When it comes to making small improvements around the house, I tend to assume that the only way I can fix things up is by paying for some fancy new device or complicated service.
Naturally, that means that I tend to skip most upgrades. Like most people, when I start thinking about having anything repaired or updated, I have to consider my budget first.
But I recently discovered that I’ve actually been missing out on a majorly wallet-friendly and low-tech life hack that can help with a variety of tiny household inconveniences.
The same way that a couple of rubber bands can keep you from needing to buy a new cutting board, it turns out that ordinary binder clips are also a cost-effective solution for small repairs and enhancements.
While you might typically rely on them to hold together large sheaves of paper, these clips — which can come in plain black or in a wide array of decorative patterns — are actually extremely versatile.
With just a handful of binder clips, you can do everything from getting your money’s worth on toothpaste to turning your smartphone into a tiny TV. Check out how it’s done in the video below!
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