DIY – Five Easy Life Hacks DIY by Ownership - 2021-09-100 You can’t always get the luxury of having all things around you. There are times when you need something but you don’t have it with you. What will you? The interesting thing is that there are so many other things around us that have additional usage/usages apart from their normal use. Just make your brain work a little and you will make something useful even from the trash. Here are some easy life hacks that are so amazing if you realize their potential. Got a leaky faucet? How to temporarily stop the noise coming out from the leakage? A leaky faucet is too irritating; it won’t let you sleep. So, how can you make the noise go away? The answer is quite easy. Simply take a thread, tie one end of the thread on the tip of the leaky tap and leave the other end on the faucet. Remember that the thread should go down from under the tap and not over the tap. The leaking water drop will flow down through the thread and there will be no noise. But, remember this is just a temporary solution. Ultimately, you have to get a plumber to fix the leakage. You always end up with squashy dustbin bags It’s quite common that the dustbin bags become squishy because of the food juices. This makes the smell worse. So, how can you prevent that? The answer – put old newspaper at the bottom of the bin. It will absorb the food juices. Your garden is dry because the sprinkler is not working? This is a common case with almost every household. Getting problems with sprinklers? No worries, make your own! All you need is a Pepsi bottle and loads of duct tapes. Put your water pipe inside the bottle and make the bottle air-tight by wrapping around loads of duct tape on the bottle’s neck and the pipe. Open the tap and let the bottle get filled. Just the moment it gets filled make some holes on the bottle using a pointed tool. That’s it you have your homemade sprinkler. Getting bored on a long road trip, what to do? The answer is simple. Put your mobile phone in a zip lock bag, and mount the zip bag on the back of the seat in front of you; you can use some tapes to stick the bag. Make a hole in the bag and watch a movie, song, or whatever you like. How to separate egg yolk from white? Not everyone is a chef and not everyone knows the art of separating yolk from egg white just by hands. Besides, you don’t want to get your hands dirty. But, the truth is anyone can easily separate yolk from egg white. Break the egg on a plate, get an empty Pepsi bottle and squeeze it a little. Turn the bottle upside down, bring it close to the egg yolk and slowly release the bottle. The yolk will automatically get inside the bottle as it get’s sucked in. There you have your egg white and yolk separated.