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Hacks for either the reuse of materials or the preparation of materials to be recycled, such as glass, plastic, and wood.
Hacks related to doors: maintenance and repairs.
Hacks relating to keys: management, storage, retrieval, repair, and identification.
Hacks related to wood: using, transporting, etc.
Hacks related to gardening: the cultivation of plants for purposes such as ornamental quality, food use, or natural habitats for wildlife.
Hacks related to shaving efficiently or comfortably.
Hacks related to your ability to see physical objects.
For hacks related to camping or vacationing (usually outdoors) in a camper, tent, sleeping bag etc.
Hacks related to sinks or basin like structures that receive water from a faucet and are used for cleaning, food preparation, etc.
For hacks relating to music, both vocal and instrumental, as well as recordings.
Hacks related to the starting or controlling of fire.
Hacks related to liquids. Including their use, containment, transport or spillage.
Hacks related to labeling object(s) to make them easily identifiable.
For hacks related to medicines or drugs. Not for medical or health questions, and not for questions regarding selection of medicine for a condition. such questions are not suitable for this site.
Hacks related to making tools work for a longer time.
Hacks related to bicycles: cleaning and maintaining them.
Hacks related to objects and activities in the garage, including cleaning and organization.
Hacks related to the cleaning, storage, or use of jewelry.
Hacks related to shopping; handling goods, saving time, etc.
Hacks relating to moving or using energy sources.
Hacks related to reading: making things easier to read.
Hacks related to taking photos, maintaining cameras, etc.
Hacks related to wires, including repair, management etc.
For hacks related to smoking and smoking paraphenalia.
Hacks related to retrieving an item from an unreachable location.
Hacks which help automating certain activity, so that they can be executed with minimum human intervention
Hacks related to cleaning up, reducing the smell of, or otherwise managing trash, garbage, or rubbish.
Hacks related the storage and use of eggs.
Questions about cleaning, improvising or controlling the effects of a fan. Electric, mechanical and hand-held.
Hacks related to searching for items.
Hacks related to privacy; the personal information of someone, protecting this information, and avoiding unwanted distribution
Hacks related to zip fasteners, including maintenance, repair and cleaning.
Hacks related to the December holiday Christmas: decorating, gift-giving, etc.