The Zipper Bed - Genius New Design for a Bed!
This fascinating new idea for a modern bed by Italian Company Florida Furniture , is all about the zipper! The bed is soft, with a padded rounded frame, and a zipper running its perimeter. All you need to do is unzip it to find your sheets and pillows.
No Matter What Zipper Issue You Have Here's What to Do
You've likely had a clothing item in which the zipper has stopped working or came off. In this helpful video guide, you will learn how to deal with every problem a zipper might have.
Don’t Let Broken Zippers Bother You Again. I’ve Found a Fix!
Zippers make life so easy but if they break it’s often the end of your favorite garment. Don’t despair if your slider comes off the zipper. You don’t have to throw your pants out yet. And you don’t have to be an expert sewer either.
Are Your Sofa Cushions Sagging? Here's What to Do
You'll find a hidden zipper in the upholstery of most sofa cushions. All you have to do is remove the cushions, unzip the upholstery and manually fluff the filling. Cushions are sturdy fabric wrapped tightly around loose, movable filling.
12 Great Household Tricks That'll Save You Precious Time
How to fix a problematic zipper Try to rub a pencil on the teeth of the stuck zipper. The lead will grease the teeth and allow the zipper to open and close more easily. How to prevent steam from clouding your mirror?
10 World War I Inventions We Still Use Every Day
Zippers The original patent for the zipper by Gideon Sunbacks (1917) If you ever wondered whom to thank for the invention of the zipper, the man who patented the creation of what he called "a hookless fastener" is Gideon Sunback.
Here are 15 Ways I've Thought Of to Reuse Plastic Bags
So, what can you do to reuse both plastic bags, and plastic zipper bags? These 15 ways may surprise you. In the kitchen: 1. Use a plastic bag to store buns, cookies, and bread to keep them fresh for longer.
Easily Fix Fashion Mishaps With Our DIY Guide!
Have you ever lost a button in the middle of the day, lost an earring clasp, or couldn’t get that zipper to budge? These mishaps are now a thing of the past, thanks to these 11 tips that’ll have you prepared for any fashion disaster you might encounter during your day.
I Bet You've Never Thought of Using Wax Paper Like This!
Fix a stuck zipper If you have a zipper which has jammed in a backpack or a purse, grab a sheet of wax paper and lightly run it over the teeth of the zipper. This will help the zipper glide along its track easily. 10.
20 Tips and Tricks To Keep Shoes and Clothes Looking Great
An ordinary graphite pencil is all you need to get a broken zipper moving again. Simply rub the pencil over the zipper's teeth. 18. Mix detergent and baking soda in a bowl. Smear the solution onto the white soles of trainers using an old toothbrush. A good scrub will help keep them clean.
20 Useful Fixes to Solve the Most Common Issues with Clothes
Other things can happen that are completely beyond our control, such as the damage of material during storage, or zippers getting stuck for no reason. The following tips offer the best solutions for the clothing problems you encounter more often than you'd like. 1.
These Inventors Are Almost Unknown, Yet Changed the World
Whitcomb Judson – Zipper Despite being an almost-unknown quantity, inventor Whitcomb Judson registered some three dozen inventions in his lifetime, including the zipper, which he patented in 1892. He initially intended for zippers to be used to secure shoes to people's feet (instead of laces).
Olive Oil Is Useful All Around the House - Here’s 10 Ideas
Loosen up a stuck zipper Soak a cotton swab in a tiny bit of olive oil and then rub the oil on the teeth of the zipper on both sides. This should loosen up a stuck zipper, and you’ll be able to slowly move it and ultimately pull it down completely.
Quiz: Which Invention Came First?
What was invented first: Velcro or the Zipper? The zipper was invented in 1851, almost 100 years before velcro was invented in 1948. The Zipper Velcro What was invented first: The Toaster or the Blender? The toaster was invented in 1893 while the blender was invented in 1919.
We Bet You Didn't Know ChapStick Had So Many Uses!
Releases Zippers A stuck or stubborn zipper doesn’t mean you need to buy new clothes. All you need to do is slap on a bit of your favorite lip balm and gently pull until the zip opens.
This Artist Transforms Plain Peanuts into Works of Art
Alien peanut The Beatles Mahatma Gandhi Zipper teeth Nosferatu Zombie brains The undead peanuts Michael Jackson Graffiti peanuts [related_articles] Hot dog peanut Freddy Kruger Sushi peanuts Yoda Brain matter nuts Freddie Mercury Self-portrait h/t: boredpanda When Peanuts Become Art art, food, sculpture
A Cheap and Easy Way to Remove a Scratch from Your Car
Sometimes, you might even accidentally scratch it yourself - maybe your zipper scraped against the paint, or you opened your car door into another car. These scenarios may be your fault, but it's still very frustrating nonetheless.
21 Amazingly Unexpected Uses for Your Old Bar of Soap
Stop zippers from jamming To keep the zip from jamming up, just run a bar of soap along the zipper. 19. Make a lubricated pin cushion A soap bar is perfect for keeping your needles in one place, while also handily lubricating them for better usage. 20.
Solve Your Everyday Problems with These Time Saving Tips
Soap the zipper to work better If you've got a pesky zipper that just doesn't want to work, simply use some soap to 'butter it up'. You can also use a bit of hair gel. 5.
Hilarious: Scottish Castaway Meets Sexy Blonde Diver
At this point she starts slowly unzipping the long zipper that runs down the front of her wet suit, looks at the man and asks, "And how long has it been since you've played around?" With tears in his eyes, the man falls to his knees and sobs, "Oh, sweet Jesus!
WD-40 Has So Many Uses I Can Hardly Believe It!
Unstick zippers source 2. Use on wooden tool handles to prevent splinters image courtesy of depositphotos.com 3. Free those stuck glasses source 4. Stuck rings, too, can slip right off your fingers source 5. Untangle fishing lines source 6. Polish and protect golf clubs source 7.
Joke: A Scottish Castaway
22 Inventions That Will Make Your Life Easier
Earphones Zipper Source 9. Potato Chip Extractor Source 10. 360 Power Socket Source 11. Extension Cord Wall Socket Source 12. Solar USB Charger Use the power of the sun to charge your gadgets. Source 13. Thermal USB Charger This charger uses heat or cold from your drinks to power up your gadgets.
Psst! Here Are Some Clothes' Tips Few Know About
Got a zipper that won't stay up? 6. How to store sweaters so they don't get shoulder bumps 7. The most effective way of storing T-shirts 8. Use baby wipes to remove deodorant stains 9.