These winter hacks will make your cold season go by faster and easier.
Sick of wet feet? Rub a candle over your shoes and then heat with a blow dryer. You now have waterproof shoes.
Yep, just like a pan, you can spray your shovel with your favorite pan spray, and the snow will fall right off.
When you’re done baking, after shutting off your oven, leave your oven door open a bit until all the heat has come out.
Combine cornstarch, baking soda, and vaporub with a few teaspoons of water. Make a paste and push into an ice cube tray. When you need one, place on the soap holder in your shower and the water will create a perfect vapor steam.
Place some rice into an old pair of socks. Tie one end and microwave for 10 seconds. Now just hold onto them until your hands feel warm.
If dry skin is your bane in the winter, try shorter showers in lukewarm temperatures.
You know that Friday night pizza you make every week? When the timer sounds, turn the oven off, then leave the door open. That extra heat will warm up the house.
Flip your ceiling fan’s setting to counterclockwise and put it on a low. This will push warm air to the floor.
Park your car facing east at night if at all possible. The morning’s rising sun will help remove the ice from your car quicker.
Use your glove compartment as a sock storage hub. That way you’ll always have an extra pair.
When your windshield freezes over, use a CD to pick it clean.