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Tips and tricks relating to cleaning. Please do not use this tag alone. Use also another tag to identify what it is you are trying to clean.
Hacks specific to the home, as opposed to a public place or place of work.
Hacks related to creating, repairing, cleaning and drying clothing and similar textiles.
Hacks involving the general use and consumption of food, as well as the storage, preservation and transportation of food.
Hacks related to the care of one's self. Including grooming, first-aid, etc. But we are not medical professionals. Users seeking diagnoses or personalized medical advice should seek professional medi…
Hacks related to using technology -- such as computers, phones, televisions, etc. -- safely and effectively.
A tool exists but you don't have it. Use this tag when searching for a substitute for a tool you don't have.
Hacks related to objects and activities in the kitchen, including cleaning and maintenance. Note that cooking is off-topic.
Hacks related to staying comfortable, reducing pain, and/or improving ergonomics in various situations.
Hacks related to the usage and control of water (Liquid water, solid ice, and gas steam).
Hacks related to the maintaining, [cleaning], and repairing of cars and other consumer vehicles.
Hacks related to reducing the [time], materials, or energy needed to accomplish a task.
Hacks related to warming up or cooling down people, places, or things.
Hacks related to the improvement, utilization, improvisation, etc., of shoes.
Hacks related to smells (should be odors): making them, removing them, covering them, and preventing them.
Hacks related to phones: usage, maintenance, and improvement of smartphones, as well as other mobile phones and landlines.
Hacks related to paper and related tools, such as pens and pencils, as well as other paper related activities such as folding, cutting, and so on. Not to be confused with [stationary].
Hacks related to the usage, storage, and organization of office supplies.
Hacks related to the controlling of pests such as insects and other unwanted creatures.
Hacks related to [furniture] and other objects in the bedroom, as well as activities that normally take place in the bedroom.
Hacks related to doing the laundry: increasing efficiency and ease or tackling other problems.
Hacks related to the [cleaning], preserving, manipulating, and using of glass.
Hacks related to the application, removal, or maintenance of anything containing adhesive, including tape and glue.
Hacks for overcoming the snow, ice, and any other difficulty caused by winter.
Hacks that will require keeping yourself -- or other people and things -- safe. Please use tags like [food-safety] whenever applicable.
Hacks related to traveling, including [time] spent in a [car] or other vehicle. Also includes walking and using a [bike]. NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH [MOVING].
Hacks related to tools, machinery, nuts and bolts, etc. NOT for [technology] hardware.
Hacks related to [cleaning], maintaining, or repairing appliances such as refrigerators and vacuum cleaners.
Hacks related to either improving sound from a speaker or in a room, or preventing an unwanted sound.
For hacks regarding the maintenance of health. (Not requests for medical cures)