You’d think going to the toilet is a pretty basic and simple everyday thing. But everyone can fail miserably at this routine activity every once in a while. If you don’t think you’re one of them, watch this video and see how many of these situations you can relate to.
In any case, I have some hacks you’ll find useful when visiting the restroom. Starting with a DIY plunger: a clogged toilet can be a real pain, but not if you have a soda bottle! An easy way to fight those nasty odors is a hanging air freshener you can make using a glue gun. You can find the step-by-step guide in this video!
Did you know you can use shaving cream to polish the tap and other metallic knobs and items in your bathroom? It leaves them looking like new. I’ll also teach you how to turn a box into a handy vanity organizer and a clothes hanger into a magazine holder. Another clever and budget-friendly solution for your bathroom is a toilet paper dispenser made from an empty soda bottle!
0:08 — DIY plunger with a soda bottle
2:56 — Hanging air freshener
4:29 — Polishing bathroom metal
6:61 — Bathroom organizer
8:06 — Magazine holder for bathroom
9:40 — Toilet paper dispenser
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