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Sunday, 21 May 2017

8 Astounding Ways To Use Adhesive Hooks That Are Game Changing

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There's one thing in life that makes me very grateful and that is none other than taking ordinary stuff and making use of them in extraordinary ways. I've seen many diy hacks such as wax paper, foil and so much more that are the true meaning of making things easier.

That's why when I came across a few tutorials of reusing adhesive hooks, I just knew I had to share it with you guys.

Not only does the following hacks can make life more simple, it can also enhance and optimise your home in a practical and cheap manner. Below you will find ways to hide unsightly cords, keep your shower caddies in place, store pot lids and well, you're just going to have to scroll down to find out how awesome adhesive hooks can be!

8 Wittiest Ways To Use Adhesive Hooks In Your Home

1. Hide Your Cords via hi sugarplum

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Cords can get really messy and frustrating especially when you have to repeatedly keep them from tangling. Use adhesive hooks to attach them to your furniture so that they'll never be all over the place again.

2. Hang Baking Utensils On Cabinet Doors via simply darrling

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We recently did a post on baking cabinet organization and there was one exactly like this that shows you how to store your utensils in order to create more space for other pots and pans. This fantastic tutorial shows you exactly how to use adhesive hooks to replicate this in your kitchen.

3. Hang Wall Art via pretty providence

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Who needs to drill holes and knock nails into the wall anymore? Instead use adhesive hooks to display all your pretty picture frames.

4. Fix Slipping Chair Cushions via pepper design blog

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This can be annoying at times when you keep slipping off the chair and it can be even more embarrassing if your guest slips off! The solution for this is to use adhesive hooks and since they are easily removable, you won't have to worry when it comes to cleaning.

5. Use Hooks In Your Under-sink Cabinet via I heart organizing

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There's so many things that you can do for gaining more space in your sink cabinet but I find using adhesive hooks much easier. You can hang your dish towels and paper on the side while also creating a shelf to store other cleaning products.

6. Set Up Wax Paper And Wraps via ask Anna

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Another clever usage for these hooks could be to make your kitchen wraps easily accessible either on your pantry door or some where in your kitchen. You'll never have to go digging for them again.


7. Secure Shower Caddies via the crazy craft lady and goodhousekeeping

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We know how annoying it can be when your shower caddies ends up falling and your expensive shower creams goes to waste. Secure them by using adhesive hooks on your bathroom wall. Clever, right?

8. Hang Pot Lids On Door via Instructables

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Most of our kitchens never ever has enough space for our things, particularly the pot cupboard. Create more space and make your lids easily accessible by using adhesive hooks to hang them on your door.

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