18 Brilliant Ideas to Use Ordinary Things in an Extraordinary Way

13Hanging jewelry

Rather than storing precious jewelry and ornaments in a box, you can use a cheese grater. Although it is used for grating cheese, it can also be used for placing and hanging the jewelry.

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14Removing stains from suede shoes

It can be really frustrating when a drop of gravy or juice falls on your suede shoes leaving a horrible stain. You can simply remove these stains by rubbing it with a nail file. This is a genius idea.

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15Protecting glassware

While renovating our house, there are some glass items which we cannot remove. To protect it from paint, we can cover it with aluminum foil. If we want to even remove any stains, we can rub it with foil.

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16Lego holders

We always have difficulty in finding our keys, due to our habit of misplacing. But we can improve this habit by using a key holder. Rather than buying a key holder, you can use a leg piece as a key holder.

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17 Car spoiler as a picnic table

Whenever you hangout, you would avoid eating food in your car like every car owner. If you have a spoiler, you can use it as a perfect picnic table. This will save you the expense of one.

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18 Wooden pencil as a stylus

Those of us who don’t own a note can use this trick because it would be awesome to have a feeling of a note through your phone. You can use your wooden pencil as a stylus of any touchscreen phone. Pencil lead is made of graphite which is a conductive material. You need small amount of electricity for the sensor of the phone to get activated. Just make a groove close to the tip of the pencil and place your finger there. Then use it as a stylus.

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