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I have a bundle of useless newspapers. How I utilize these newspapers? Can I use it for making something useful?

  • I'm not sure this is what lifehacks.se is about - we're here to provide solutions to problems, rather than to provide problems to solutions looking for a problem.. – Caius Jard Nov 14 '18 at 16:22
  • @CaiusJard Interesting point. This question, and a recent one about repurposing broken glass, both have the same structure: "I'd rather not throw (X) away. Is there something else I can do with it?" I don't know if these are lifehacks or not. – BrettFromLA Nov 14 '18 at 16:25
  • @CaiusJard: I see your point, though arguably, "how do I get rid of X while putting the resources that went into X to a good use rather than just throwing it away" is a problem, as well (a comparably open-ended one, of course). – O. R. Mapper Nov 14 '18 at 16:41
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    My chief issue with questions of this nature is that they're too broad- I could probably think of 100 different things I could do with old newspaper, spend an hour writing up the list, and get an answer of "yes,very nice but none of these are applicable to me because I live in a hot place and don't need a fire, don't have kids so don't need paper mache, don't have gerbils so don't need bedding etc". Trying to find the one thing that a person would say "yes! Perfect, that's what I'll do with old newspaper" is quite a needle in a haystack. How about toss them in your local recycling centre? – Caius Jard Nov 14 '18 at 18:06
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To cleans the mirrors To wrape different things To making models by mixing glue with newspaper's pieces To pack decoration pieces or glass products to avoid breakage.

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If that's applicable in your place, use the newspapers to wrap biodegradable garbage. Saves you the money for buying paper bags dedicated to that purpose.

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