pair of collar stays out of a hotel key. I wouldn't cut up something valuable to you (like a credit card).

I had to do this a time or two when the plastic stays in my shirts would get warped, but you can buy metal collar stays from Amazon for a few bucks. I bought a set for home and another that stays in my dopp kit.

Snag some scissors from the front desk and it can be done in a few minutes.

But don't be a cheap ass and try to make a bunch of your own. Just buy some metal stays and forget about it.

FWIW: Here's the set I have. The bag is kind of shitty, but I just tossed it.

u/ObeseOstrich · 5 pointsr/lifehacks

This wouldn't work, mice are too smart. You might catch 1 but the rest will know to stay away after that. Have to be careful about putting human scent on the bait too, they'll know somethings up.

I've used this and this to good effect, but you'll have to move the trap after catching 1 or 2.

Really, catching or killing them isn't effective, you're better off removing any incentive for them to be there and then making it inhospitable for them. Peppermint oil worked for me.