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Six Shocking Ways to Use Your Freezer

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Six Shocking Ways to Use Your Freezer

Six Shocking Ways to Use Your Freezer

Just about everything can have a second use. Old shampoo bottles can transform into smartphone charging stations, and lemons can have a second act as dessert bowls. But did you find out that the freezer standing in your kitchen can also undergo a metamorphosis? It’s absolutely true. Check out these 6 awesome hacks that prove your freezer is no longer a one-dimensional appliance.

Stretch Too-Tight Shoes

Stretch Too-Tight Shoes

Most of us are guilty of buying shoes that don’t quite fit because we liked the color or they were on sale. Generally, those shoes end up in the closet or in a donation pile, but now you can use your freezer to stretch them out! Instructions: Fill two Zip lock bags with water, leaving an inch of empty space between the waterline and the seal. Fit the first bag into the toe of the shoe and fill the remaining space around the insole with the second bag. Place into the freezer and allow 2-3 days for the bags to freeze, expand and stretch the shoes.

Wash Jeans Without Soap and Water

Wash Jeans Without Soap and Water

The washing machine can be sudden death for the perfectly-fitted jeans that makes your butt look like a movie star’s. “Seriously, why risk it?” asked every freezer everywhere. Skip the conventional washing cycle and put those stanky jeans on ice! Instructions: Place your denim into a plastic bag and allow 1-2 days for the freezer to kill any smelly bacteria.

Chill Sheets on Hot Summer Nights

Chill Sheets on Hot Summer Nights

There may be nothing more challenging than falling asleep on a hot summer day, especially when you are without air conditioning. Suffer weather-related insomnia no more with the coolest hack ever, literally! Instructions: Place sheets and pillowcases in a plastic bag and leave in the freezer for 1-3 hours. Fit the sheets on your mattress right before bed time, and you’ll be counting sheep in minutes.

Preserve Sweaters From Wear and Moths

Preserve Sweaters From Wear and Moths

Everyone likes a comfy sweater, including moths who also love to lay eggs in them. The only thing more annoying than your sweater becoming a daycare center for winged insects, is when your coziest sweater starts to fray and shed. Take care of both matters with this one simple freezer hack. To prevent shedding: Place sweater in a bag or pillowcase and leave in the freezer for at least 2 hours for the fibers to constrict. To kill moth eggs and bacteria: leave in the freezer for at most 3 days.

Preserve Batteries and Emergency Candles

Preserve Batteries and Emergency Candles

Don’t be left out in the cold in an emergency. Unless, of course, you’re a candle or a battery. These two power-outage essentials actually last longer when stored in the freezer. Chilled wax melts slower and helps expand the lives of both disaster-kit candles and everyday candles. Storing batteries in the freezer helps them retain their charge longer. This trick works better with long-lasting NiMH and Nicad batteries, but it also works with household alkaline batteries, especially if you live in a hot, humid temper. Just be sure to keep them tightly sealed and return to room temperature before using.

Easily Remove Gum and Crud From Shoes

Easily Remove Gum and Crud From Shoes

Whether you are arocking discount-store kicks or expensive European heels, stepping in gum is aggravating. Instead of having an inflamed cry, let your freezer take over. Instructions: Press a piece of paper into the gum and then place the shoe into the freezer for 1-2 hours. When you remove the shoe, both the gum and the paper should peel off easily.

 

 

 

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