The truth is there are ways to make household items last longer. These little tricks will help you save money and trips to the store!
Buy foam hand soap dispensers. Get the regular hand soap refill bottles. Fill the dispenser up ¼ of the way with hand soap. Fill the rest with water. Shake the dispenser and voila, now you have foam hand soap. This will definitely save you some money in the long run and the soap works just as good as liquid hand soap.
Keep fresh cut flowers fresher longer by adding a cap full of vodka to the water!
Keep left over salad or bags of spinach and lettuce fresh by adding a dry paper towel to the leafy greens. This will soak up the moisture that is released from the greens; which also makes the greens spoil.
Have you ever wondered why Starbucks has already separated the bananas for purchase? Probably not, but separating them from the bunch keeps them fresher for days longer.
Keep cheese fresh for longer by these two simple tricks. Do not touch the cheese when cutting it. Wrap the end in plastic wrap. Bacteria from your hands will speed up the process of your cheese molding. Keeping your hands off, when cutting will add at least a week to its life. Smear butter on the end of the cheese. This will provide adequate moisture to keep the cheese from drying out so soon.
Sharpen razor blades by rubbing them on some jeans. This will make the dulling razor last for several more uses. Have no fear the razor will do no damage to your jeans!
Keep batteries in the freezer to help prevent them from losing charge before you actually use them. It saves you money when you buy batteries in bulk. This little trick will add plenty of shelf life to purchased batteries.