8 Ways You Didn’t Know You Could Use Duct Tape!

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Like the saying goes ‘F**k It, Duct It’, Duct tape is the ‘go to’ for many odd jobs around the home, office, vehicle…oh hell…anywhere really.

Duct tape is the bomb when it comes to making temporary fixes. Putting back the pieces of your life one sticky strip at a time.

Check out these 8 ways you probably never thought of using Duct tape before!

 

PORTABLE CUP
Ever wanted to carry around a portable, fold-able cup? I mean, who doesn’t? Great for emergencies or just for keeping around the house for various uses, you can make this tape container in any size your heart desires.

DUCT TAPE ROSES
This unique gift is a fun craft that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day or to adorn an already-wrapped package. Who wouldn’t want to get a bouquet of these adorable roses?

STAY SAFE ON STAIRS
Use glow tape to illuminate stairs! This way, when you run down for a late-night snack, you won’t have to flick on the all the lights OR fall down the stairs…neither of which is good.

DIY LINT ROLLER
Trying to go out but notice your clothes are covered in pet hair or lint? Wrap some duct tape around a clean paint roller and you have a mega-sized lint roller that will span the entire width of your clothes!

SAVE YOUR FLOORS
When it’s time to shift some furniture, couch legs have this nasty tendency to scratch wooden floors. Use duct tape to cover the bottom of your couch legs in a pinch and prevent your floors from getting scuffed up.

MARK YOUR SUITCASE
There is nothing worse than grabbing the wrong suitcase at the airport. Mark yours using a few pieces of bright duct tape and never run around the baggage claim again!

FOLD TEES LIKE A PRO
This hack is AMAZING. No more messy tees in your drawer. Use a cardboard box and five pieces of duct tape to create an amazing tee shirt folding machine.

KEEP DUCT TAPE ORGANIZED
The one thing about duct tape is that it’s hard to rip off without a scissor, so we highly suggest this little trick. Take a piece of parchment paper and put a piece of duct tape across it. Then cut both the parchment and the tape so you have easy-to-pull-off strips of tape at the ready.

There you have it! Now go get your Duct on!

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