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He Put Steel Wool In A Funnel. The Result Was A 60-Year-Old Life Hack That Works!

SEPTEMBER 10, 2017  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

"Life Hacks" are a pretty new concept invented by the internet.

In reality, though, people have always been doing small things to make their lives easier. They've even been sharing them! YouTube channel HouseholdHacker posts all kinds of tips and tricks and demonstrates them. One of their recent videos shows hacks from 60 years ago that still work today, and I've got to say, I had no idea these would be so useful even now.

Can you really use an egg carton to move furniture?

How can steel wool help refill a bottle?

Can an old school can opener remove staples?

Do you need to rip open a sealed envelope, or is there another way?

How can electrical tape help you screw things together more accurately?

Check out all 16 life hacks in this video, which shows that old doesn't always mean outdated.

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These hacks have stuck around because they're still useful. I know I'll be trying some of these out soon. Which one is your fave? Let us know in the comments! And for more awesome hack content, be sure to check out HouseholdHacker on YouTube.

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